MOUTManaged Object Under Test
MOUTMilitary Operation in Urban Terrain (US DoD)
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I know some o' you has berry brig mout, brigger dan oders; but den de brig mouts sometimes has de small bellies; so dat de brigness ob de mout is not to swallar wid, but to bite off de blubber for de small fry ob sharks, dat can't get into de scrouge to help demselves.
According to Colonel Pierre Santoni, the French Army's former commanding officer for its Centre d'Entrainement en Zone Urbaine (Urban Zone Training Centre) located in northeast France, intrinsic to prevailing in MOUT is, first and foremost, a matter of having or acquiring as deep an understanding of the urban environment as possible.
DefendIR is well-suited for MOUT training and evaluation," said Nirav Pandya, general manager of ICx Imaging Systems.
As a result, trap doors are routinely included as part of the configuration of the mobile MOUT.
The MOUT site's theater also proved to be the ideal place to conduct classroom training and after action reviews (AARs).
For a week in early December 2006, Soldiers from the 64th Military Police Company's third platoon trained with the SEAL teams at the Elijah and Hargrove MOUT facilities at Fort Hood in preparation for deployment.
In the course of the second half of the twentieth century, a number of countries have built MOUT training sites.
They had to react to ambushes; identify and clear improvised explosive devices (IEDs), mines, and booby traps; and conduct MOUT training.
Specifically, the Scouts conducted zone reconnaissance on the live-fire lane and observation post activities at the MOUT site, while D Company established outer cordon positions at the MOUT site and conducted escort missions for the convoy STX lane.
However, it was a training scenario conducted by the 55th Military Police Company, 94th Military Police Battalion, at the Yongtari MOUT training facility in South Korea.
While MOUT is mentioned several times, including in every picture caption, Shughart and Gordon are mentioned only twice, near the end of the article and then only in passing.