approach march

approach march

Advance of a combat unit when direct contact with the enemy is imminent. Troops are fully or partially deployed. The approach march ends when ground contact with the enemy is made or when the attack position is occupied.
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The battle began with a long approach march to the base of Hill 532 on 7 March, 1951.
As we approach March the games are running out for Gus Poyet's men.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- As we approach March 30, when the upcoming local elections will take place, curiosity among the general public has skyrocketed regarding the possible results of the elections, as the most stable and powerful Turkish government of all time seems to be falling apart, and voters are sharply divided, following corruption allegations.
The basic text tells the story of the approach march and battle in seventy-eight tightly written pages.
As we approach March, several of the area''s trout stillwaters are gearing up for the new season.
As we approach March, the air warms, the sun is a bit stronger,r the daysa are longer and spring is on its way,a according to the weatherman.
At each speed, servicemembers who had unilateral TTAs and soldiers with intact limbs were outfitted in clothing and equipment, including a rucksack, that reflected the components and the weight of an infantry rifleman's approach march load.
This is the message that the "yes" campaign will be desperate to send out time and time again as we approach March 3.
This includes road marching while carrying combat approach march loads and practicing to reduce the fighting load once contact is imminent or underway.
The average approach march load was 96 pounds, or 55 percent of average body weight.
At 9 pm on 11 October 1917 B Company fell in for the approach march which was completed successfully by 3.
The next level, approach march load, adds a light rucksack and should not exceed 72 pounds.