rear area


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rear area

[′rir ′er·ē·ə]
(ordnance)
The area in the rear of the combat and forward areas.
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Significant factors in the planning process included the speed at which the rear area was expected to grow, the estimated throughput of detainees, and the way in which the security posture would be adjusted to accommodate surges in detainees or internally displaced persons.
Joint Publication 1-02, Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, states that a response force is "a mobile force with appropriate Are support designated, usually by the area commander, to deal with Level II threats in the rear area.
Was this exclusion because he was a rear area pig, or was it due to Hitler's refusal to frequent brothels or drink alcohol?
Additional exercise focus is on rear area security and sustainment operations.
We passed thousands of Iraqi prisoners of war who were being herded to the rear area for interrogation.
Salomon, after killing a number of enemy soldiers, ordered the enlisted medics serving with him in a tent station to evacuate the wounded to a rear area.
Prime Minister (Junichiro) Koizumi led an aggressive campaign that resulted in new legislation allowing Japan's Self-Defense Forces to provide substantial rear area support for the campaign in Afghanistan,'' the report said.
He spent the remainder of the war in a hospital or the rear area, but never forgot his buddies or the privations they suffered.
In some states, blacks could ride only in the rear area of buses, had to sip water from "Colored Only" water fountains, and use separate public lavatories.
The residential park is divided into two parts: Four point houses in the rear area, Along the eea two line buildings with commercial areas on the ground floor.