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NOUN   a combat zone | combat zones
SYNO combat area | combat zone | tenderloin
átakasvæði {hv}
combat zone
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Translation for 'combat zone' from English to Icelandic

combat zone
átakasvæði {hv}hern.
Usage Examples English
  • It allows the safe and rapid movement of infantry in a combat zone, minimising casualties and maximising mobility.
  • On 1 July, "Shangri-La" got underway from Leyte to return to the combat zone.
  • "Cyberpunk Red: Combat Zone" is a tabletop miniature wargame by R. Talsorian Games and Monster Fight Club, to be released in 2023.
  • Although the Fourth Geneva Convention attempted to erect some legal defenses for civilians in time of war, the bulk of the Fourth Convention devoted to explicating civilian rights in occupied territories, and no explicit attention is paid to the problems of bombardment and the hazardous effects in the combat-zone.
  • Australia requires deployment to a combat zone. In the UK "Everyone who has performed military service for at least one day and drawn a day’s pay is termed a veteran."
  • Still, they are eligible for 'forward deployment', which means that they may be posted to a combat zone to perform support tasks.
  • This match originated at the 2003 Combat Zone Wrestling Tournament of Death II, and at the 2006 IWA-MS Queen of the Deathmatch, Amy Lee took on Sexxxy Eddy in this match.
  • Shortly after the war the 187th ARCT was considered for use in an Airborne drop to relieve the surrounded French garrison at Dien Bien Phu in Vietnam but the United States, at that time, decided not to send its troops into the combat zone.
  • The Bronze Star Medal (BSM) is a United States Armed Forces decoration awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces for either heroic achievement, heroic service, meritorious achievement, or meritorious service in a combat zone.
  • There are circumstances that allow for a name to be added to the Memorial, but the death must be directly attributed to a wound received within the combat zone while on active duty.
  • This allows it to travel from its operating base to the combat zone in a much shorter time and makes it a far more difficult target for most anti-submarine weapons.
  • A Parachute regiment is an airborne infantry military unit of paratroopers, trained in parachuting into a combat zone.
  • During this period, Tajiri had multiple CZW World Heavyweight Championship matches in the Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) promotion.
  • Ground-to-air cooperation was not yet systematic in any army of the period, but given sufficient warning ground attack aircraft could support ground troops even during an enemy attack in an attempt to interdict the enemy units before they come into tactical combat zone.
  • A Yeoman 3rd Class, Sward soon became the head of the ship's library, while serving in the combat zone during the Korean War.
  • Delaware has been home to professional wrestling outfit Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW). CZW has been affiliated with the annual Tournament of Death and ECWA with its annual Super [...] 8 Tournament.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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