armored infantry

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armored infantry

[′är·mərd ′in·fən·trē]
(ordnance)
A field army unit designed to close and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver, to repel hostile assault in close combat, and to provide support for tanks.
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Continuing with the mechanized infantry company as an example, a chemical decontamination platoon would need to fill both of its 3,000-gallon water storage blivets and receive a resupply from a 2,000-gallon Load-Handling System Compatible Water Tank Rack (Hippo) to meet the company's water needs for DED.
The battalion consists of a mechanized infantry division, artillery, mortar and air defense units, reconnaissance, engineering and logistics specialized squads, and anti-armor and tank artillery, the state Saudi Press Agency, SPA, said.
These Forces consist of mechanized infantry brigade that includes infantry units, units of artillery and mortars, air defense, reconnaissance, engineering, logistics, weapons of anti-armor and guns of intrusion which are trained to carry out traditional combat tasks and security missions at the same time, commensurate with the current challenges faced by the world in general and the Kingdom in particular.
Mechanized Infantry Unit, Light Infantry Commando battalion, Pakistan Army aviation helicopters Bell Helly, MI17, Cobra gunship helicopter, Puma helicopters fly before the podium.
The exercises involve mechanized infantry, tanks, reconnaissance, artillery units, and more than 300 items of military equipment, said the representative of the Central Military District, Colonel Jaroslav Roshupkin.
A more sensible form of nomenclature would be to mirror that of the mechanized Infantry platoons.
The ministry said in a statement that the leadership of the Operations of the Tigris represented by the Fifth Mechanized Infantry Division and the forth Rapid Intervention Brigade with the participation of the sons of the popular mobilization continue in cleansing all areas of Diyala province from the IS control.
Nearly 20,000 people -- including 6,500 scouts, 7,500 university students from various parts of Turkey, 4,000 students from military high schools and a number of local people -- stayed at an outside camp established at the 18th Mechanized Infantry Brigade Command on the night of April 24 and started to march with the first light of the morning.
Key to the exercises was the deployment of F-16, Mirage 2000 and Mirage 2000/9 fighters, naval ships and frigates, artillery units, assault and transport helicopters, naval and mechanized infantry, special forces and paratroopers.
He was appointed as Commander of the First Mechanized Infantry Battalion in the rank of Captain on February 5, 1970.
Through his career, Sissi was commander of the 509th Mechanized Infantry Battalion; chief of staff, 134th Mechanized Infantry Brigade; commander, 16th Mechanised Infantry Brigade; chief of staff, 2nd Mechanised Infantry Division; chief of staff, Northern Military Zone; deputy director, Military Intelligence & Reconnaissance Depart; and minister of defence as well as chairman of the SCAF since 2012.
Mechanized Infantry Unit, Light Infantry Commando battalion, Pakistan Army aviation helicopters Bell Helly, MI-17, Cobra gunship helicopter, Puma helicopters fly before the podium.
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