In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Militarysimulacro de combate masculine
- Central Command held a major war game Oct.4 and 5 to test Gen. Franks' plan.
- They called for a halt to the war game to invade the North, including the Stryker Brigade Combat Team's drill in South Korea, and signing of a nonaggression treaty with the North.
- Even now, Gardiner said after the war game, the military sees post-conflict operations as peripheral to its duties.
- THE US spent £165 million on the biggest war game in military history earlier this month.
- During the war game, the S - 1 should brief casualty estimates and you should brief the medical concept of support for these estimates by phase.
- In 1984, I participated in a war game featuring a Cessna rigged with a tiny nuke and flown by a suicide pilot.
- Japan's army and US Marines will conduct joint war games early next year simulating the retaking of an isolated island captured by an enemy - the first exercise of its kind by the two militaries, a news report said yesterday.
- The newspaper also said a large-scale joint-force war game will be conducted in the ‘near future’ following training that has lasted almost two months.
- Also joining the war games are ships and personnel from Canada, Holland, Germany, Peru, Norway, Italy, Denmark, France and Australia.
- North Korea says the situation is deteriorating and nearing the brink of nuclear conflict, with the US and South Korea exercising war games in the area.
- At that time, the Central Command had what they called an exercise, a war game, called ‘Internal Luck.’
- There are two components to a war game: field exercises and command post exercises.
- These tactics have been a routine ingredient of every major Army war game for the past five years.
- That's because Fidel Castro's government is telling the Cuban people that the war games are intended to deter what could be an imminent U.S. invasion of the island.
- Helicopters rumbled overhead and gunfire crackled as a military unit engaged in a war game under the gaze of a crowd dotted with military uniforms.
- Several senior officers attended war game training recently aimed at improving logistical concepts and improving capability development.
- The most recent US command-and-control exercise, conducted last month, was a war game simulating a US invasion of Iran in 2007.
- A rare war game will be held next month simulating a terrorist attack on Taipei, officials said yesterday.
- The war game identified the direct linkages between raw material sources, production capacity and the employment and sustainment of combat systems.
- Members from all branches of the Army participated in a week-long war game to help dictate the future of the Signal Corps.
2Gamesjuego de guerra masculine
- The new group took part in paintball war games, held at a remote bush property two hours drive south of Perth.
- Using a newly built electronic command post, Franks and his thousand-strong team of US and British staff officers will fight a sophisticated electronic war game which will simulate a campaign against Iraq.
- It was a war game based on the American Civil War.
- This game is played like the traditional war game.
- Actually, it took the combination of squad based elements and first person shooting to innovate the war game with last year's award winning Call of Duty.
- This last group of lots consisted of war games and European-style board games.
- The main activities of Magic Mon are computer gaming, card games, board games and war games.
- They are also organising a paintball war game for deaf and hearing members.
- Every year our games club has an auction, most of which are war games.
- There are a handful of games for children, a seemingly endless series of rehashes of Victorian parlor games, war games, and that's it.
- Have you seen the ads for the latest batch of simulated war games?
- Despite its faults, it provides the best mix of playability and serious simulation yet seen in a computer war game.
- Desai said games could cover a wide range of possibilities from role playing and adventure to simulation, sports, war games and ‘edutainment’ that blends learning and playing.
- I like flight simulators and mission-based war games.
- Soldiers of Liberty combines the depth of a squad based game with the intensity of an action-packed war game that unfolds in the streets, subways, and buildings of the city.
- Others, particularly fans of war games, see games as a simulation, a way to reproduce reality.
- Ultimately it is the American audience that today's war games are developed for, so the ‘gung-ho’ attitude you object to is sadly nothing new.
- Battle of Britain is a war game for the personal computer from noted designer Gary Grigsby.
- Today there is a much more diversified selection of games available, from war games to Eurogames.
- After spending a couple of months with WarBirds III, I can definitely see the appeal in this multi-player online war game.
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