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Members of the elite Gurkha contingent of the Singapore Police Force are posted at the embassies to enhance their security.

Cohortes equitatae These were cohortes with a cavalry contingent attached.

The soldiers were wiped out by a warrior contingent numbering almost

Joint Chiefs of Staff updated their contingency plans (drawn up before the bombing halt of 1968) for the resumption of bombing in the north and recommended it to the president, who approved it on 8 May.

Exercise tests 21st Theater Sustainment Command's ability to operate in contingency environments, 21st Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs.

Complexity, contingency, and the interdependence of system components are major obstacles to prediction in ecosystem science.

Role 1HSB is a rapidly deployable medical facility able to support all contingency as requested by the Australian Defence Force (ADF).

In the summer of 1995, Alpha company was called out with Task Force 1-5 CAV on a contingency response to hostilities in the Persian Gulf.

Since an individual can have different contingency plan for each history and the game may be repeated an indefinite number of times, there may in fact be an infinite number of such contingency plans.

;Department of Defense The Department of Defense (DOD) is monitoring the swine flu situation and has contingency plans to deal with such outbreaks.

4.Detailed task analysis and the idealized models created through task analysis failed to capture the complexity and contingency of real-life action.

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