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force multiplier

A capability that, when added to and employed by a combat force, significantly increases the combat potential of that force and thus enhances the probability of successful mission accomplishment.
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'This move of tapping the BFP as force multiplier by allowing its uniformed personnel to bear firearms would also further bolster the government's campaign against criminality and effectively capacitate the BFP in responding to national emergency,' PNP spokesperson, Brig.
For the PNP, tapping the BFP as force multiplier by allowing its uniformed personnel to bear firearms would also further bolster the government's campaign against criminality and effectively capacitate the BFP in responding to national emergency.
'This move of tapping the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) as force multiplier by allowing its uniformed personnel to bear firearms would also further bolster the government's campaign against criminality and effectively capacitate the BFP in responding to national emergency,' Banac added.
The 11-tonne member of the Super Puma family is relied upon as a force multiplier by France, Brazil, Mexico, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand.
BrahMos missile "is a major force multiplier" on the battlefield with "impeccable multi-role and multi-platform launch capabilities furthering the confidence of the forces." (ANI)
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UAS technology will be a 'maritime force multiplier', namely a concept of enhancing the Navy's capabilities to strengthen the country's maritime defence, especially in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
Not only as a Chaplain but as just a fellow service member I had the responsibility to be a force multiplier and not add to the misery.
In short, sports can be his force multiplier ',he added.
Ete-Ibas explained that the project was designed to serve as a model medical force multiplier facility for the Nigerian Navy and other military and paramilitary services in the southern part of the country.
Together, the FLIR and DroneSense offerings will enhance situational awareness, act as a force multiplier, and ultimately save more lives as organizations continue to integrate UAS into daily missions.
The missile, stated ISPR, was equipped with state-of-the-art navigational technologies of terrain contour matching and digital scene matching and area co-relation which enabled it to engage various types of targets with pinpoint accuracy even in the absence of GPS navigation, making it an important force multiplier for Pakistan's strategic deterrence.