Though considerably better off than we have been, their infantry units were rotating at the rate of 3:2:3 i.e., three years in combat zone
, two years in a peace station and again three years in combat.
I begin by exploring the story DARPA writes in its solicitation document to analyze what Combat Zones
that See means to DARPA.
Military suicides both in and outside combat zones
have reached record levels.
Military personnel seriously injured or ill within a designated combat zone
in Southwest Asia are airlifted to a military medical facility in Germany.
Will the emergency rooms turn into karate combat zone
if a few doctors and patients decide to exchange punches?
Casscells asking his staff if the military was discouraging aspirin use by people deploying to combat zones
where they stood risk of injury.
The Savings Deposit Program is available only to those serving in designated combat zones
In my career, I've been deployed to many combat zones
. Aircrews flying into harm's way sometimes utilize what are unofficially referred to as "combat air patches." Such patches are worn only during flight and customarily on missions into hazardous locations.
The court has ruled that sending our boys into combat zones
unsuitably equipped is a breach of their human rights.
Transporting the vehicles to combat zones
also is tough for Marines because the trucks cannot fit aboard the amphibious ships that carry Marine equipment and supplies.
The Geneva Conventions characterize contractors who accompany forces as noncombatants, but contractor tasks in today's combat zones
bring these civilians into situations that force them to act in self defense.
soldiers are sent into combat zones
despite histories of psychological problems.