Maneuvers


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Maneuvers

 

large-scale, two-sided troop (naval or aviation) exercises conducted under conditions which approximate those of combat; the highest form of tactical and operational training for troops, commanders, and staffs of large units and commands. A leader, control staff, and umpires are appointed for conducting maneuvers. The maneuvers conclude with a review of the actions of the participants.

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PARENT'S CLAIM: The ObGyn negligently applied excessive lateral traction, improperly used lateral traction as a maneuver, and instructed the mother to continuously push.
private pilot certificate, high-quality visual displays in its flight simulators, artificial intelligence allowing real-time coaching and the ability to objectively score a student's performance of the basic private pilot flight maneuvers, we are about to see another evolutionary step forward in flight training.
21) Many a commander has planned extravagant maneuvers prior to battle, only for a souring situation to force him into a frontal battle of attrition with his foes.
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Thanks to their lack of application in the kind of everyday flying most of us do, many pilots believe these maneuvers exist only to have something to do on the commercial checkride.
It is worth mentioning that the Israeli army conducts such maneuvers every few years.
In the past, regional countries have had a presence at similar Iranian maneuvers as observers.
CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati surgeon who wrote the book on saving choking victims through his namesake Heimlich maneuver has now penned a new book: his memoir.
The actual accelerations that show the maneuvers of the target in the Scenario 1 and Scenario 2 are described in Figure 2 and Figure 4, respectively.
Our Sleep Center had an ENT physician consultant who shared an interest in the Mueller's maneuver as an objective measure of upper airway narrowing.