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force multiplier

A capability that when added to and employed by a combat force significantly increases its combat potential of and thus enhances the probability of a successful mission. Items like AWACS (airborne warning and control aircraft), flight-refueler aircraft, and electronic warfare suits are some examples of force-multipliers.
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The Force Multiplier was designed to realize this potential.
Due to the increased recognition of advanced air platforms as a force multiplier, Middle Eastern Ministries of Defence (MODs) are acquiring defensive air capability in earnest.
DALLAS, April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dallas County Schools (DCS) and Force Multiplier Solutions (FMS) are launching BusGuard, a fully integrated security and transit management system that is scalable and upgradable, featuring live real-time video and audio with additional options and special features based on the needs of each school district.
The DRDO chief, who refused to divulge the range of the new under- development missile, said the force multiplier capability of the missile would be because of its Multiple Independently Targetable Re-entry Vehicle (MIRV) capability.
Information management is essential as a readiness enabler and force multiplier to the warfighter, said Harrell.
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Reforms led to greatly improved logistical support for Operation Enduring Freedom, Air Force officials said, and have turned asset visibility into a force multiplier in the war on terrorism.
The RQ-1 Predator and GNAT systems have proved their military utility as a force multiplier in combat areas such as the Balkans and Southwest Asia.
Cameras and wireless network function as police force multiplier and provide evidence-grade video to aid in criminal prosecution
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That multiplies our strength, but we are teaching them (soldiers) how to involve the public in general on the borders and they should become our force multiplier," Keswani said.