black forces

black forces

A term used in reporting of intelligence on Warsaw Pact exercises, to denote those units representing Warsaw Pact forces during such exercises. See also force(s).
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17, 2013) that "in the Malatya massacre case involving the slaughter of three Christians in 2007, witness ylker Ecynar said there were two different units inside the General Staff -- white and black forces -- and that these were being used in the operations against the Christians.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Premier Nouri al-Maliki stressed that "the chasing of terrorist gangs and their backers will continue", pointing that the current conflict in Iraq is "the strife between two wills, the first supported by black forces internally and regionally and the second that wants to build the country".
And the light of freedom shall glow, until people like Shahzad remain amongst us, who have the audacity and courage to unveil black forces.
Fuller agreed to accompany him on a trip to Mozambique, through territory where he experienced fierce guerrilla warfare against rebel black forces.
Du Bois discusses the powers of vision, a "second sight," produced out of double-consciousness by which being black forces and enables one to see behind veils, across color lines, and within a liminal space that divides the earthly and spiritual worlds (5).
But, of course, the build up of black forces in the army and navy was only contingent on the national emergency.
Restricting the use of black forces students to create dark tones by mixing and layering.
But in an industry that has only recently relinquished power to black forces, such maestros as L.