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    • Military organization

      Military organization or military organisation is the structuring of the armed forces of a state so as to offer military capability required by the national defense policy. In some countries paramilitary forces are included in a nation's armed forces, though not considered military. Armed forces that are not a part of ... Read »


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    • Cadre (military)

    • A cadre (UK: /ˈkɑːdər/ or US: /ˈkædreɪ/) is the complement of commissioned officers and non-commissioned officers of a military unit responsible for training the rest of the unit. The cadre may be the permanent skeleton establishment of a unit, around which the full unit can be built if needed. In ... Read »


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    • Captain General of the Church

    • The Captain General of the Church (Italian: Capitano generale della Chiesa) was the de facto commander-in-chief of the papal armed forces during the Middle Ages. The post was usually conferred on an Italian or other noble with a professional military reputation or (later) a relative of the pope. The parallel office of ... Read »


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    • Chief of defence

    • The Chief of Defence (CHOD) is the highest ranked commissioned officer of a nation's armed forces. The term CHOD is in common use within NATO and the European Union as a generic term for the highest national military position within the NATO and EU member states, rather than the actual term used for individual position ... Read »


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    • Combat readiness

    • Combat readiness is a condition of the armed forces and their constituent units and formations, warships, aircraft, weapon systems or other military technology and equipment to perform during combat military operations, or functions consistent with the purpose for which they are organized or designed, or the managing o ... Read »


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    • Command and control

    • Command generally refers to the ability to "dominate an area of situation". There are several definitions of command and control (C2). According to older versions of U.S. Army FM 3-0, C2 in a military organization is the exercise of authority and direction by a properly designated commanding officer over assigned and a ... Read »


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    • Command hierarchy

    • Command hierarchy

      A command hierarchy is a group of people who carry out orders based on authority within the group.. It can be viewed as part of a power structure, in which it is usually seen as the most vulnerable and also the most powerful part. In a military context, the chain of command is the line of authority and responsibil ... Read »


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    • Commander-in-chief

    • A commander-in-chief is the person or body that exercises supreme operational command and control of a nation's military forces or significant elements of those forces. In the latter case, the force element is those forces within a particular region, or associated by function. As a practical term, it refers to military ... Read »


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    • Force structure

    • A force structure is the combat-capable part of a military organisation which describes how military personnel, and their weapons and equipment, are organised for the operations, missions and tasks expected from them by the particular doctrine of the service or demanded by the environment of the conflict. Force struct ... Read »


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    • Front (military)

    • A military front or battlefront is a contested armed frontier between opposing forces. It can be a local or tactical front, or it can range to a theater. A typical front was the Western Front in France and Belgium in World War I. ... Read »


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    • Herringbone (formation)

    • A Herringbone is one type of military formation (named after the Herringbone pattern). When in a Herringbone formation, the person at the front of the squad faces forward, while the rest of the squad lines up behind them, facing left and right, alternating as such. The final member of the squad in the herringbone form ... Read »


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    • Lieutenants Protection Association

    • In military terms, a Lieutenants Protection Association (sometimes also called a "Lieutenants Protection Agency" or "LPA") is an informal group of junior officers. Many young offers find the Lieutenant Protection Association/Agency community is the best way to make an impact and a successful start to their military car ... Read »


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    • Lifeguard (military)

    • Leibgarde (also life-guard, or household troops) has been, since the 15th century, the designation for the military security guards who protected Fürsten (royal and noble ranks) — usually members of the highest nobility who ruled over states of the Holy Roman Empire and later its former territory — from da ... Read »


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    • Line officer

    • In the United States Armed Forces, the term line officer or officer of the line refers to a U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine, U.S. Air Force or U.S. Coast Guard commissioned officer who exercises general command authority and is eligible for operational command positions, as opposed to officers who normally exercise authority wi ... Read »


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    • Military administration

    • Military administration identifies both the techniques and systems used by military departments, agencies, and Armed Services involved in the management of the armed forces. It describes the processes that take place within military organisations outside of combat, particularly in managing military personnel, their tra ... Read »


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    • Military branch

    • Military branch (also service branch or armed service) is according to common standard the subdivision of the national armed forces of a sovereign nation or state. In classical terminology, the three basic military branches are the Army, Air Force, and Navy. Countries which do not have access to any of the high se ... Read »


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    • Military elite

    • Elite military units are, by definition, units that require a much higher standard of competency for its personnel in comparison to regular units, therefore elite units are often tasked with more difficult tasks, whether it be highly specialised tasks such as operations deep behind enemy lines or less specialised tasks ... Read »


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    • Military incompetence

    • Military incompetence refers to incompetencies and failures of military organisations, whether through incompetent individuals or through a flawed institutional culture. The effects of isolated cases of personal incompetence can be disproportionately significant in military organisations. Strict hierarchies of command ... Read »


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    • Military Manpower Administration

    • The Military Manpower Administration (Hangul: 병무청; Hanja: 兵務廳; RR: byeongmu-cheong) is one of a military organizations in South Korea and is run under the Ministry of National Defense. The headquarters are in Seo District, Daejeon. ... Read »


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    • Platoon leader

    • A platoon leader (NATO) or platoon commander (more common in Commonwealth militaries and the US Marine Corps) is the officer in command of a platoon. This person is usually a junior officer — a second or first lieutenant or an equivalent rank. The officer is usually assisted by a platoon sergeant. Some special uni ... Read »


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    • Replacement depot

    • A replacement depot or repple depple is a military unit containing reserves or replacements for troops in front-line formations. The U.S. Army slang term "repple depple" came into vogue during World War II. These depots were used by the US Army in Europe in World War II, but were found to be ineffective as the men ass ... Read »


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    • Royal Guard

    • A Royal Guard describes any group of military bodyguards, soldiers or armed retainers responsible for the protection of a royal person, such as Emperor/Empress, King/Queen, or Prince/Princess. They often are an elite unit of the regular armed forces, or are designated as such, and may maintain special rights or privile ... Read »


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    • Squad leader

    • In the US military, a squad leader or squad commander is a Non-Commissioned Officer who leads a squad of typically 9 Soldiers (US Army: squad leader and two fireteams of 4 men each) or 13 Marines (US Marine Corps: squad leader and three fireteams of 4 men each) in a rifle squad, or 3 to 8 men in a crew-served weapons s ... Read »


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    • Team leader

    • A team leader is someone who provides guidance, instruction, direction and leadership to a group of other individuals (the team) for the purpose of achieving a key result or group of aligned results. The team leader reports to a manager (overseeing several teams). The team leader monitors the quantitative and qualitati ... Read »


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    • Under arms

    • Under arms describes a state of military readiness (actual or ceremonial). Typically, troops are considered "under arms" when they are in uniform, on duty, and carrying a weapon (rifle, side-arm, or sword), as opposed to being in uniform, on duty, but not carrying a weapon. Soldiers not actually carrying a weapon but ... Read »


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    • Unity of command

    • Unity of command is ensuring unity of effort under one responsible person (or commander) for completing a task. This unity of command is one of the twelve principles of joint operations, and is defined as: Unity of command means that all forces operate under a single commander with the requisite authority to direct a ... Read »


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