administrative movement

administrative movement

A movement in which troops and vehicles are arranged to expedite their movement and conserve time and energy when no enemy interference, except by air, is anticipated.
References in periodicals archive ?
Burgos noted that "if (the rebels) use civilian vehicles for administrative movement, usually they hide their weapons and will not wear bandoliers.
Abella said 'a group of more or less 50 armed men identified as members of the NPA disguising as soldiers of Task Force Davao was conducting a checkpoint when the PSG, who at that time was doing normal administrative movement for coordination, noticed something unusual which led to the encounter.
We cannot not move people, so this month we have conducted a great deal of administrative movement by road.
Many commanders believe that use of the term CLP has brought focus within the theater that a convoy is not an administrative movement of supplies but instead a combat operation.
Largely an administrative movement, the realignment places all CNATRA aviation hardware, operating budgets, and cockpit-related training, known as the "seat to feet" phase, under the cognizance of CNAF and the Naval Aviation Enterprise, while the "street to seat" phase remains under the direction of NETC.
The statement has however stressed that the Armed Forces would retain their due right to respond to any attack that targets their positions or undermine their administrative movements in accordance with the observed principle of combat.

Full browser ?