Regular Forces

Regular Forces

 

the forces of a standing (regular) army, with a table of organization, uniforms, and procedures for recruitment, service, and training established by laws and regulations. Regular forces appeared in the 17th and 18th centuries, and in Russia in the early 18th century under Peter I.

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7 (1) - Causing or Conspiring with other persons to cause a mutiny or sedition in forces belonging to Her Majesty's Regular forces, Reserve forces, Auxiliary forces, or Navy.
You may look upon me simply as an irregular pioneer, who goes in front of the regular forces of the country.
Jamal said the RSF is the backer of the armed forces and other regular forces, adding the RSF are operating under the armed forces command.
Turkish regular forces are pursuing operations against "terrorism at high pace and struggling in the country and in Iraq and Syria as well as at the seas to secure existence of the Turkish State," said the minister during a ceremony held at the military headquarters in Ankara.
Alberta is home to thousands of both regular forces and reserve personnel, and to several Canadian Forces bases that play an important part in communities across the province.
May 16, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The Transitional Military Council (TMC) told Western ambassadors in Sudan that the attacks on civilians at the protest sites were carried out by "groups not belonging to the regular forces."
She told the Daily Mirror: "It would be utterly unacceptable for the Tories to cut our regular forces even further."
The need of hour is that all Muslims, who are about 23% of the world population, should come to a single platform and form a more energetic Islamic Organisation with regular forces that can defend the persecuted Muslims around the globe.
Ukraine said on Tuesday Russian regular forces had attacked Ukrainian government forces in the country's east.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was cutting short a foreign trip on Wednesday after Kiev accused Russian regular forces of attacking its troops in the country's east.
The forces railcard has existed for more than 30 years and is currently used by 73,000 active members of the regular forces and mobilised reservists.
Kirkuk police sources told Aswat al-Iraq that Sahwa members managed to "clear areas that the regular forces could not tread", thus by leaving their posts, "these areas will be a safe haven to Qaeda and armed groups scattering around the province".