survivability


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sur·viv·a·ble

 (sər-vī′və-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of surviving: survivable organisms in a hostile environment.
2. Capable of being survived; not fatal: a survivable illness.

sur·viv′a·bil′i·ty n.

survivability

Concept which includes all aspects of protecting personnel, weapons, and supplies while simultaneously deceiving the enemy. Survivability tactics include building a good defense; employing frequent movement; using concealment, deception, and camouflage; and constructing fighting and protective positions for both individuals and equipment.
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