mobile defense


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mobile defense

Defense of an area or position in which maneuver is used with organization of fire and utilization of terrain to seize the initiative from the enemy.
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Kaymera is a mobile defense system that protects against all mobile threats to devices, communications and users.
Further searches And the definition of "striking force" on page 1-34 to be "striking force--A dedicated counterattack force in a mobile defense constituted with the bulk of available combat power.
In support of the 2008 White Paper and to better meet the support needs related to the restructuring of the defense over the period 2009-2014, the agency defense conversion, called Mobile Defense was created on 10 June 2009.
Iron Dome is a mobile defense system designed to intercept rockets with ranges of up to 70 kilometers and is one of a planned three-tier anti-missile defense system employed by Israel.
Issues included stationary defense (bases with ground forces) or mobile defense (fleets and aircraft).
OSD, the Joint Staff, and the military services have undertaken efforts to reduce mobility energy demand in weapons platforms and other mobile defense systems.
It claimed the solution will incorporate the hand-held advanced device and data protection security capabilities offered separately through the Good Mobile Defense product.
Defensively, Evan Gogonis of Northboro and Joey Dillon of Shrewsbury anchor a deep and mobile defense.
7) Carlos Munoz, "AFNORTH Will Rely More on Ground Based Mobile Defense Systems, Inside the Air Force, July 7, 2006, vol 7, no.
Recipient of the prestigious Frost & Sullivan 2004 Innovative Mobile Office Solution of the Year Award, the SureWave Mobility Suite includes SureWave Mobile Office, SureWave Mobile Defense and SureWave Mobile Platform.
Although the author makes the case that Walker used a mobile defense to hold the perimeter and its vital port, in many respects Walker used a combination of mobile and area defense, holding space and buying time until US-led forces were ready.
Mobile defense, often presented as the logical alternative, was still in its doctrinal infancy.
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