- n. capability in terms of personnel and materiel that affect the capacity to fight a war
“Inoffensive little Korea, the Hermit Kingdom of old, had become the focal point of a struggle between Imperial Russia and Japan, the first oriental nation to modernize and one which had proven its military capability in 1895 with a lightning victory in the Sino-Japanese War.”
“His opponent, former rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba, fled the country after further fighting in March 2007, but both former candidates retain the military capability to resume hostilities, suggesting that the election has not resolved the underlying problems, a pattern true of many of the peacekeeping operations touched on here in greater detail.”
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