combat power

combat power

The total means of destructive and/or disruptive force which a military unit/formation can apply against the opponent at a given time.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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In addition, efforts are already underway to install additional 10,000 low-cost meters in Baldia in continuation of efforts to combat power theft and regularise illegal connections.
According to the report, Kim said the completion of the development of the weapon system serves as a significant event in increasing the combat power of the People's Army.
Imagine if you could anticipate sustainment shortfalls and combat system failures before they happen and intervene immediately to replenish or prevent the loss of combat power. That's what the sustainment community is striving for.
Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 419th Fighter Wing and their active-duty counterparts from the 388th FW at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, conducted a combat power exercise recently and launched 35 F-35A Lightning IIs within about 11 minutes.
"The service of Type 054APs will double the combat power of the Pakistani Navy's surface fleet," the news report quoted the Chinese source inside the country's shipbuilding sector, as saying and telling China Daily that the combat vessel is the largest and most powerful that China has ever exported and is the best frigate that Islamabad can access.
'The service of Type 054APs will double the combat power of Pakistan Navy's surface fleet,' he said.
In relevant remarks in May, General Qorbani underlined the country's high defense and combat power, saying that the Airborne unit had modernized its helicopters.
He highlighted that in order to enhance spiritual combat power of the men, for the first time, 32 religious and motivation officers (RMOs) had been commissioned as part of the SSC course, according to an official statement.
As much now as ever," Levy said, addressing Hill.<br />Miller was presented with the Legion of Merit award and took the lectern, discussing the importance of the Logistics Complex and the people who work in it.<br />"The team that puts the combat power tools in the hand of the staff sergeants and the captains are all the people who work in this building.
Forces Korea, which has around 28,500 service members, he was quoted as telling Song that the Pentagon will maintain the current level of "combat power."
We also provide security operations and, if necessary, as part of the command structure, we do have combat power. So we could conduct sustained combat operations if necessary,' he said.

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