At the end of 1978, when Vietnamese troops invaded Cambodia, the ensuing turbulence completely disrupted the nation's economic activity, particularly in the countryside, which once again became a war theater traversed by a massive population movement.
As the Indonesia-Malaysia confrontation intensified, Panggabean was appointed commander of the 2nd War Theater, with authority over the troops in Borneo.
The title refers to the idea that Svalbard was as central in a potential Cold War war theater as Orion's Belt, a central asterism in the constellation Orion.
In the fall of 1938, he was appointed as the Deputy Commander of the 4th War Theater, and then Deputy Commander of the 6th War Theater and commander-in-chief of the upper reaches of the Yangtze River.
area of north central Florida designated a mock "war theater" stretching roughly from Tampa to Titusville to Starke to Apalachicola in which war games were conducted.
A small number was captured by Germany, which placed them in service under the designation Panzerbefehlswagen M42 772 (i): they were employed in the Italian war theater until the end of hostilities.
Returning home in November 1951, she departed again for the Korean war theater in April 1952, again supporting units of TFs 77 and 95.
Though there were untold numbers and types of problems facing the generals and admirals in the war theater, the largest single problem was how to boost and keep up the morale of the hundreds of thousands of servicemen under their command.
The US Armed Forces maintain an investigational drug application for the AVPC-Riyadh antivenom in the event of envenomation of soldiers in the Gulf War theater of operations, and the Florida Antivenin Bank, managed by the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department, maintains Sanofi Pasteur's Scorpifav antivenom for the deathstalker.
Because of his stance against regular army command, the state was denied a shipment of arms that was instead diverted to frontier areas and the war theater.
But once Count Tilly falls during the Battle of Breitenfeld outside of Leipzig, King Gustavus Adolphus rapidly moves the war theater to Franconia and Bavaria, just south of Grantville.
The problems faced by the previous owners, namely the companies Norddeutscher Lloyd and Compagnie de Navigation Sud-Atlantique, primarily among these being the heavy consumption of coal fuel, seems not to play a significant role during this period since the French government used every available vessel to support its military actions in the Balkan war theater, and certainly issues of fuel economy was not in its priorities.
In addition to the content from the original game, it added a number of simulated planes and battlefields and introduced the Continuation War theater.."
He worked for the organization of the Sarajevo War Theater in addition to serving as a director and art manager of Kamerni Theatre 55.
F/A-18 Korea was set in a fictitious future Korea war theater and featured support for 3DFx graphics cards.
First acting participation with SARTR (Sarajevo War Theater) in the play Ana Karenina (he played Ložač), and from 1 July 2008 he became an employed member of acting ensemble of SARTR.
Anti-Japanese sentiment in the United States would peak during World War II, when they were belligerents in the Pacific War theater.
The human casualties were around 15,000; many of them were youths massacred on suspicion of being part of the insurrection due to the infiltration of anti-government guerillas from the Pacific of Nicaragua whom used the city as a war theater.
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