logistical

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  • Significant logistical operations take place to bring people into the festival by public transport each year.
  • The required logistical changes have been made but the cost of the whole project has increased.
  • American forces would also be involved, mainly providing logistical, naval and engineering support.
  • The logistical set up required for the events often starts as early as February.
  • In addition to the logistical problems, the security also created safety problems.
  • These nations provided combat troops, support troops, and logistical support for the invasion.
  • Given the logistical difficulties, limited service slowly increased, with full service later in the evening.
  • The coast guard continued to supply logistical and technical support on an as needed basis.
  • By acting as additional logistical arm and leaving the actual combat to them.
  • The location of the plant led to significant logistical issues for the manufacturing process.
  • The most serious of these was the logistical situation of the attack.
  • However, due to logistical problems, the album was released to Europe in December.
  • The navy did provide some logistical support for the battle.
  • These women fed the troops when all other logistical arrangements broke down.
  • This can be done in units in reserve positions, logistical units or at medical companies.
  • These resources range from artillery, air defence, and intelligence to additional logistical support.
  • In part this was because his army lived off the land and had no big logistical 'tail'.
  • Both attacks made good progress initially but were then slowed by logistical problems.
  • The main logistical issue with the events was the poor transport service, with only a narrow road to the hill.
  • The election proved to be a logistical challenge as no similar election had ever been conducted on a world wide scale.
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