field exercise


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field exercise

An exercise conducted in the field under simulated war conditions in which troops and armament of one side are actually present, while those of the other side may be imaginary or in outline. See also command post exercise.
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One day, accordingly, when his arm was so well recovered that he could walk easily with it slung in a sash, he stole forth, at a season when the squire was engaged in his field exercises, and visited his fair one.
Woo's fulltime assignment for 1st Army is to observe and evaluate National Guard units during field exercises. In a typical year, he will evaluate five exercises.
After all these, after the field exercise, we went back to FCC, some were even lying but we need to replace them, so there was no new list.
The international field exercise, according to the envisaged scenario, in addition to the participants of the exercise, will also include operational centers from participating countries, by sending requests and offer for assistance, under NATO EADRCC procedure, as is general practice when providing international assistance in real situations.
Another field exercise consisting of urban operations came by which was quite a learning experience.
Over 250 troops of both sides are engaged in this field exercise, which kicked off here on October 22.
"The remnants of those who depend of the Homeland's enemies and receive money and weapon from them started to retreat due to the sacrifices of Syrian citizens, the Army and the Internal Security forces," the Minister said while attending a field exercise for the Security Forces.
She did a three-and-a-half mile march, a raft race, an obstacle course, a log run and a three day field exercise.
The training provided an overview of the eight-step RSA process with a focus on pedestrians and also included a field exercise.
TSA conducts field exercise that simulates an attack The Transportation Security Administration's recent field exercise covered parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Kentucky.
Arguably the most academically challenging phase, "dems" gives young officers training in theory, safety procedures, and calculations, concluding with a live demolitions range exercise and a demolition mission during their final field exercise. This phase gives in-depth background during the theory and calculation lessons, explaining how different explosives work.
The field exercise, which will be the second of its kind, is a civilian-led, military supported demonstration of ARF nations' capabilities in dealing with disaster emergency situation.