interservice

interservice

(ˌɪntəˈsɜːvɪs)
adj
(Military) involving or taking place between different branches of the military
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In a massive operation there's more room to accommodate interservice rivalries: Just about everybody-from special operations to the Marines to two of the Air Force's Stealth fighters (both of which missed their targets)-got a crack at Noriega's troops; and during the air raid on Libya in 1986, the Air Force and the Navy divided the Gulf of Sidra in half, so that each got the chance to strut its stuff.
The European Commission's interservice Restructuring Taskforce, chaired by the Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Directorate General, which met on 24 November, meanwhile, emphasised the need to comply with European rules and in particular directives concerning European works councils, collective redundancies and information and consultation of employees.
Yet most of today's helicopter Army would not exist at all were it not for interservice rivalries.
One of the most chilling cases of interservice noncooperation occurred in 1953, when the Air Force virtually abandoned a Marine division at the Chosin Reservoir.
Interservice rivalries, conflicting civilian and military purposes, and ugly little human jealousies make a mockery of sincere efforts to get things done.
According to a statement by InterService Public Relations (ISPR), hideouts of militants were bombed in Datta Khel area of the North Waziristan Agency as part of ongoing military operation ZarbeAzb.
According to an InterService Public Relations (ISPR) press release, the terrorists whose capital punishments have been confirmed were involved in attacks on the armed forces, law enforcement agencies, civilians and other heinous crimes.
In 2015, Bank Trust loaned Interservice money to acquire its stake in BaltLease, pledging the stake to Bank Trust.
A British campaign that included poor planning, muddled decision-making, failed coalition operations, and a lack of any operational concept or interservice cooperation plagued the allies from the start.
Highlighted are personalities, institutions, interservice rivalries, geographical challenges, and an unusual amount of supplementary information that will broaden the picture of the various conflicts.
Synopsis: "The Battle for Britain: Interservice Rivalry between the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy, 1909-1940" is a provocative reinterpretation of both British air and naval power from 1909 to 1940.
Taj Muhammad was commander of 2nd Group which attacked APS on 16 Dec, the InterService Public Relations (ISPR) statement said.

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