obstacle zone

obstacle zone

A division-level command and control measure, normally done graphically, to designate specific land areas where lower echelons are allowed to employ tactical obstacles. See also obstacle.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Then at every 1k, competitors faced an obstacle zone, ranging from fun and inventive to tricky and tough.
Similarly, task-force-level engineer effort is normally contained within one obstacle zone and sometimes within one obstacle belt.
It includes both an adult and kid obstacle zones, a 100-meter elevated indoor racetrack, functional and obstacle training classes, five-star level changing rooms and a health food lounge.
The event, now in its fourth year, is a 7km obstacle course race which has seven different obstacle zones, each designed and built by a different event company - hence the name.