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PATROL

An application management suite from BMC that uses agents to report on software activities on all the servers within the enterprise. Using the information in "knowledge modules" (KMs) about each system component, agents detect events, collect information and notify system and network administrators to take corrective action.

Patrol

 

a reconnaissance or security element sent out by subunits and units in a combat situation.

The composition of the patrol during action in vehicles is from one tank (armored personnel carrier, combat vehicle) to a platoon; in dismounted formation it may be two or three soldiers (members of a patrol), a (patrol) squad, or a motorized rifle platoon. In addition, engineer and chemical reconnaissance patrols are sent out in the special troops. The missions of the patrol include obtaining intelligence concerning the enemy, terrain, and radiation and chemical situation and warning troops of surprise enemy attacks. The patrol carries out its missions by surveillance and combat. The distance between the patrol and the main forces depends on its composition, the assigned mission, and the combat situation. In the navy the patrol consists of individual ships or aircraft dispatched from large ship units to check whether an enemy is present.

patrol

The organized employment of aircraft to detect enemy presence in a specific area or movement across a specific line. A standing patrol is one that is airborne either over a point to be defended or on the route through which the enemy is expected to intrude.
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"As part of investigating the impact of ending the remaining School Crossing Patrols on Anglesey, our officers have assessed the sites in line with guidance," added the spokesman.
The Border Coordinated Patrol, which is aimed at securing the common border between the two countries and curtailing maritime crimes including smuggling and piracy, was formally opened on May 2 at the Pinnacle Hotel, Davao City.
The naval forces of the Philippines and Indonesia have vowed to intensify the patrol of the two countries' border at the Celebes Sea as an intensified campaign against smuggling and piracy.
Maj-Gen Sheikh Sultan bin Abdullah Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of the Ajman Police, who inaugurated the "Security Media Advanced Patrol, said that the patrol will be the media arm of the police to keep abreast of events and speed the transfer of information from the event site.
The Nissan Patrol has broken another GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the Largest Synchonised Car Dance.
Kalyana Sivagnanam, regional vice president, Marketing and Sales, Nissan AMI and President of Nissan Middle East, said, 'At Nissan, we are committed to bringing our customers 'innovation that excites', and we are thrilled to have broken yet another Guinness World Records title with the Nissan Patrol. The Patrol family holds a unique and special place in the hearts of people in the Middle East, and we have seen highly encouraging year-on-year sales increases across the entire range.
Under the directives of Chief Minister (CM) Punjab, male and female sanitary patrols were recruited to conduct door to door surveillance during anti dengue campaign.
Mohammad Al-Sheimi, director, security patrols. He said at least 500 patrols are bring conducted everyday.
In 2013, these Marine Patrol Officers documented more than 450 assists to boaters and campers (including rescues, first aid, searches, fire suppression and vessel tows), 600 vessel safety inspections, 240 appearance tickets, 130 complaint calls, 32 regatta patrols, 10 accident investigations, and more than 1,000 warnings for minor violations.
The main object of patrols was to try and discover where the enemy had their listeningposts and also what regiment was holding the trenches in front of us.
The project included 22 security patrols, 12 police patrols and 10 CID patrols in civil vehicles.