Covered position


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Covered position

Use of an option in a trading strategy in the underlying asset which is already owned.
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Changing the disposition of friendly troops can reduce the risks as well, namely ensuring troops are in covered positions. The JFIRE manual bases RED on three assumptions: "friendly troops are standing unprotected in the open, in winter clothing and helmet, and on a line perpendicular to the line of fire." Clearly, combat rarely adheres to these assumptions.
Carter then left his covered position again and ran back to retrieve Behr's radio.
Without hesitation, Seay ran from his covered position while under intense enemy fire, picked up the grenade and threw it back to the North Vietnamese position.
There are a lot of different carry systems as well as carry locations, but the best remains the strong side belt holster." He adds that, "concealed carry techniques are nothing more than marksmanship skills from a covered position".
The Section 218 agreements cover positions, not individuals; therefore, any worker filling a position similar to a covered position must have FICA taxes withheld.