mobilization site

Related to mobilization site: mobilization station

mobilization site

The designated location where a Reserve Component unit or individual mobilizes or moves after mobilization for further processing, training, and employment. This differs from a mobilization station in that it is not necessarily a military installation. See also mobilization; mobilization station; Reserve Components.
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Arkansas' similar rejection of 870 out of the 2,078 that were examined at the Little Rock mobilization site proved that Ohio was not alone in this shortcoming.
They have also taken their campaign online to the social mobilization site Change.org and collected more than 4,900 signatures.
Many RC engineer units--and route clearance units in particular--arrive at the mobilization site with limited training experience in their new form as a modular force.
We had to institute organizational maintenance training for these units, which became an additional requirement imposed on them in the limited time available at the mobilization site.
Conceptualized, developed and implemented by the 99th RRC, convoy-security lane training is now incorporated into the unit-validation process of every Army Reserve unit at its designated mobilization site. The ability to conduct convoy-security operations is a critical aspect of learning how to survive in Iraq, Army officials have said.
If they don't already have these, they'll receive them at the mobilization site before they're sent overseas.
* Ship unit equipment from the mobilization site to the deployment site earlier in the process.
The source said, according to the popular mobilization site, "a security force of Salahuddin police command and rescue patrols found, yesterday evening, the remains of 20 people near the presidential palaces, north of Tikrit," likely belong to the victims of Camp Speicher." The source added that "a security force of forensic evidence and Tikrit police went to the site of the remains to conduct necessary investigations." / end
The source said in a statement to the popular mobilization site: "The terrorist gangs of Daash launched an attack on Hit by two groups, the first consisting of 18 suicide bombers, crossed the Euphrates River and were treated by aircraft and they all were killed." He added: "The second group is made up of 15 suicide bombers, and came through Baker neighborhood, and the island operations forces managed to kill them all and destroyed their vehicles and equipment." It is mentioned that elements of Daash launched, in the late hours of last night, an attack on Hit, and the Joint security forces have been announced today defeating the attack and control over all neighborhoods in Hit ./ End
" He added, according to the popular mobilization site "The popular mobilization forces will not stand idly by but will enter into Fallujah if Iraqi forces needed," expressing his refusal to any "US troops in this battle, so as not to turn Fallujah other Anbar." He pointed to "the presence of 10 thousand residents of Anbar within the popular mobilization forces, noting that" all areas that have been freed have been delivered to the army and people of the region.
According to the popular mobilization site, "The vast majority of the elements of Daash in Fallujah are Arabs and foreigners and a few Iraqis," noting that "most of the elements of Daash of the people of Fallujah walked toward the other cities." Ithawi added that "70% of Daash in Fallujah are Arabs and foreigners from Europe and Africa," pointing out that "the security forces and volunteers tribes killed scores of Daash at the entrance to Fallujah, Arabs and Chechens and other nationalities" ./ end
According to the popular mobilization site, Osaj said "The graves were found in the Mala'b (stadium) area, south of Ramadi, containing the remains of 30 people, most of them military personnel, some of whom were civilians, including two children," noting: "The organization Daash executed them when they dominated Ramadi in mid-2015."

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