exercise sponsor

exercise sponsor

The commander who conceives a particular exercise and orders that it be planned and executed either by the commander's staff or by a subordinate headquarters.
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Topside visited Nigeria in March to support the 2019 Obangame Express exercise sponsored by the US Africa Command.
SALAKNIB is an annual, bilateral exercise sponsored by U.S.
Also, a survival exercise sponsored by the Special Forces Instructors was conducted for a few days to resuscitate the survival skills of the officers.
The American Council on Exercise sponsored an independent study to determine if using short exercise videos in elementary school classrooms would be a cost-effective solution to help introduce more physical activity into schools.
David Ferreira returned recently from a nearly three month temporary assignment to South America, where he provided logistics support for Southern Partnership Station, a multi national bilateral exercise sponsored by the United States Southern Command and 4th Fleet.
From 19 June to 2 July 2015, the 92d Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Battalion participated in Operation Guardian--a Level III emergency deployment readiness exercise sponsored by the U.S.
In spring 2011, Soldiers from the 544th Engineer Company, 52d Engineer Battalion, traveled to Cambodia to participate in Operation Angkor Sentinel 2011, a multinational training exercise sponsored by U.S.
Exercise Bright Star is a biennial, multinational exercise sponsored by the US Central Command.
Originally started in 1971, BALTOPS is an exercise sponsored by Commander, United States European Command, aiming to promote a mutual understanding of maritime interoperability between U.S.
Build a Bike was part of a team building exercise sponsored by the CU in which the 190 staffers from across Oregon gathered in a conference ballroom and were told to assemble bikes in three hours.
They also submitted several SSC Charleston projects into USJFCOM's Multinational Experiment 5 as well as Combined Endeavor 2007, a multinational security and communications exercise sponsored by U.S.