total mobilization

total mobilization

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The RDF is a three Service Defence Force comprising of the Land Force, the Air Force and the Reserve Force whose main role is to augment the Rwanda Defence Force active service when called upon under partial or total mobilization.
In the early 1930s, Junger called on Nietzsche's metaphysics of the will to power to explain "total mobilization," that is, the twentieth-century transformation of the planet into a titanic, military-industrial foundry.
The US Army has only conducted total mobilization twice in the last one hundred years.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) has estimated the actual revenue potential at 22.3 percent of the GDP against the total mobilization of current 11 percent.
Concerning our imminent showdown with ISIL/NOSRA gunmen hiding in Arsal, speakers reiterated utter rejection to any peaceful coexistence with the gunmen and urged a total mobilization of the clans in a bid to root out strangers hiding in the midst of Arsalis.
The Democratic Society Congress (DTK) meeting held on April 22 in the wake of Eucalan's call for a new struggle, announced decisions for total mobilization and intensive organization (autonomy organization) and to this end, rebellions with the attendance of millions were planned and announced.
Besides the media outcry, the state of total mobilization included an unscheduled crisis meeting of major party leaders with advisers to the royal Cabinet that openly bypassed the post-Arab Spring elected government and parliament.
Total mobilization has been done and leaves cancelled.
This, he said, requires total mobilization of resources and potential to prove ourselves as a time-honored civilization of esteemed mettle."We should not only focus on issue of resolutions and statements, but also focus on effect of these and how to follow up on them.

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