- Close air support
- Combat support
- Combat service support
- Fire Support
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... on the talk page LCD monitors have been adopted by the United States military, instead of CRT displays, because they are smaller, lighter and more efficient, although ... military LCD monitor must be compliant with MIL-STD-3009 (formerly MIL-L-85762A) ... so that they pass the standards for the military ...
... In December 2009 an agreement on military assistance was signed by Turkey and Azerbaijan ... Ankara’s supplying Azerbaijan with weapons, military equipment and, if necessary, soldiers in case war with Armenia over Karabakh resumes ... infantry weapons, tactical vehicles (jeeps, trucks, etc.) professional training, military organization, technology transfer, licenced military hardware production and other services ...
... addition, there are 300,000 former service personnel who have had military service in the last 15 years ... numerous contracts to strengthen its armed forces and to train its military with Turkey's assistance. 15 years, Azerbaijan has been preparing its military for possible action against Armenian forces in Nagorno-Karabakh ...
... Army, one of the three group armies that comprise the Nanjing Military Region responsible for the defense of China's eastern coast and possible military ...
... The OSCE takes a comprehensive approach to the politico-military dimension of security, which includes a number of commitments by participating States and mechanisms for ... The organization also seeks to enhance military security by promoting greater openness, transparency and co-operation ...
Famous quotes containing the word military:
“Stately as a galleon, I sail across the floor,
Doing the military two-step, as in the days of yore.”
—Joyce Grenfell (19101979)
“The military mind is indeed a menace. Old-fashioned futurity that sees only men fighting and dying in smoke and fire; hears nothing more civilized than a cannonade; scents nothing but the stink of battle-wounds and blood.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)
“In all sincerity, we offer to the loved ones of all innocent victims over the past 25 years, abject and true remorse. No words of ours will compensate for the intolerable suffering they have undergone during the conflict.”
—Combined Loyalist Military Command. New York Times, p. A12 (October 14, l994)