delaying operation

delaying operation

An operation in which a force under pressure trades space for time by slowing down the enemy's momentum and inflicting maximum damage on the enemy without, in principle, becoming decisively engaged.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The multinational alliance is conducting a delaying operation with two brigades abreast while the division reserve, a mechanized infantry brigade, is preparing for a counterattack.
The source said that delaying operation theatre list has created extra burden for patients.
Some migrants had demanded that all the camp's inhabitants be evacuated to a third safe country, delaying operations, UNHCR said in a statement posted on Twitter.
It also played a key role in keeping to schedule despite heavy snowfall earlier in the year delaying operations.
DELAYING operations for smokers and the obese IS a cost cutting strategy, a patients' group has said.
The people at the aircraft and airport were criticizing different organs of the state for delaying operations against the terrorists who could dare to attack even the airport.
His comments follow a Wales Audit Office report, published earlier this week, which said health boards had taken unsustainable measures, such as delaying operations, at the end of the financial year to make sure they met their duty to balance their books.
His comments follow a Wales Audit Office report, published last week, that said health boards had taken unsustainable measures, such as delaying operations, at the end of the financial year to make sure they met their duty to balance their books.
As a result she fears patients like her are still falling victim to a policy of delaying operations to save the NHS money.
Health watchdog, the CCP, claims that some trusts are deliberately delaying operations to save cash - knowing patients will either "die waiting or pay for their own treatment".
Honda Motor Company Limited (Honda) (NYSE: HMC) (TYO: 7267), a Japan-based automaker, is delaying operations at an upcoming plant in Yorii, Saitama.
Peled added that delaying operations such as he suggests, as well as ground= operations in Gaza, would only increase the threat to the Israeli home fro= nt.