General Reserve

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Police Vehicles In Belgium - Federal Police / Federale Politie / Police Fédérale
... on each side of the vehicle mentioning of the name of the division (General Reserve, Waterway Police, Air Police, Road Police, Judicial Police...) The Federal Police is ... Luxembourg) Yamaha motorcycles BMW motorcycles The General Reserve (support, riots) has more specialized vehicles Ziegler wave 9000 watercanons Mercedes Sprinters (staff or ... control) Other vehicles used Citroën C3 (general reserve, waterway police, air police, railway police) Fiat Ducato (almost all federal departments) Volkswagen Transporter (almost all ...
Second Zhili–Fengtian War - Shanhaiguan Front
... Most Fengtian officers wanted to deploy the General Reserve as a rear-guard, but Fu Xingpei (傅兴沛), the deputy chief-of-general staff, opposed the idea, claiming the urgent situation on ... Yang Yuting, the Fengtian chief-of-general staff, worried that the geography of the Nine Gates (Jiumenkou, 九门口) was too narrow and too restricted ... Zhang Zuolin put an end to the debate by ordering the General Reserve, under the command of Zhang Zuoxiang (张作相) to rush to the Nine Gates (Jiumenkou ...

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