forward edge of the battle area

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forward edge of the battle area (FEBA)

The foremost limits of a series of areas in which ground combat units are deployed. The area is designated to coordinate fire support, the positioning of forces, or the maneuver of units. It excludes the areas in which the covering or screening forces are operating.
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AutoSimply Manufacturing, Front Line Systems and Core Products employees worked together to ensure customizations specific to their company were in place.
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Front Line member Khalid Ibrahim told the GDN from Dublin that they would be sending a letter to the Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa and the Justice and Islamic Affairs and Interior ministries today.
Headquartered in San Mateo, California, Front Line is a leader in strategic consulting and market analysis for the Life Sciences industries, offering strategic business intelligence through exclusive consulting engagements and comprehensive strategic market reports of key therapeutic and technology areas.
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Two, we would have the metrics, the management information and the numbers at the front line that our people could look at to know where they were at any given time.
THE teenage girl who forced a U-turn on Tory policy not to use women in the front line has been accepted into the RAF.
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The top companies spend millions creating supportive cultures, building morale and self-esteem and empowering employees, because they know their bottom line depends upon their front line.
These tribal-sized groups represent the front line of today's streamlined business organization.
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For most of these respondents, the management of information is both top-of-mind and a matter that actively involves employees at all levels, from top management to the front line.