military geography


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military geography

The specialized field of geography dealing with natural and manmade physical features that may affect the planning and conduct of military operations.
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Under this protocol the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine will have possibility to receive technical assistance from the Turkish party in military geography, as well as form the legal basis for the Turkish-Ukrainian defence cooperation such as sharing cartographic materials, joint projects for development of geological information products, military geography experience sharing and specialists training.
More-than-human, animal geography, military geography, relational ethics
Knowing the military aspects of terrain and weather used to be enough, but as battalions and brigades are deploying around the world as part of the regionally aligned forces, even junior intelligence analysts must think in broader terms of geography, in military geography.
1) The analysis then considers forward-basing options for NATO air force units, including those proposed in recent studies, in light of known threats and the realities of military geography.
deepening of cooperation in concrete spheres: military geography, military meteorology, topography, planning of defence, information
evolve to military geography expertise in order to execute our geographically diverse engineering missions.
Miller Maguire, Outlines of Military Geography (London: C.
Modern Military Geography is a thoroughly readable presentation by subject matter experts on contemporary and historical military subjects from the viewpoint of the geographer.
The text opens with chapters introducing fundamental military and geographic concepts to non-military professionals and non-geographers, respectively, and reviewing the history, scope, and recent developments within military geography in the US, including new thinking on the relationships between environmental security and regional stability and between climate change and potential regional instability in the Arctic.
For example, some of the effects attributed to level of development are better explained by military geography, especially the Entente's ability to blockade Germany and Austria-Hungary while maintaining its own international trade.
This well-written volume, one in the Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers book series, sets out to fill this gap and in the process offers at least a preliminary survey of the multiple facets of military geography.
The artwork was found in a building shared by the Institute of Military Geography and the Santissima Annunziata Monastery.
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