convoy route

convoy route

The specific route assigned to each convoy by the appropriate routing authority.
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Miro said a 'modified stop-and-go scheme' along the convoy route would be implemented in preparation for the 31st Asean summit in November.
The sea routes from Reykjavik to Murmansk and Arkhangelsk are 1,500 and 1,900 nm in length, respectively; however, the length of the convoy route to Murmansk was some two thousand nautical miles because of the need to keep as far as possible from the Luftwaffe's aircraft.
The lawyer alleged this had actually been a failed attempt to assassinate Hariri, whose convoy route included the site.
3km convoy was a result of teamwork by representatives from the four companies, who together organised the decoration of 43 Allied cargo trucks with UAE flags, planned the convoy route and driving logistics, and brought this initiative to life.
Ice-bound conditions on the deck of a British cruiser during escort duty on the northern convoy route to Russia during World War II <B
The Arctic convoy route was called the "most dangerous journey in the world," with ships sailing from the UK to the northern Soviet ports of Arkhangelsk and Murmansk.
The only way to ensure safety of a convoy is positioning units at critical points along the convoy route.
Second World War Prime Minister Winston Churchill described the Arctic convoy route we followed as "the worst journey on earth".
Twenty-four hours before execution of the convoy, the CONOP was forwarded to the battledesks of all battlespace owners along the convoy route.
the Sniper pod is heavily used as a non-traditional intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance asset for convoy route reconnaissance and battlefield situational awareness.
Initially vehicle-mounted wide-band jammers were developed with the aim of blocking any possible signal that could activate explosives hidden along a convoy route.