In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1pertrechosmaterial bélico masculine
- It was due to supply the forces with weapons, ammunition, and other materiel.
- The combatant commander is responsible for the flow of equipment, personnel, and materiel into his theater.
- By 1919 their superiority in both men and materiel would be enormous, and Allied staff officers began to plan a great offensive for that year.
- Limits include time, manpower, materiel, and a host of other factors.
- A survey in one formation discovered 70 unauthorised modifications to materiel.
- The air-drop equipment is intended to air drop paratroopers, materiel and cargo.
- Additional stocks of ammunition, food, medicines, and other materiel are created at strongholds.
- The goal was to have medical units deploy with their required materiel and equipment.
- Doing so can be characterized as actions against people and materiel.
- At the end of the Battle of Verdun, the French emerged victorious, though at a huge cost in human lives and materiel.
- In each case, equipment and materiel will be pre-positioned in several places around the world.
- Force structure, doctrine, materiel and training must all adapt to the change.
- The rear cargo deck accommodates the transport of troops and/or materiel.
- Further automatization of the system of command and control of troops and materiel will also produce a great impact on tactics.
- It also made impossible to timely form attack forces and provide them with essential supplies and materiel.
- Military materiel is landed via a bow ramp and also via assault boats through the doors of the flooded well.
- This materiel enabled U.S. forces to survive during the first critical weeks of the operation.
- The mission is to destroy armoured and unarmored combat materiel, low and slow airborne vehicles and other targets.
- There weren't enough people to handle this flow, and, in the end, we sent far more materiel to the theater than we needed.
- The offensive materiel will have gone, with heavy weaponry no longer of any real practical military use now either.
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