troop movement


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Noun1.troop movement - movement of military units to a new locationtroop movement - movement of military units to a new location
movement - the act of changing the location of something; "the movement of cargo onto the vessel"
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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President Duterte announced last week the imminent troop movement after expressing dismay with the violent clash between government forces and the Abu Sayyaf bandits in Patikul, Sulu more than a week ago.
The Free Army forces and the Turkish troops are advancing slowly toward Afrin out of keenness on civilians' lives, it said, indicating that bad weather was also affecting the troop movement. Meanwhile, the official news agency, SANA, said the Turkish forces on Saturday targeted Afrin with various arms, inflicting extensive damage in properties.
When asked about this unauthorised troop movement, senior Congress leader Manish Tewari, who was speaking at a book release function, on Thursday said, "At that point of time I used to serve in the standing committee on defence.
Once again government forces are on the march to capture territory from opposition forces, presumably before the rainy season restricts troop movement," it added.
These maps are intended to reflect the troop movements at as well as the Study Areas and Core Areas of the Priority I and Priority II Revolutionary War and War of 1812 battlefields in the United States as identified by NPS in the relevant 2007 report, referenced The selected consultant will produce troop movement maps of the relevant Revolutionary War and War of 1812 battlefields based on existing historic data and mapping materials to be provided by NPS, as noted previously.
Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop had declined to answer questions of reporters regarding troop movement in Iraq for reasons of operational secrecy.
The German statement characterized the troop movement as described by Putin as "the partial withdrawal of Russian troops ordered from the eastern border of Ukraine.''
Mr Annan's six-point plan calls for, among other things, a daily two-hour ceasefire to provide humanitarian assistance to people in zones of fighting, freedom of movement for journalists and a halt to troop movement.
These underground tunnels are often used to provide essential medical, building and food supplies to the 1.5 million Gazans who are under siege in the tiny area of land.The Israel government had to first approve the troop movement by the Egyptians as any military advance into the region without co-ordination would be in direct breach of the 1978 Camp David Accords.
Each of the aircraft ordered includes the specialised equipment needed to support medical evacuation, troop movement and air drop missions.
Since the Mumbai attacks, however, there has not been any escalation or significant troop movement on the borders of both countries.
During the summer, nearly 6,000 servicemen and women transferred from their barracks in Osnabruck, Germany, to their new homes at Catterick - the largest such troop movement since 1963.