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BATTBirmingham Area Technology Task Force (Alabama)
BATTBulimic Automatic Thoughts Test (psychology)
BATTBenzoic Acid Tolerance Test
BATTBattery
BATTBritish Army Training Team
BATTBattalion
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In March 1915 the battalion moved to the Andover area and at the end of April to Perham Down Camp on Salisbury Plain.
A battalion is usually composed of 400 to 500 soldiers.
There are no battalion level medical assets to support field or garrison operations, and the absence of a medical section and PA contributes to a significant medical readiness deficit.
One of the important lessons learned regards ways to improve the effectiveness of brigade engineer battalion (BEB) assets attached to supported battalions.
Battalion CBRN warrant officers also have seven to 10 fellow CBRN warrant officers who assist them in the battalions.
The call also went out for a battalion of "young commercial men" and this was achieved in less than a week, with the Newcastle Commercials holding their first drill on the field at Newcastle Royal Grammar School.
Army element of the 2nd NATO Signal Battalion has a unique opportunity to foster interoperability across NATO while building partner capability, which directly contributes to enhancing collective security across the alliance.
Duguid piped the McCrae's out of Edinburgh and then again at Southampton docks where the battalion set sail - bound for the Somme.
ISLAMABAD -- India will raise five more battalions to be deployed in occupied Kashmir to suppress the Kashmiris just struggle for securing their inalienable right to self-determination.
The 113th Battalion began recruiting in November 1915 and trained at Camp Sarcee in Calgary until September 1916.
Birmingham Daily Post invites all who will be willing to join the new battalion to send in their names and address.
The battalion S1 plays an integral role in the effective manning of a brigade in today's force reduction.