operating forces

operating forces

Those forces whose primary missions are to participate in combat and the integral supporting elements thereof. See also combat forces; combat service support element; combat support elements.
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Also, recruitment booths for individuals interested in becoming a member of the regular and reserve forces were put in place, aside from information campaign materials for the Reserve Officers Training Corps, static displays of Special Operating Forces, new PA equipment and demonstrations on combat fitness test.
A military source told SANA that "Our operating forces in Hama northern countryside continue to carry out their combat missions with high efficiency against Jabhat al-Nusra and other armed terrorist organizations positioned in this area."
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS COMMAND (MAR-CORLOGCOM)--This Command provides worldwide integrated logistics/supply chain and distribution management; depot level maintenance management; and strategic prepositioning capability in support of Marine operating forces and other supported units to maximize readiness and sustainability in support of enterprise and program level Total Life Cycle Management.
Operating forces recovered from the suspect's possession cash amounting to P123,868, sample ballots and other campaign paraphernalia.
Under the terms of the MAGTF Training Systems Support (MTSS) contract, AMERICAN SYSTEMS will vie for task orders to train USMC operating forces on command, control, computer, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) missions.
The capability is slated to be fielded by operating forces before 2021.
The Naval Forces Central is one of the Philippine Navy's operating forces covering the Regions VI, VII and VIII of the Visayas Region.
This year 45 nations are participating through Ships, Aircraft, Special Operating Forces, Observers and Speakers.
The award recognizes individuals and teams who have enhanced combat capability of operating forces; advanced technology, products, services and/or processes; resolved major logistics issues; developed innovative logistics that merit adoption for standard use; and had a positive effect on Joint operations.
Lastly, Eric Shwedo's "Expansibility and Army Special Operations" examines how the Army might increase its special operating forces without sacrificing quality.
It may be possible to neutralize the military threat posed through capture or other nonlethal means or options without additional risk to the operating forces or the surrounding civilian population.
In the paragraphs that follow, I'd like to address several initiatives that are helping us to be of more value to the operating forces.

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