blue forces


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blue forces

Those forces used in a friendly role during NATO exercises. See also force(s).
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While they relish the role as the adversary of Red Flag, the aggressors consider themselves a training aid for the blue forces pilots, especially since, like Anderson, they once flew on the blue side during Red Flag themselves.
Pilots with the 64th Aggressor Squadron use their knowledge of potential adversaries to play "King Kong on the block" for blue force pilots during the Red Flag exercise at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.
The CFACC and the majority of the blue forces communicated using CENTRIXS 4-EYES.
Because the enclaves were not connected, unless a user was using SIPRNET, not all blue forces were able to participate in a particular chat session.
You can't mark all civilians with IFF or Blue Force Tracking systems.
An officer of the 2nd Brigade 3rd ID told him his troops did not want to use blue force tracking systems.
The service recently issued a solicitation to industry for ideas on how to address the processing of classified blue force tracking messages over commercial mobile satellite communications networks.
TRADOC also provided three personnel from Booz, Allen and Hamilton to act as Blue Force commanders.
To assist the facilitators in running the MAPEX, a battle rhythm was established, First, the Blue Force commanders presented an operational maneuver brief.
The FBCB2 software, installed on almost every vehicle, tipped the balance in favor of the Blue Force at the onset of the war.
In the first battle, Haddar's battalion had to block the enemy from attacking the flank of the brigade, and then push the Op For to the middle of the brigade, where the Blue Force could defeat them.
The scenario devised for Unified Quest, set in 2015, has the United States (the Blue force) engaged in a major conflict in Southwest Asia against a fictitious country called Nair (the Red Nair force).