sallyport


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sallyport

(ˈsælɪˌpɔːt)
n
(Fortifications) an opening in a fortified place from which troops may make a sally
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Front-de-B uf, in the meanwhile, led the way to a postern, where, passing the moat on a single plank, they reached a small barbican, or exterior defence, which communicated with the open field by a well-fortified sallyport.
He stooped to the fire, picked up a blazing branch, and slipped in an instant through a sallyport which he had made in our gateway.
Summary: Balad [Iraq], Jun 22 (ANI): The United States will be evacuating nearly 400 Lockheed Martin and Sallyport Global employees from the Balad Air Base here in a two-stage process due to "potential security threats."
BAGHDAD (NINA) - The coalition has no information to confirm news that US forces are ready to evacuate hundreds of Lockheed Martin and Sallyport Global employees from a military base in Iraq.
The Grade I-listed Sallyport Tower in Newcastle had lain empty for years until it was transformed into a spectacular event space, known as the Secret Tower, in 2016.
The Grade I-listed Sallyport Tower had lain empty for years until it was transformed into a spectacular event space, known as the Secret Tower, in 2016.
Sallyport Global Holdings reported on Wednesday the receipt of a subcontract, valued at USD34m, from AECOM following its contract with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville.
US-based Sallyport Global Holdings has been awarded a six-month service contract, for a not-to-exceed amount of $133.8 million, to provide base operations support, life support and security services at Iraq's Balad Air Base, said a report.
said they have partnered to offer Black Creek's SallyPort Jail Management System (JMS) as part of Hexagon's integrated suite of public safety solutions.
Taken off the register this year is Sallyport Tower in Newcastle, a grade I-listed 18th century building which incorporates medieval remains.
Lizzie runs No1 Sallyport in Berwick-upon-Tweed, which was voted best B&B in England by a national newspaper.