In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- A helicopter hovers overhead, a bit of air support for the ground troops.
- Close air support from loitering bombers over the area of operations also proved noteworthy.
- Without the ability to see friendly and enemy troops on the ground, such air support is almost meaningless.
- Coalition ground forces wanted air support to take out harassing enemy artillery.
- The Air Force objected to the Army having such a capability because tactical air support was the role of the Air Force.
- One of the strongest points of this book is the portrayal of Mitchell's early commitment to air support for the ground battle.
- The center also plans, directs and controls the sorties that provide troops with a constant tactical air support.
- They were supplied with weapons and air support from helicopter gunships and bombers.
- Their job is to control close air support and attack sorties and provide weather information.
- It started small: first as reconnaissance and then as support to ground operations in the form of close air support.
- However, the ultimate success of the Australian Army depended on Allied air support.
- The unit has the only hardened bunker air support operations center in the Air Force.
- Before they arrived in the country, carrier-based aircraft and others provided air support.
- Aircraft and especially close air support might operate much more effectively then.
- Intermittent rain and high winds were hampering clean-up operations and threatening to ground air support.
- Modern ground forces use aircraft in traditional close air support roles.
- Coalition forces provided air support to drive off the militants.
- Their main job is providing close air support to ground forces in the field.
- The army often supplies air support for militia operations.
- A very large maneuver area, a lot of air support and ground fire combined together on these exercises.
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