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  • The title Combined Ops is taken from an old military term used when two services, like the Army and RAF, would join forces during war.

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  • ALICE (1) - Accelerators and Lasers in Combined Experiments.

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  • Freshman had been run by a British military unit called Combined Operations, better known as the Commandos.

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  • Freshman had been run by a British military unit called Combined Operations, better known as the Commandos.

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  • Olympic Committee's sportsman of the year this year, but Todd Lodwick competes in a sport not many Americans are familiar with – Nordic Combined, which is normally dominated by Europeans.

    Ski lessons with Olympian Todd Lodwick

  • The most successful Marine program, known as the Combined Action Platoons CAP, sent squads to protect villages alongside South Vietnamese militia.

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  • Freshman had been run by a British military unit called Combined Operations, better known as the Commandos.

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  • Freshman had been run by a British military unit called Combined Operations, better known as the Commandos.

    Shadow Knights

  • Update: The US command will in fact be called Combined Joint Task Force-101 CJTF-101; the 101st has the following troops in country: ...

    101st Airborne replaces 82nd Airborne in Afstan

  • The joint patrol, known as a Combined Action Platoon, or CAP, was a counterinsurgent tactic from Vietnam, where squads of fourteen marines lived for a year or more with local militias of about thirty farmers.

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