Definition Of demobilizing
take (troops) out of active service, typically at the end of a war.
he was demobilized in February 1946
Example Of demobilizing
About half the new recruits are drawn from such factional forces, which are supposed to be demobilising .
After World War II, the U.S. demobilized as quickly as it could.
As the western allies quickly demobilised after the war, the opposite was the case with the Soviets.
At war's end, most nonregular units were returned to their home state and demobilized .
Breaking up large elements of the army also raises the possibility that demobilized soldiers could affiliate with ethnic or tribal militias.