key command

key command

An operation executed by the operating system or application when the user presses one or more keys on the keyboard. Following are common keyboard commands:


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They could thus perform decapitation strikes against key command nodes.
In the meantime, the army's artillery and missile units pounded ISIL's strongholds and movements in Sweida's Eastern deserts, and destroyed a key command post and a position in a region between Khirbet al-Hawi and Um Marzakh, inflicting major losses on the terrorists.
PAF Air War College is a premier institution of Pakistan Air Force, where mid level officers of Pakistan Armed Forces and friendly countries are prepared for assumption of key Command and Staff appointments.
PAF Air War College is the premier institution of Pakistan Air Force, where mid level officers of Pakistan Armed Forces and friendly countries are prepared for assumption of key Command and Staff appointments.
The two other targets, to the west of Homs, Syria, included storage facilities for sarin gas, other chemical weapon precursors and equipment, as well as a key command post.
Colonel John Pelleriti's exceptional 25year distinguished career as an active duty officer and Florida Guardsman have included increasingly responsible key command and staff positions, as well as three overseas deployments to safeguard our "American Way of Life." Recently, under the direction of the Adjutant General of Florida, Col.
Majak had a long-serving military career and security service, leading to his previous appointment in key command position before the singing of the 2005 peace agreement.
He is a retired US Army senior officer having served in key command and staff assignments in the 3rd, 9th, and 25th Infantry Divisions.
Yet it retained a redundant capacity to regenerate precisely because the Assad regime and its military security apparatus allowed remnants of Al-Qaeda in Iraq's logistical and key command and control network safe haven inside Syria.
The command has established a three-year term limit for key command and joint positions for officers and key and strategic chief master sergeant positions for enlisted members that offer the right experiences.
Ljupco Popovski comments for Utrinski Vesnik reminds that in the confrontation with the moral values of one's own actions, many after the turbulent day need to ask themselves the basic question--how much of democrats are we and how much do we believe in the key command of every democracy--the one of free print.
Keyless entry: Each user has a 4-digit key command password to turn on the system, enabling multiple staff members to share the same unit without needing a key.