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  • 21 Military aid to the civil power — (MACP) (sometimes to the civil authorities) is assistance by the armed forces to the civil authorities of the state with the provision of specialist equipment or trained personnel. It is used in many countries, including Canada and the United… …

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  • 22 Military of Serbia and Montenegro — Seal of the Military of Serbia and Montenegro Founded May 20, 1992 Disbanded June 5, 2006 Headquarters Belgrad …

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  • 23 Military Police of Paraná State — Polícia Militar do Paraná Abbreviation PMPR Badge of the Military Police of Paraná State …

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  • 24 Military of Kyrgyzstan — Military guard of honor near a monument in Bishkek s main square Founded circa 1992 Service branches …

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  • 25 Military taxonomy — encompasses the domains of weapons, equipment, organizations, strategies, and tactics.[1] The use of taxonomies in the military extends beyond its value as an indexing tool or record keeping template.[2] Contents 1 Blink of an eye 2 …

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  • 26 Military Aid to the Civil Power — (MACP) (sometimes to the Civil Authorities) is assistance by the armed forces to the police in maintaining law and order. It is used in many countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom. United Kingdom MACP is one of the fundamental… …

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  • 27 Military doctrine of Russia — Military Doctrine of the Russian Federation is one of the main strategic planning documents in Russia and represents a system of officially state adopted views of preparation for the armed protection of Russia. The most recent edition of the… …

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  • 28 Force majeure — (French for superior force ) is a common clause in contracts which essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance beyond the control of the parties, such as war, strike, riot, crime, act of …

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  • 29 Military Sealift Command force — The Military Sealift Command (MSC) force common user sealift consists of three subsets: the Naval Fleet Auxiliary Force, common user ocean transportation, and the special mission support force. These ship classes include government owned ships… …

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  • 30 Military animal — Military animals are non human creatures that were used in warfare. They are used as working animals to aid in combat related applications or weaponized. Domesticated animals such as dogs, pigs, oxen, camels and horses are used for functions such …

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  • 31 Force dispersal — is the practice of spreading out soldiers and vehicles in an army. It is used to minimize the effects of collateral damage, such as from bombs and artillery, and increases the number of artillery rounds needed to neutralize or destroy a military… …

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  • 32 force projection — The ability to project the military element of national power from the continental United States (CONUS) or another theater, in response to requirements for military operations. Force projection operations extend from mobilization and deployment… …

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  • 33 Military courtesy — is one of the defining features of a professional military force. These courtesies form a strict and sometimes elaborate code of conduct. Admiral Jay L. Johnson and Admiral Vern Clark of the United States Navy salute each other during a change of …

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  • 34 Military fiat — is a process whereby a decision is made and enforced by military means without the participation of other political elements. The Latin term fiat, translated as let it be, suggests the autocratic attitude ascribed to such a process. For example,… …

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  • 35 Military security — implies the capability of a nation state to defend itself, and/or deter military aggression. Alternatively, military security implies the capability of a nation state to enforce its policy choices by use of military force. The term military… …

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  • 36 force(s) — See airborne force; armed forces; covering force; garrison force; multinational force; Navy cargo handling force; task force; underway replenishment force …

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  • 37 force extension — Tankers escorting fighters are force extended when they are refueled by other tankers en route to their destination. Force extension is normally required when tankers are acting in a dual role capacity because their cargo will likely preclude… …

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  • 38 Military Service — A branch of the Armed Forces of the United States, established by act of Congress, in which persons are appointed, enlisted, or inducted for military service, and which operates and is administered within a military or executive department. The… …

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  • 39 military strategy — The art and science of employing the armed forces of a nation to secure the objectives of national policy by the application of force or the threat of force. See also strategy …

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  • 40 force module package — A force module with a specific functional orientation (e.g. air superiority, close air support, reconnaissance, ground defense) that include combat, associated combat support, and combat service support forces. Additionally, force module packages …

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