evasion and escape
The procedures and operations whereby military personnel and other selected individuals are enabled to emerge from an enemy-held or hostile area to areas under friendly control. Also called E&E.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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  • evasion and escape intelligence — Processed information prepared to assist personnel to escape if captured by the enemy or to evade capture if lost in enemy dominated territory …   Military dictionary

  • evasion and escape net — The organization within enemy held or hostile areas that operates to receive, move, and exfiltrate military personnel or selected individuals to friendly control. See also unconventional warfare …   Military dictionary

  • evasion and escape route — A course of travel, preplanned or not, that an escapee or evader uses in an attempt to depart enemy territory in order to return to friendly lines …   Military dictionary

  • évasion — ištrūkimas ir pabėgimas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Procedūros ir veiksmai, kuriais pasinaudodami kariškiai ir kiti atrinkti žmonės gali išeiti iš priešo zonos į draugiškų pajėgų kontroliuojamus rajonus. atitikmenys: angl. evasion and… …   NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • escape route — See evasion and escape route …   Military dictionary

  • evasion — early 15c., from M.Fr. évasion and directly from L.L. evasionem (nom. evasio) a going out, from pp. stem of L. evadere to escape (see EVADE (Cf. evade)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • escape — [n] breaking away; getaway abdication, avoidance, AWOL*, beat, bolt, break, breakout, bypassing, circumvention, decampment, deliverance, departure, desertion, disappearance, dodging, ducking, elopement, elusion, elusiveness, eschewal, evasion,… …   New thesaurus

  • escape — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Get away Nouns 1. escape, elopement, flight; evasion (see avoidance); retreat; narrow escape or squeak, hairbreadth escape; deliverance, liberation; redeployment; jailbreak, freedom. Informal, close call …   English dictionary for students

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