Large Unit

Large Unit

 

(soedinenie), a general term designating such tactical units as brigades, divisions, corps, and naval squadrons. Large units may consist of combined arms or of tank, aviation, or other forces.

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Superintendent John Burkey is leaving the district by the end of the month to head the Large Unit District Association.
The statement added that "The raids were concentrated in Iraq near Al Asad base targeted tactical unit and destroyed two buildings, along with a raid near Kirkuk targeted tactical unit and two raids near Mosul destroyed a checkpoint for Daash and six shipping containers and four combat outposts and a raid near Sinjar targeted a large unit and destroyed six buildings and heavy weapons as well as a raid near Tal Afar, targeted a large unit and destroyed four combat positions.
In Iraq within the same period, five airstrikes near Mosul destroyed an ISIL checkpoint, three Humvees, a large unit, two tactical units and a heavy weapon, the CENTCOM said.
So, Dexia is nearing the disposal of its last remaining large unit, in which it holds 99.
The retailer will take over 15,000 sq ft - half of a large unit vacated when electrical store Comet closed its doors.
The result is a radical undercutting of the logic that significant Labor savings can only be obtained through large unit scale," the study's authors argue.
Fun Fancy Dress Limited has been trading for five years, but has now moved to a large unit in All Saints Square.
The 3d Battalion, 43d Air Defense Artillery Regiment, at Fort Bliss, Texas, received an award in the large unit category.
A brigade spokesman said the fire broke out in a large unit of household waste at the Orchard Environmental in Huyton at 2.
CONCLUSIONS: The experiences described call for multiple strategies in helping all the critical care nurses to manage this large unit effectively.
Units and installations compete in one of five categories: large unit (battalion and above), small unit (company and below), supporting unit, installation, and operational deployment.
In the DEA program, Army units compete by component (Active, Reserve, and National Guard) in categories of large unit (battalion and above), small unit (company and below), and supporting unit.

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