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land force

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landforce

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(Military) (often plural) an armed force serving on land
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The documents, marked "restricted", said it would cost pounds 243million to "restore Britain's Landforce's capability" to what it was four years ago.
As an example of a military connector that is able to withstand extreme temperature fluctuations from -55[degrees]C to 140[degrees]C in standard configuration, Fischer Connectors' LandForce Series can achieve even more with special fluoro silicone O-rings.
Lane County Human Resource Association - Program: The Career Development Dilemmas of Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgendered Workers, facilitated by Debora Landforce, Counselor and Trainer.
Some of the key principles were explained in a newspaper interview given by (then) Landforce Commander, (then) Brigadier Jerry Mataparae, a few days after the incident:
(51) Allied Landforce Schools as at 24 Feb 44, Appendix "L", Sheet 3.
John Landforce, CSN Oregon general manager, shares Vito's view.
The company's new Landforce series of circular connectors were designed within the stringent miniaturisation, ultra lightweight and rugged demands of soldier-worn and vehicle-based equipment.
"Our landforce operational stocks have, therefore been destroyed some four years earlier than we were pledged to do."
General address of the contracting authority: landforce.mod.bg
(42.) First Army, to Landforces, 7 August 1945, in NAA Melbourne, series MP742/1, item 247/1/1152: Conditions of Service: Natives of Papua and New Guinea Enlisted in or Employed by the Forces.
Primarily operating in the landforces sector of the military communications arena, the Canadian firm provides advanced radio products that serve as the backbone of modern tactical line-of-sight radio networks.