DMZ


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DMZ

abbr.
demilitarized zone

DMZ

abbreviation for
(Military) demilitarized zone

DMZ

demilitarized zone.
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Noun1.DMZ - a zone from which military forces or operations or installations are prohibited; "tensions exist on both sides of the demilitarized zone separating North Korea and South Korea"
zone - an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic
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As newspaper headlines blared division, operations at the Kaesong complex continued nearly unfettered, along with the steady flow of traffic that transits the DMZ each day to support it.
It would be the first time the United States' top diplomat and defense chief visit the DMZ together.
The crew also filmed the annual migration of fish in the Han River, which begin a journey in South Korea, pass through the DMZ and spawn in North Korea "because they know no borders."
He hadn't left his urban Seoul office for the duration of his military service, and it was his first trip to the DMZ. At the camp near Daeam Mountain, we met Second Lieutenant Kwon So-young, the 21st infantry division's public affairs officer.
I also have trouble believing that Matthew would survive: the DMZ is portrayed as an interesting series of neighborhoods, but it's still a war-zone.
Featuring three 10/100 Ethernet ports and browser-based management, the Model 2823 DMZ Secure Router makes it easy -- and inexpensive -- for organizations to isolate their web servers in a secure demilitarized zone (DMZ).
DFL-800: suitable for SME branch offices with up to 150 users, featuring dual WAN ports, I dedicated DMZ port, 7 LAN ports and 300 IPSec VPN tunnels.
Korea's DMZ is the sacred resting place of soldiers and other war victims.
Between 1966 and 1969, 44 GIs were KIA in the DMZ. All told, 90 U.S.
Currently, three million tourists per year, mostly Korean, flock to the DMZ, to witness the relic of cold war confrontation, not to mention copious amounts of barbed wire.
DMZ acquired the project for $652,000 in January 1999 from Robert and LuAnne Vogel, Robert Vogel Jr., Joe Vogel, Ronald and Nancy Hughes and David and Kaye Jones.