strength of enemy forces

strength of enemy forces

[′streŋkth əv ′en·ə·mē ′fȯr·səz]
(ordnance)
The description of an enemy unit of force in terms of men, weapons, and equipment.
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Commanders were thus denied situational awareness on the location, movement, and strength of enemy forces. Fighter bombers on armed reconnaissance sorties provided the only means for detecting and targeting individual vehicles before they could engage in close combat.

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