remaining forces

remaining forces

The total surviving United States forces at any given stage of combat operations.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Fielding to the remaining forces would spin out from there, he added.
Albayalde said a total of 181,212 personnel have been deployed to assume election duties while the remaining forces were on standby mode to respond to any contingencies.
Last December the US said it had 5,200 troops in Iraq and Abadi has insisted these remaining forces only provide security and logistical support, and are not involved in combat.
Surovikin said the remaining forces will be sufficient to "successfully fulfill the tasks" to stabilize the situation in Syria.
He added "we're drawing down combat forces where it makes sense, but still continuing our efforts to help Syrian and Iraqi partners maintain security." He affirmed "our remaining forces will continue to work by, with, and through partner forces to defeat remaining (IS), prevent a re-emergence of (IS)." Meanwhile, the coalition said in a separate report that in the month of October, over 519 open reports of possible civilian casualties from previous months were carried out and 240 new reports resulting from Coalition strikes (artillery or air) in support of partner force operations to defeat IS were received.
The remaining forces were mobilised the next morning to search for the missing personnel.
Rudskoi also pointed out that Deir ez-Zor was the place where terrorists accumulated their remaining forces, as militants from Iraq's Mosul and most armed units from Raqqa had moved there.
On Thursday, President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the Philippine National Police to 'wipe out' the NPA, the armed force of Communist Party of the Philippines, after the government had defeated remaining forces of the Maute Group in Marawi City.
We appeal to the international community to expedite the transportation of the remaining forces for the worthy return of all stakeholders who are signatories to the agreement," the statement said.
"We left the Syrian army in a condition in which, with the support of our remaining forces, it is able to carry out serious offensive operations," Putin said. When the possibility was raised of capturing Aleppo, Syria's second-biggest city, part-controlled by opposition rebel groups, Putin admitted the situation on the ground was complicated because the forces of moderate rebels were intermingled with extremist group Jabhat al-Nusra.