Disposition of Forces

Disposition of Forces

 

the peacetime placement (quartering) of units and agencies of the ground forces in places assigned for them within the country (in populated points, special military posts, and camps); the distribution of air force units at base airfields and naval ships at ports and naval bases.

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The other map uses different colours to depict the disposition of forces on the ground.
He said this would pave the way for the eventual signing of a mutually agreed bilateral ceasefire agreement and agreements on social reform and economic reforms, political and constitutional reforms, and the end of hostilities and disposition of forces 'toward a just and lasting peace.
The Philippine government hereby correspondingly reciprocates with the same declaration of not undertaking offensive operations against the New Peoples Army to pave way for the eventual signing of a mutually agreed bilateral ceasefire agreement and agreements on social and economic reforms, political and constitutional reforms and end of hostilities and disposition of forces towards a just and lasting peace.
She had directed the Austrian premiere of Noyes Fludde in 1995 and they used the Benjamin Britten church parable's disposition of forces as a template: two professional soloists and a professional orchestra, beginning soloists, child soloists (including boy and girl altos and sopranos), and choruses of children and adolescents who dance as well as sing to portray apricot pickers, insects, cranes (the national bird) and--on the highest and most brightly lit of the economical stage set's three platforms--angels representing Gregory's visions.
Prime Minister Abadi said this week the demands of the battle would dictate the disposition of forces but that no decision had been made to bar the Hashid.
We must develop disciplined approaches to analyzing enemy obstacle information and intelligence (including improvised explosive devices) to project the enemy course of action, disposition of forces, and positions.
Disposition of forces at the debt market remained with no change.
Signing a Comprehensive Agreement on End of Hostilities and Disposition of Forces -- the final stage in formal peace negotiations -- by middle of next year will hopefully put an end to a violent struggle by communist rebels since 1969 that has hampered Philippine economic growth, especially in the countryside.
Gamers represented all echelons below the training audience by translating operational plans and orders into simulation inputs and providing simulated battlefield information, such as movement and disposition of forces, as well as the results of combat, including casualties and battle damage.
And a subtle choreography transformed the trinity-like disposition of forces for the three-voice mass into a more solid phalanx for the subsequent two.
Speaking to reporters separately regarding the report, Principal Deputy Defense Undersecretary for Policy Christopher Henry said, ''We're currently having discussions with our Japanese allies on the best disposition of forces in the area, and our final opinion will be based upon what we and our ally feel is best for the alliance and for regional stability in that area,'' he said.
Mr Hoon told MPs: ``It remains the case that we, with our coalition partners, are considering the levels and disposition of forces required in Iraq.