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force multiplier

A capability that, when added to and employed by a combat force, significantly increases the combat potential of that force and thus enhances the probability of successful mission accomplishment.
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As President Obama said, the US will continue investing in NATO because the Alliance has demonstrated time and time again - most recently in Libya - that it is a force multiplier," he added.
Each researcher is brilliant in his or her own right, but together the brilliance increases exponentially; it's a force multiplier," said Ginny Fite of General Dynamics Robotics, one of the collaborators in the Robotics CTA.
This support is a force multiplier that gives the program a tremendous boost in credibility, opens doors of opportunity and provides the catalyst that makes things happen.
As a consequence, MTMC workers could be shifted to other ports--a real force multiplier.
Parker's new Force Multiplier utilizes a secondary cam placed just below the grip to square off the force vs.
He promised the private investors that the Government would make their investments in infrastructure projects as a force multiplier by strengthening policy frameworks wherever necessary.
Dallas County Schools and Force Multiplier Solutions Introduce THE FUTURE OF PUPIL TRANSPORTATION
He said Agni-V is major strategic defence weapon and Agni-VI would be a force multiplier.
He reminded them that for a smaller force, processional competence is a meaningful force multiplier.
Having the ability to track and account for all military inventories during shipment around the world, Fletcher observed, would be a huge force multiplier.
They provide a cost effective force multiplier by enabling our partners to take more effective measures against proliferation, to stem dangerous exports, secure dangerous materials and redirect WMD expertise into peaceful, valuable work.