main supply route


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main supply route

The route or routes designated within an operational area upon which the bulk of traffic flows in support of military operations. Also called MSR.
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Pakistanis have blocked the US main supply route to Afghanistan in north-western Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, and protestors have been harassing truck drivers and turning back vehicles carrying Nato provisions, the BBC reports.
5 percent in October as food and bread prices tumbled, data showed, as it mended ties with neighbouring Sudan, its main supply route for food, fuel and consumer goods.
The group is accused of attacking the security forces and pro-government tribal elders in Khyber agency, also the main supply route to Afghanistan.
The Khyber agency is a main supply route for NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Following Tunisia's decision to close its main crossing points after clashes between militiamen and border guards that blocked Tripoli's main supply route, the Libyan authorities said on Sunday they would secure the area near its border with the neighbourly country.
His battalion is responsible for keeping Route 611 open, which is a key main supply route linking Gereshk city with other district centres in Helmand province and beyond, including Kandahar City.
Meanwhile, overflowing of Malwathu Oya from the bund-end towards Mannar compelled the troops to keep off the Main Supply Route (MSR) to Mannar as the water levels were rising as high as some 11 ft.
When the North West Mounted Police built Fort Brisebois (Fort Calgary) in 1875, a section of the Old North Trail became Macleod Trail, the main supply route between Fort Calgary, Fort Macleod and Fort Benton further south in Montana.
In neighbouring Pakistan, the main supply route for NATO and US forces stationed in Afghanistan, three trucks with supplies for foreign forces were torched Saturday evening in Balochistan province, police said.
Khyber is on the main supply route through Pakistan to Afghanistan, where international military forces are fighting the Taliban.
the main supply route for the German army and without it the German campaign would fail.
Afghan National Army and coalition forces soldiers move west across a wadi back to Main Supply Route Vermont in the Tagab District, Kapisa Province, Afghanistan, Jan.