tactical maneuver

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Consisting of primarily two MI battalions, today's BfSB serves as a force provider for tactical maneuver Commanders--a role drastically different than the role force designers proscribe for the mature BfSB of the future.
Spike strips failed to stop the car, so a state trooper used the tactical maneuver and forced the car off the road near Lakeview.
It was a brilliant tactical maneuver that resulted in a defeat at least as decisive as the Republicans' successful effort to kill Clinton's health-care plan.
"It is no more than a tactical maneuver and our shareholders should have nothing to do with it." BAA owns and operates seven airports in the UK and has management contracts or stakes in other airports outside the country.
To corporate tycoons like Philip Condit, the former Boeing CEO who pushed Congress for the necessary trade agreements to sell taxpayer-subsidized goods abroad, free trade ideology is not a set of principles to hold in the heart, but a tactical maneuver to be deployed--or withdrawn--as the circumstances require for the particular ends sought.
The tactical maneuver listed the sale of oil-drilling leases in the Alaskan refuge as a source of $2 billion in revenue for the fiscal year 2004 budget.
"But having the authority is a very standard tactical maneuver in union negotiations."
Sarah Josepha Hale promoted Thanksgiving as a festival "observed by all our people as an exponent of our republican (form of government)." Did Lincoln's proclamation affirm Hale's message, or was it just a tactical maneuver to rejuvenate support for the Union during the Civil War?
Each year before winter arrives, the PKK declares a ceasefire and moves into rural areas in eastern Turkey in a tactical maneuver.
The government portrayed this as a tactical maneuver to avoid a showdown with teachers where the only casualties would have been university applicants left in the lurch.
When an Academy member throws a cocktail party, for example, he will be asked to weigh whether that party is truly a social occasion or a "tactical maneuver."
Interdependent maneuver thus is built upon the definition of tactical maneuver developed by military theorists in the 1980s and 1990s.
Defense analysts told JED that the move appears to be a tactical maneuver against Bell's $3-billion proposal of AH-1Z King Cobras, deemed to be too high at over $50 million per helo.
Army's Shadow 200 TUAV will serve as the tactical maneuver commander's primary organic reconnaissance, surveillance, battle damage assessment (BDA), and target acquisition platform.
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