combined arms team


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combined arms team

The full integration and application of two or more arms or elements of one Military Service into an operation.
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Standardized procedures and practice help reduce the risk of fratricide and increase the effectiveness of the combined arms team.
As Corps doctrine evolved, raids gave platoons an opportunity to gain experience as combined arms teams uniting riflemen, bombers and Lewis gun teams in an integrated doctrine of fire and movement.
The 3/3 CR understood the foundation of the combined arms team is built during planning--not just execution.
A CBRN search, which is typically conducted with a combined arms team of specialists, may involve the application of specialized tools and techniques and may be conducted in several phases.
Transformation is a new way of doing our business, not simply a "tweaking" of our Cold War organizations, but rather a fundamental examination of what the MI Corps must accomplish as part of the combined arms team.
The Infantry squad will continue to fight as it always has, as part of a larger combined arms team employing fire and maneuver to close with and destroy the enemy.
units in the DATE will require a combined arms team that is prepared to apply lessons learned to counter improvised explosive devices and the conventional complex mine, wire, and earthen berm obstacles employed by adversaries in 1991 and 2003.
The Marines will move along with their programs to enhance precision, mobility and firepower, as they integrate forces into all aspects of the joint combined arms team.
Hawkins bases his thesis on the principle that it is the combined arms team that will be required to win decisive victories in the future.
Thomas Schwartz to the 301st Squadron after the unit demonstrated its full capability to complete the advanced attack helicopter mission as a member of the combined arms team.
High-resolution battlefield scenes captured using this technology will also be transmitted to allied air and ground units via a tactical internet, enhancing the command and control effectiveness and survivability of the combined arms team.
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