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ALBAmicale Laïque de Bruz (French photography club)
ALBAmicale Laïque de Billère (French social club)
ALBAir Light Beacon
ALBAssociated Labour Benefits
ALBAmazing Levitating Boulder (caver slang)
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Jaisalmer (Rajasthan) [India], Dec 20 ( ANI ): The Indian Army's Southern Command, conducting exercise 'Hamesha Vijayee', is out in the deserts of Rajasthan to evaluate the capability of the armed forces to strike deep into the enemy territory in an integrated air-land battle.
The cohesion and experience of Deptula's planners facilitated their shift from the paradigms of Air-Land Battle to Warden's independent air campaign and Deptula's new tactics.
This year's huge annual U.S.-South Korean military exercise, Team Spirit, was a dry run of an air-land battle deep strike in conjunction with the use of nuclear weapons.
More likely, we're told, North Korea plans to exploit a political crisis in South Korea by infiltrating small groups of guerrillas against whom American nuclear weapons and an air-land battle would be useless.
We are engaged on a nonlinear battlefield that demands resources beyond the traditional Cold War-era air-land battle planning and "combined-arms" operations.
Only two months later, it fought in America's first-ever air-land battle for the French village of Vaux.
The Nieuport 28s belonged to the 1st Pursuit Group of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF), and in a few days it would fight in America's first air-land battle.
The experience of the Horizon Squadron is likely to prove valuable in air-land battles of the future.
Kaplan argues that David Petraeus and his fellow insurgents succeeded in changing the Army from an institution focused on fighting Cold War-style air-land battles against conventionally equipped uniformed opponents to a more flexible force prepared to conduct wars among the people.