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dismount

[dis′maünt]
(ordnance)
To remove a weapon or piece of equipment from its setting, mount, or carriage.
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These proposed changes would better allow the Infantry weapons company and its platoons to successfully achieve its objectives in both a conventional high intensity conflict as well as during static stability operations by providing the proper equipment and the right amount of leadership at the critical point of any operation whether purely mounted, dismounted, or a mixture of both.
Phase 3 culminated with platoon route clearance that included mounted and dismounted, live-fire engagements and a live, blow-in-place event.
Dismounted Soldier allows up to nine soldiers to participate at once.
The CBRN Soldiers were eager to increase their professional proficiency to meet current mission requirements, and the CBRN Dismounted Reconnaissance Course presented them with the mission-essential skills and knowledge necessary to respond to the most likely tactical threats encountered on the battlefield.
Broise claimed he had dismounted his horse well before the incident and had merely pushed Mrs Wild on her chest.
CS 13 systems provide mobile satellite and robust radio capability for commanders and Soldiers to take the network with them in vehicles and while dismounted as they conduct combat and security assistance missions.
As part of the Dismounted Solider Training System, ExpeditionDI provides a realistic virtual environment to train infantry squads to move and interact as they would in a real-world battle situation," said Arthur Yan, president, Quantum3D.
This squad-level operational assessment demonstrated that Land Warrior capabilities do improve the combat effectiveness of soldiers and small units engaged in dismounted operations.
Commanders are always training soldiers on mounted and dismounted movement.
Its arrival method may vary from dismounted (air insertion or ground) to mounted (wheeled or tracked).
Jockey Paul Harvey, who dismounted shortly after passing the post, said: "He put in a few short strides on pulling up, so I thought it best to dismount.
Park officials said Flack, 48, was six miles down Bright Angel Trail at Plateau Point when she dismounted the mule she was riding to eat lunch at a cliff overhang.