theater of operations


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In cases where only one theater of operations is engaged in combat operations, there will be almost complete congruence between national, theater, and theater of operations objectives.
In accordance with the aspects presented above, an important role is played by the leading structures from the multinational force HQ (Combined Joint 4/CJ4), which coordinates the logistic support at the theater of operations level, using subordinated structures like the Multinational Joint Logistic Centre/ MJLC (in case of a Combined Joint Task Force/CJTF), or the Joint Logistic Support Group/JLSG (for NATO Response Force); the latter can intervene to solve some requests that come from the troops, or to provide the transfer of the logistic support from an area of operations to another.
And to compound the matter, he continued his broadcasts attacking the United States and its support of 'the coming of Zion' until he was arrested in Genoa [Italy] in 1945 and sent to [the Mediterranean Theater of Operations DTC].
When D-Day veteran Samuel Fuller's tribute to his own 1st Infantry Division was initially released in 1980, the epic, which spanned the entire European theater of operations, was severely truncated by its distributor.
B-25 Mitchell Units of the MTO is a must-read for people interested in this aircraft and its role in the Mediterranean theater of operations.
We achieved air superiority throughout the theater of operations, enabling our joint forces to conduct maritime, maneuver, and humanitarian operations without fear of attack from the air.
12), I raise the question of whether the US has the air transport capability to realistically move a Stryker-equipped Interim Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) into a theater of operations, given the demands of wartime.
The contract covers all DoD Military Health System entities whose mission is to provide health care services and support to members of the Armed Forces, their family members and others entitled to DoD health care--from worldwide theater of operations to the continental United States.
In Operation Enduring Freedom, USNS Niagara Falls supported four Carrier Battle Groups and two Amphibious Readiness Groups in the Fifth Fleet Theater of Operations.
It contains current methods and equipment used in planning, designing, and constructing earthwork in the theater of operations.
The result would be fewer patients with a need to be air-evacuated out of the theater of operations and quicker return of the ill and injured to combat units.
This also includes the 135 public affairs personnel stationed overseas in the theater of operations.
By supplying additional core switching capability under this contract, the US Army Signal Corps, working with INX engineering resources, can continue to expand its VoIP rollout in Kuwait and throughout the Theater of Operations.
Carter said to the US troops at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, "We will strongly pressure on Daash from the south, to strengthen our existing and powerful, this course will have additional benefits to help the security of our Jordanians partners and to separate the theater of operations in Syria for the theater of operations in Iraq even more.
The exercise simulates a real theater of operations in naval warfare.
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