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In the military field, incoming orders turned down early in the year, and remained rather slow until late fall when the upturn in procurement of equipment began to make itself felt in rising orders for components.
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military and field
As always, the ranks worked out new and better tactics, but there was brilliance in the way the field commands adopted these methods and in the way the army commanders incorporated them into their military thinking.
This type of military fiefdom enabled the nomadic Turks to draw on the resources of the sedentary Persians, Turks and other established cultures within the Seljuq realm, and allowed Alp Arslan to field a huge standing army, without depending on tribute from conquest to pay his soldiery.
Alfred's military reorganisation of Wessex consisted of three elements: the building of thirty fortified and garrisoned towns ( burhs ) along the rivers and Roman roads of Wessex ; the creation of a mobile ( horsed ) field force, consisting of his nobles and their warrior retainers, which was divided into two contingents, one of which was always in the field ; and the enhancement of Wessex's seapower through the addition of larger ships to the existing royal fleet.
Where Alfred revealed his genius was in designing the field force and burhs to be parts of a coherent military system.
The area is part of the Nellis Military Operations Area, and the restricted airspace around the field is referred to as ( R-4808N ), known by the military pilots in the area as " The Box " or " the Container ".
This system was used successfully in two military projects: field test systems used to check the electronics of the Air Force General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark fighter plane and systems used to control the countdown and launch of the Army's Pershing missile.
The military also suffered several setbacks in its fight against the guerrillas, when several of its rural bases began to be overrun and a record number of soldiers and officers were taken prisoner by the FARC ( which since 1982 was attempting to implement a more " conventional " style of warfare, seeking to eventually defeat the military in the field ).
Tribunes could also be appointed by the consuls or by military commanders in the field as necessary.
His military career continued when Constantine I made his son field commander during the 332 campaign against the Goths.
Although the German government tried to issue as many of its members as possible with military uniforms of all sort, ranging from field gray to camouflage, these could not be provided to all its members, thus many members of the Volkssturm wore makeshift paramilitary uniforms or uniforms from their civilian jobs ( such as train conductors of the Reichsbahn ).
Kites have been used for military uses in the past for signaling, for delivery of munitions, and for observation, by lifting an observer above the field of battle, and by using kite aerial photography.
Although the modern term " gun " is often used as a synonym for firearm, in specialist or military use it has a restricted sense referring only to an artillery piece with a relatively high muzzle velocity, such as a field gun, a tank gun, or a gun used in the delivery of naval gunfire ; or in sporting use for a shotgun.
Carbines were and are typically used by members of the military in roles that are expected to engage in combat, but where a full-size rifle would be an impediment to the primary duties of that soldier ( vehicle drivers, field commanders and support staff, airbornes, engineers, etc .).
With a superb military machine with good weapons, excellent training, and effective field artillery, backed by an efficient government which could provide necessary funds, Gustavus Adolphus was poised to make himself a major European leader, but he was killed at the battle of Lützen in 1632.
Field Marshal Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis ( 10 December 189116 June 1969 ) was a British military commander and field marshal who served with distinction in both world wars and, afterwards, as Governor General of Canada, the 17th since Canadian Confederation.
" To do this, the IAEA is authorized in Article III. A. 5 of the Statute " to establish and administer safeguards designed to ensure that special fissionable and other materials, services, equipment, facilities, and information made available by the Agency or at its request or under its supervision or control are not used in such a way as to further any military purpose ; and to apply safeguards, at the request of the parties, to any bilateral or multilateral arrangement, or at the request of a State, to any of that State's activities in the field of atomic energy.
Canadian military attaché Herbert Cyril Thacker served in the field with Japanese forces in the Russo – Japanese War ( 1904 – 05 ), for which the Japanese government awarded him the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class and the Japanese War medal for service during that campaign.
Under a protocol of cooperation in the military field, the Government of China will also provide support to the Ministry of Defence of Mozambique with about 1 million euros for the areas of training and logistics.
Its unity and operational efficiency was further weakened by the interference of civilians and politicians in military affairs, and the perception gap between the staff officers and field commanders.
military and incoming
Thirty seconds later, incoming Soviet ICBMs begin to hit military and population targets, including Kansas City.
The scenes of Air Force personnel aboard the Airborne Command Post receiving news of the incoming attack are footage of actual military personnel during a drill and had been aired several years earlier in a 1979 PBS documentary, First Strike.
The road span from Anyer in Western Java to Panarukan in East Java served as a military supply route to defend Java from incoming British invasion.
The pilot apologizes for the faulty collision warning, but an incoming call from Third Echelon commanding officer, Irving Lambert, reveals that North America has just been hit by a cyber warfare attack, targeting mostly military targets.
The true reason, however, appears to have been the new government's discovery that in 1932, O ' Duffy's was one of the voices urging W. T. Cosgrave to resort to a military coup rather than to turn over power to the incoming Fianna Fáil administration.
* in a military aircraft, vehicle or unit by returning a coded reply signal only when the incoming interrogation is identified as part of the friendly forces network ;
However, with the coming of the Popular Liberation Army ( ELN by its Spanish initials ) there ensued a three-way struggle between the national military, the incoming guerrillas and local paramilitaries, with the serious consequence of massive population displacement.
Although President Bill Clinton signed the ICC treaty in the waning hours of his administration, incoming President George W. Bush “ unsigned ” the treaty in 2001, signaling his administration ’ s reluctance to participate in international agreements that could theoretically subject U. S. military and government officials to jurisdiction of the court.
After learning that the FAA had closed down U. S. airspace, Transport Minister David Collenette gave orders that Canadian airports be open only for outgoing police, military, and humanitarian flights, and incoming U. S. bound international flights.
In addition, it is useful for military applications in which stealth is required: long-range propagation of helicopter noise can alert an enemy to an incoming helicopter in time to re-orient defenses.
With the fall of the Balfour Government in 1906, and with the military services determined to control their own futures, Clarke's plans fell through, and with no support from the incoming Prime Minister, he resigned in 1907.
Many several various guerrilla fighter groups and the Hukbalahap Communist resistance at the municipal town in Bongabon was side by side and fought attack to attack from the local military and guerrilla conflicts and arrival and helping aided of all stronghold Filipino soldiers and officers of the ongoing Philippine Commonwealth Army and incoming Philippine Constabulary 2nd Infantry Regiment units and against by the Imperial Japanese troops and Makapili militia groups.
military and orders
The stepped-up defense procurement called for in the 1961 Budget has already begun to make itself felt in an upturn in orders for military electronic equipment and the components that go into it, and it has been suggested that an additional $2 billion increase in total defense spending may be requested for fiscal 1962.
After the Battle of Gettysburg, Lincoln clearly understood that his military decisions would be more effectively carried out by conveying his orders through his War Secretary or his general-in-chief on to his generals, who resented his civilian interference with their own plans.
They were originally buried where they died, but were later moved on the orders of the US military government to the cemeteries of their previous homes.
Also in 2008 the Brazilian company Embraer showcased the Brazilian military transport aircraft, Embraer KC-390, and some countries already have shown interest in the aircraft, with France even placing orders.
Vulović's confession came at trial where he said he received orders signed by Serbia's top military officer to send Malobabic into Austria-Hungary just before the assassination.
it made possible the transmission of written orders across space, empires and enables the waging of distant military campaigns and colonial administration.
As a result, the national militia of Cuba, established by the Constitution and a potential instrument for liberal agitation, was dissolved, a permanent executive military commission under the orders of the governor was created, newspapers were closed, elected provincial representatives were removed and other liberties suppressed.
The rank of commodore derives from the French commandeur, which was one of the highest ranks in orders of knighthood, and in military orders the title of the knight in charge of a commenda ( a local part of the order's territorial possessions ).
The British wanted Berlin but Eisenhower decided it would be a military mistake for him to attack Berlin, and said orders to that effect would have to be explicit.
Some < sup > 238 </ sup > U atoms, however, could absorb another two neutrons ( for a total of 17 ), resulting in < sup > 255 </ sup > Es, as well as in the < sup > 255 </ sup > Fm isotope of another new element, fermium .< ref >< sup > 254 </ sup > Es, < sup > 254 </ sup > Fm and < sup > 253 </ sup > Fm would not be produced because of lack of beta decay in < sup > 254 </ sup > Cf and < sup > 253 </ sup > Es </ ref > The discovery of the new elements and the associated new data on multiple neutron capture were initially kept secret on the orders of the U. S. military until 1955 due to Cold War tensions and competition with Soviet Union in nuclear technologies.
A deadlocked senate put the matter before the popular assembly, where it was decided to accept the Mamertines ' request and Appius Claudius Caudex was appointed commander of a military expedition with orders to cross to Messana.
For the Red Guards, the military hierarchy and implementation of orders functioned effectively only at company and platoon level ; even there, leadership and authority were weak, as most company and platoon commanders were chosen by the vote of the troopers.
On 28 June 2009, in the context of a constitutional crisis, the military, acting on orders of the Supreme Court of Justice, arrested the president, Manuel Zelaya after which they forcibly removed elected President Zelaya from Honduras.
Himmler developed the SS into a powerful group with its own military, and, following Hitler's orders, set up and controlled the Nazi concentration camps.
The train had only one telephone line, inadequate maps, and no signal detachment or radios with which to establish communication and relay military orders.
Stalin introduced controversial military orders, such as Order No. 270, requiring superiors to shoot deserters on the spot while their family members were subject to arrest.
The members are called Jesuits and are also known colloquially as " God's Marines " and as " The Company ", these being references to founder Ignatius of Loyola's military background and members ' willingness to accept orders anywhere in the world and live in extreme conditions.
In February 360, Constantius II ordered more than half of Julian's Gallic troops to his eastern army, the orders by-passing Julian and going directly to the military commanders.
His reign saw the establishment of the first military orders, the Knights Hospitaller and the Knights Templar ; the earliest surviving written laws of the kingdom, compiled at the Council of Nablus in 1120 ; and the first commercial treaty with Venice, the Pactum Warmundi, in 1124.
Charles of Anjou also died in 1285, and the military orders and the commune of Acre accepted Henry II as king ; Odo Poilechen refused to recognize him, but was allowed to hand Acre over to the Templars rather than Henry directly, and the Templars then handed it to the king.
With the arrival of Italian trading firms, the creation of the military orders, and immigration by European knights, artisans, and farmers, the affairs of the Kingdom improved and a feudal society developed, similar to but distinct from the society the crusaders knew in Europe.