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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The introduction to military intelligence elements fostered discussions that led to recommendations concerning the security and employment of sensors throughout the rear area.
The intent of the Soviet deep attacks was to hit the "soft" rear areas and disrupt the logistics, support, and command/control for the MBA forces, or more importantly, destroy the U.
Hitler's war record remains in doubt, whether as front-fighter or rear area pig, simply because of the lack of definitive source material.
The diaper main section also comprises an absorption area for fluids and can be attached in a detachable manner to a fourth closure means on the side of the hip band oriented away from the body by means of at least one third, mechanical closure area by means of the longitudinal end of the front region or the rear area, and the third mechanical closure means can be attached in a detachable manner to the side of the first closure means which is oriented away from the body.
He was rarely within five kilometres of any combat, leading comrades to brand him "Etappenschwein" - a rear area pig.
In addition to rear area support based on the Guidelines for Japan-U.
The 35-foot rear area is devoted to private parking.
The DDOC solution does not address these rear area concerns that together constitute the COMMZ megaproblem.
Left alone, they ambushed rear area installations from the concealment of the jungle.
But Mr Stokle has ambitious plans to open up the rear area for seating and create a separate entrance for visitors.
During that time, the operating room was only available at the division rear area from combat support hospitals (CSHs) and mobile army surgical hospitals (MASHs).
As the hospital was being overrun, he ordered medics to evacuate all of the wounded to safety in a rear area.