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  • Typically, departments follow the command-post model used in Miami-Dade County to lead a manhunt, according to Knight.

    ‘Oh Christ, Not Again’

  • I was shown a mobile command-post tent carried by five trucks and big enough for a circus that has given up aerial acts.

    The Backside of War

  • So, given that Kyrtian gave no orders to urge them on from his hilltop command-post, they began the easier task of taking charge of those who surrendered.


  • With no army to command and no war to fight, the Young Lords were hardly in need of a command-post, although they were still full of an im-potent defiance.


  • Peng led them off to his personal Type 90 command-post vehicle.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • Dill was talking to the captain outside the command-post bunker, telling him about the time on Okinawa he had guided a flamethrower tank across open ground, to burn a

    I Don't Talk Service No More

  • They went down to the fourth floor, to the little room they had fitted out as command-post, control room and office for Operation Shoonoo.

    Oomphel in the Sky

  • "The exercise started this morning," a spokesman of the US-South Korea Combined Forces Command CFC told AFP, referring to the annual computer-assisted simulation command-post exercise.

    The Australian | News |

  • The comment came after South Korea and the United States announced the start of their 10-day Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise - an annual computer-assisted simulation command-post exercise involving tens of thousands of troops. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • (USFK), made the proposal to South Korea during the Key Resolve command-post exercise that ended Thursday, the source told The Korea Times.

    The Marmot's Hole


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