night-fighting love

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  • A police spokesman emphasized to reporters the superior night-fighting capabilities of the troops and officers.

    Brazil Gang Crackdown: Rio Slums See Cop, Troop Buildup

  • At dawn — the Taliban have no night-fighting equipment — the insurgents opened up with rockets, mortars, and machine guns.

    Conn Hallinan: Why the Afghan Surge Will Fail

  • The threat is potent, although shrouded in secrecy; it is estimated that Hezbollah has the capability to mobilise more than 40,000 fighters, the 2006 war provided evidence of its adroit use of anti-tank and anti-ship weaponry, drone technology and night-fighting capabilities.

    James Denselow: Talking to Terrorists?

  • U.S. elite forces are not highly regarded here, but they have amazing night-fighting equipment the Taliban haven't.

    LETTERS

  • American elite forces are not highly regarded here, but they have amazing night-fighting equipment that the Taliban did not have.

    The Simplistic American?

  • In night-fighting, then, make much use of signal-fires and drums, and in fighting by day, of flags and banners, as a means of influencing the ears and eyes of your army.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • The company's operations chief, while failing to bring along enough batteries for the Marines 'critical night-fighting equipment, had the presence of mind to bring a personal video camera, which he plans to use to make a war documentary that he hopes to sell after the invasion.

    Iraq: The Hidden Human Costs

  • Arthur Harris had been conducting a campaign of fire and ruin against Berlin all that winter, bombing indiscriminately and taking intolerable losses against the suddenly revived German night-fighting forces.

    Masters of the Air

  • There have been some isolated signs of military cohesion among the insurgents that suggests a number of former Iraqi Special Republican Guard soldiers may have joined up, but it remains clear the Marines would ultimately prevail given their training, superior weapons and night-fighting capabilities.

    Archive 2004-04-01

  • In any night-fighting some would be cut off and lost.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

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