In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(weapon/bombing) táctico(retreat/error/victory) tácticotactical voting — voto útil masculine
- Four well-armed officers clearly had a tactical advantage if they used good judgement and training.
- I have always disliked the Glock as a tactical weapon because it has no second strike capability.
- Rehearsals and supervision are critical when supporting tactical operations.
- Close-range striking or longer-range missile or projectile weapons provide tactical hitting or firepower.
- Similarly, Israel had gained a tactical victory but could not afford to pressure the Soviets further.
- The administration began a conventional military build-up, and increased the number and types of tactical nuclear weapons.
- Two new tactical rifles are now available from companies which were once known as handgun manufacturers.
- She'd ordered her tactical officer to keep her eyes on the enemy carrier.
- This was also the war where chemical agents were first openly used as tactical weapons.
- Throughout eight tactical scenarios the officers are required to quickly develop, communicate and execute their mission.
- Thus, they determine the feasibility of strategic and tactical plans.
- The squadron's first officer is also our security and tactical officer.
- He announced to the world the Soviet Union was building secret missile bases in Cuba to house tactical nuclear weapons.
- Last month she joined the US National Guard and quickly impressed her commanding officers with her tactical genius.
- The depot is the Army's center of technical excellence for air defense and tactical missile ground support equipment.
- After the fall of France the Luftwaffe was in a very favourable geographical position for operations against England, but it did not have any overall tactical plan.
- Despite its size, Iwo Jima was considered to have great tactical importance.
- The center also plans, directs and controls the sorties that provide troops with a constant tactical air support.
- The result is usually a plan focused at the tactical level driven by the Defense Department toward an exit strategy.
- I called to my tactical officer, as I fastened the last strap of the restraining harness snugly across my shoulders.
- Washington was not aware of the presence of these tactical nuclear weapons and delivery systems in Cuba.
- Tenacious dedication to the simple but demanding task, plus tactical air support, allowed the division to survive.
- Six modules designed to support tactical air operations arrive and are placed at the far end of the ramp.
- Numbered air forces are tactical echelons, providing operational leadership and supervision.
- Next, you wonder how to organize an entire brigade combat team's equipment to flow according to the tactical plan.
- We need a binding and verifiable agreement on tactical nuclear weapons immediately.
- But the Army planned a much greater tactical role for the helicopter in Vietnam.
- The Air Force objected to the Army having such a capability because tactical air support was the role of the Air Force.
- Luftwaffe tactical support for ground operations during the rest of the campaign remained spotty and ineffectual.
- That, he says, was the basis upon which the squad was chosen, rather than with a specific tactical plan in place.
- There were virtually no tactical attack bombers of any value.
- The company tactical officers incorporate feedback into biannual counseling for cadets.
- The sheer numbers and volume of traffic to and from Iraq, from the tactical to the strategic level, were significant.
- Does one airplane, one bomb, one target represent strategic air power or tactical employment of aviation?
- With production under way, the timing was right to shift attention to the tactical missile threat.
- The Seleucids echeloned their right cavalry wing forward to gain tactical advantage.
- The cost is the alienation of mainstream Arabs - tactical gain for strategic loss, or at least so it appears on the surface.
- If it turned out to be a large enemy unit, then the division would employ a larger force as well as artillery and tactical air support.
- As a field commander he combined an icy calm and plain common sense with great tactical flair.
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