defense posture

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  • A strong defense posture gives weight to our values and our views in international negotiations. ...
  • Bow Long-distance weapon, I stiff in the form of take after one turn defense posture which was.
  • The Vietnam war, both materially and psychologically, affected our overall defense posture. ...
  • The United States can afford and must provide the increased expenditures to implement fully this necessary program for strengthening our defense posture. ...
  • They are best known for their unique defense posture of curling up their tails, exposing their bright red-orange posterior, ventral surface when threatened. ...
  • This feature partners with foreign governments and entities to enhance the global cybersecurity defense posture. ...
  • As a congressman Laird had supported a strong defense posture and had sometimes been critical of Secretary McNamara. ...
  • Given this reality that our military dominance can and will extend for some considerable time to come, provided we are prepared to use it, why then is a re-examination of American defense posture and doctrine important? ...
  • In designing its defense posture, the United States has adopted the doctrine of employing "decisive or overwhelming force." ...
  • The absence of a direct and daunting external security threat is, of course, a most obvious aspect of the difficulty in defining the future defense posture of the nation. ...
  • In this defense posture, they secrete an irritating substance, with a very unpleasant smell. ...
  • All units of the Georgia Air National Guard play an active role in supporting Georgia's homeland defense posture, providing airlift, engineering and communications resources and abilities.
  • U.S. arms, he maintained, must constantly be under civilian command and control, and the nation's defense posture had to be "designed to reduce the danger of irrational or unpremeditated general war". ...
  • Operation Cyber Condition Zebra is a network operations campaign conducted by the United States Navy to deny network intrusion and establish an adequate computer network defense posture to provide defense-in-depth and warfighting capability.
  • Taking up a defense posture Adama prepares to engage the incoming Cylons with several people still on the planet and the possibility of the Cylons retrieving information on the location of Earth. ...
  • In 1982, McNamara joined several other former national security officials in urging that the United States pledge not to use nuclear weapons first in Europe in the event of hostilities; subsequently he proposed the elimination of nuclear weapons as an element of NATO's defense posture. ...
  • The party platform adheres to the practical pillars of modern conservatism, including small government, fiscal sanity, a sound defense posture, and the preservation of individual rights and freedoms, but it rejects social conservatism in favor of libertarian social ideals. ...