perimeter defense


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perimeter defense

A defense without an exposed flank, consisting of forces deployed along the perimeter of the defended area.
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Alex Cabagnot hit three triples in the first quarter and San Miguel dropped a total of 18 on the hapless NLEX perimeter defense.
The company is a provider of thermal imaging systems for applications such as border management, perimeter defense and security of sensitive sites.
In Fallujah, Iraq, six Marines monitoring the existing perimeter defense detection systems on a 24/7 basis were reduced to one Marine around the clock; a total reduction in required labor of 24:4 for a net savings of 20 personnel per year [at $30,000 each, a $600,000 annual savings in labor alone]; moreover, security and reliability improved substantially; significant pending applications (some existing contracts, some outstanding proposals) include refineries in Saudi Arabia, National Guard facilities in Indiana, projects in the sub-continent of Asia, pending Olympics, Computer Sciences Corporation, and DRS (subcontract for the Jordanian government).
Army firebase in Afghanistan's Kunar Province, soldiers rushed out to their perimeter defense positions when the Taliban took them under fire, perhaps in preparation for an attack.
They spent the week signing Stevenson -- who, like Jeffries, is known for his perimeter defense -- to a contract that will pay him the NBA minimum of $932,000 for the upcoming season.
The security design in most of our networks comes from the same mindset, where perimeter defense is deemed essential in order to protect the network from being attacked.
REDCAR uses unmanned robotic platforms to provide perimeter defense of Air Force bases and forward-deployed units.
Generally, the magazine will cover such topics as identity theft, cyber-terrorism, network forensics, perimeter defense, secure web services and encryption.
The IronPort C-Series appliances provide the ideal perimeter defense against email virus attacks or malicious spam attacks with a unique layered approach to security.
This is part of the perimeter defense that has ways been popular here in a dense urban environment.
Born in 773, son of the great T'ang military hero Li Sheng; served as a soldier and administrator on the northwest frontier; requested and received command of the T'ang Western Army, then engaged in a stalemated campaign against rebellious Huai-hsi province (late 816); organized an army of 20,000 men, plus 2,000 Turkish cavalry, and advanced slowly into Huai-hsi; having driven the rebels into a perimeter defense around Ts'ai-chou, the rebel capital, he infiltrated 3,000 troops some forty-three miles behind rebel lines and executed a brilliantly successful surprise attack on the city; the rebellion collapsed and Li Su was rewarded with the governorship of Wei-po province; died in office (821).
The 135 personnel (11 officers and 124 enlisted personnel) provided administrative and security operations through clerical services, transport services, VIP security and perimeter defense.