aggressor forces

aggressor forces

1. Forces engaged in aggressive military action.
2. In the context of training exercises, the "enemy" created to add realism in training maneuvers and exercises.
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He added that the aggressor forces also imposed a tight blockade on the Yemeni people in order to undermine the nation's resistance and pave the way for victory of Saleh's forces.
imperialist aggressor forces in Japan," KCNA said.
When trouble started, escalating to full blown out war, my father was captured by aggressor forces and was put in a concentration camp.
He said in a statement to the website of the popular mobilization forces, "The parliament's rejection to the Turkish presence is important from a legal and legislative terms, meaning if the Turkish presence continued on Iraqi soil or its troops violated to participate in the liberation of Mosul operations, the Iraqi law considers it an aggressor forces, and it will give the popular mobilization and security forces legality to confront them.
The aggressor forces have advanced and looted the village of Kareem Allaha and then targeted the city of Um Ruaba and destroyed the telecommunications tower, the power station and looted the property of citizens and the fuel stations of the city" the spokesman added.
Our troops fought for three hours during which the aggressor forces lost a large numbers of dead and our troops repulsed the attack three consecutive times, but the large numbers of attacking forces and the lack of ammunition led to the withdrawal of our forces back" Col.
Moore wears a second Presidential Unit Commendation ribbon that connotes the award to Princeton for "exceptional meritorious service during operations against aggressor forces in Korea.
imperialist aggressor forces, the main hurdle lying in building a peacekeeping mechanism on the peninsula, to begin with, and express the will to unconditionally respond to the DPRK's just stand to replace the present armistice system by a peacekeeping mechanism,'' the commission said.
Marine Corps veteran of the Korean conflict and participated in action against aggressor forces along the Naktong Kang River line and the assault and seizure of Inchon, Korea.
In a statement the Korean People's Army described the exercises as "unprecedented in the number of the aggressor forces involved and in their duration".
Those demands were "an immediate cessation of the aggression and the withdrawal of aggressor forces and the opening of border crossings and ensure the delivery of aid.
His citation reads: "For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving as a machine gunner of Company L, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division, in action against enemy aggressor forces in Korea on .