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  • noun Plural form of A-team.

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Examples

  • Bush and Rumsfeld, and CIA Director George Tenet, deployed CIA agents and highly trained special forces "A-teams" to work with anti-Taliban tribes.

    Obama's Half-Rumsfeld in Libya

  • The coordination of more than a score of such battalions, not to mention 45 Army Special Forces A-teams, Marine special-ops units, and so on, all involved in some aspect of counterinsurgency, is less the job of McChrystal than that of Lieutenant General David M. Rodriguez, like McChrystal and Kolenda a West Point graduate, who heads the ISAF Joint Command.

    Man Versus Afghanistan

  • The coordination of more than a score of such battalions, not to mention 45 Army Special Forces A-teams, Marine special-ops units, and so on, all involved in some aspect of counterinsurgency, is less the job of McChrystal than that of Lieutenant General David M. Rodriguez, like McChrystal and Kolenda a West Point graduate, who heads the ISAF Joint Command.

    Man Versus Afghanistan

  • Colonel Wheeler made the point that in future conflicts conventional assets like the B-2 and fast-attack submarines would be used in tandem with Predator drones, Special Forces A-teams, and Marine Corps platoons.

    The Plane That Would Bomb Iran

  • Colonel Wheeler made the point that in future conflicts conventional assets like the B-2 and fast-attack submarines would be used in tandem with Predator drones, Special Forces A-teams, and Marine Corps platoons.

    The Plane That Would Bomb Iran

  • A-teams and HALO drops will not lend themselves to congressional interference and debate, which partisan politicians are sure to attempt.

    Letters to the Editor

  • To stop them, four six-man Green Beret A-teams were given the mission of holding a bridge astride the route.

    Inside The Invasion

  • A-teams and HALO drops will not lend themselves to congressional interference and debate, which partisan politicians are sure to attempt.

    Letters to the Editor

  • The Special Forces A-teams were the shock troops of the U.S. assault on the Taliban.

    The Death Convoy Of Afghanistan

  • The climax of the brief campaign began on Nov. 4, when the Northern Alliance launched a three-pronged assault on the major city in the north, Mazar-e Sharif, orchestrated and micromanaged by an assembly of Special Forces, including two A-teams. 595 members had been with Dostum at the surrender negotiations, and then again at the actual surrender at Yerganak.

    The Death Convoy Of Afghanistan

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