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Larry uses his military experience to optimize tactical weapons and equipment, promote worthwhile causes, and train military, LE, and civilians in the art of armed combat.
The court found that wives of jihadists are not necessarily taking part in armed combat.
Two Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) F/A-18F Super Hornet aircraft have completed their first armed combat mission over Iraq, assisting coalition operations against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Whether the helicopters would be suitable for armed combat is unclear, but if they were, they would supplement the current fleet, which heavily relies on 29 U.
LAHORE -- In an armed combat with alleged al-Qaeda militants in LahoreA-IA1/2s neighborhood, Raiwind, the security forces retained the occupied compound after killing one of the two terrorists and capturing the other after 10 hours long shootout.
The PKK also stated that it has an age limit for joining armed combat, but did not specify what age has been set as the limit.
The thing about New Zealand soldiers is that they do not expect to see armed combat," she said.
A different kind of commitment has been when the UAE has committed its people to armed combat, such as when the UAE sent its armed forces along with all other GCC members to take part in the liberation of Kuwait in 1991, and later to be part of the ISAF-Nato forces in Afghanistan after 2001 after the toppling the Taliban regime.
Security sources told Aswat Masriya that the underground hospital was used for healing injured militants who are engaging in armed combat with security forces in the northern area of the Sinai Peninsula.
The leaves were thought to make the soldiers feel in the mood for lusty lovemaking not armed combat.
military is lifting the ban that bars women from serving in armed combat.
Many Welsh Americans took part in armed combat and came away with military medals for their efforts.
Robson Rodrigues da Silva, former commanding officer of the Pacifying Policy Unit in Rio de Janeiro, discusses how a non-violent strategy of social engagement became a more effective and less destructive alternative to armed combat in regaining territory from organized criminals in Rio's favelas; and American historian, Rachel St.
The South Asia Director of the New York-based Human Rights Watch, Meenakshi Ganguly, said: "We believe that children should not be used in armed combat at all and all armed groups should stop doing it immediately.