Civilian

İfadeler ve örnek cümleler

civilian population   (sivil nüfus)

It has no civilian population and is used for tourism.

The local civilian population does not answer to Israel.

The territory has legally no permanent civilian population.

highest civilian   (en yüksek sivil)

The medal is the highest civilian award bestowed by Congress.

He was also decorated with France's highest civilian honour in 2000.

He was awarded the Padmashri, fourth highest civilian award of India, in 2012.

military and civilian   (askeri ve sivil)

US military and civilian aid was to be increased.

and vehicles both military and civilian alike.

The course hosts numerous military and civilian golf events.

civilian life   (sivil yaşam)

In civilian life, Acevedo worked as an engineer.

The behaviour is more common in the military than in civilian life.

He then returned to civilian life and worked as a charter pilot in Kenya.

civilian award   (sivil ödül)

The medal is the highest civilian award bestowed by Congress.

In 2018, Kaul was awarded with the civilian award Padma Shri.

He was awarded the Padmashri, fourth highest civilian award of India, in 2012.

civilian casualties   (Sivil kayıplar)

However, bombings tend to be small-scale and civilian casualties are rare.

In Sri Lanka, the civilian casualties were second only to those in Indonesia.

Despite this there were no reports of civilian casualties after the incident.

civilian and military

It is used for both civilian and military traffic.

The air show features both civilian and military pilots.

Ancient Greece developed machines in both civilian and military domains.

civilian honour   (sivil onur)

He was also decorated with France's highest civilian honour in 2000.

In 2016, he was awarded the Padma Shri, India's fourth-highest civilian honour.

In 1957, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honour.

highest civilian award

The medal is the highest civilian award bestowed by Congress.

He was awarded the Padmashri, fourth highest civilian award of India, in 2012.

He has also been awarded Goa's highest civilian award, the "Gomant Vibhushan".

civilian government   (sivil hükümet)

ECOMOG eventually troops retook Freetown and installed a civilian government.

These threats continued until 25 May when the civilian government was installed.

In response, by autumn, OHL pressed for a rapid change to a civilian government.

civilian use

Lympne returned to civilian use on 1 January 1946.

Postwar, Sea Otters were converted for civilian use.

At the end of 1945, it was returned to civilian use.

civilian deaths

The number of civilian deaths is unknown.

He knew, but ignored, the near-inevitability of civilian deaths.

Montt won this partial victory at an enormous cost in civilian deaths.

highest civilian honour   (en yüksek sivil onur)

He was also decorated with France's highest civilian honour in 2000.

In 1957, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honour.

He was a recipient of the third highest civilian honour of India, the Padma Bhushan.

fourth highest civilian

He was awarded the Padmashri, fourth highest civilian award of India, in 2012.

In 2000, he was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in the India.

He was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of India, in the year 2015.

civilian employees

Initially, rescue efforts were led by the military and civilian employees within the building.

US Army troops did most of the work, but civilian employees received an additional $170.00 in wages.

It was re-activated on July 17, 2012, bringing some of the functions in-house under civilian employees.

civilian personnel   (sivil personel)

As of the end of 2017, the department had 3,837 sworn personnel and 658 civilian personnel.

and they are made up of military and civilian personnel specialized in their different areas of function.

Then as of December 21, 2018, the number of U.S. military and civilian personnel still unaccounted for is 1,592.

civilian clothes   (sivil kıyafetler)

Daryl notes one wore civilian clothes, suspecting there may have been a breach.

According to the judge, the two Spanish policemen were dressed in civilian clothes.

A Polish civilian worker at the farm had helped them by hiding civilian clothes for them.

first civilian

Conté appointed his first civilian Minister of Defense in 1997.

She is believed to have been the first civilian killed in the Rising.

One year after retiring in 1971, McNitt was appointed the first civilian dean of admissions at the Naval Academy.

civilian airport

Until 2003, the civilian airport shared runways with RAAF Base Fairbairn.

The City of DeLand began developing a civilian airport in the 1920s, with the first asphalt runway laid ‘’c.’’ 1936.

Price learns that Yuri was formerly an associate of Makarov, but betrayed him during a terrorist attack on a civilian airport.

returned to civilian

Lympne returned to civilian use on 1 January 1946.

At the end of 1945, it was returned to civilian use.

After the war, the airport was returned to civilian ownership.

civilian aircraft

At least 35 MANPADS attacks on civilian aircraft are on record.

The move was made by the Military Air Transport Service and by civilian aircraft.

Vickers purchased the site in 1946 for £330,000, which allowed them to produce civilian aircraft.

civilian service

The length of civilian service is always twelve months.

(Not to be confused with Alternative civilian service.)

They were also obliged to enter the military or civilian service.

civilian control   (sivil kontrol)

Armed Forces of Ecuador The Military of Ecuador is under civilian control.

They served as an auxiliary force for civilian control and protection of villages.

It generally has been an apolitical force where civilian control of the military predominates.

both civilian

It is used for both civilian and military traffic.

The air show features both civilian and military pilots.

Ancient Greece developed machines in both civilian and military domains.

civilian targets

Likewise, Mazari's forces were also accused of attacking civilian targets in the west.

The group became increasingly violent in 2017, carrying out attacks on government and civilian targets.

Independently, Vulnetari units often attacked ethnic Serbs and carried out raids against civilian targets.

civilian populations

He emphasized the needs of America's allies, both those under arms and the civilian populations, for American produce.

However, reports on the Marne taxis had a real effect in boosting the morale of French Army, and its civilian populations.

The Turkish forces massacred civilian populations, the principal places being Panagurishte, Perushtitza, Bratzigovo, and Batak (see Batak massacre).

civilian rule

The newly adopted constitution decreed that a military command be subordinated to civilian rule.

The CSP continued to ban political parties and organizations, yet promised a transition to civilian rule and a new constitution.

The CSP continued to ban political parties and organisations, yet promised a transition to civilian rule and a new constitution.

civilian police

In about 20% of these cases, the civilian police forces assisted.

3,000 military and civilian police were mobilised at Wethersfield.

About 70 members strong, it is organized along military lines, although officially a civilian police unit.

civilian honor

In 2007, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honor.

The Government of India awarded him the fourth highest civilian honor of the Padma Shri in 2017.

In 2011, Obama awarded Bush with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the United States.

third highest civilian

In 2007, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honor.

In 1957, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honour.

He was a recipient of the third highest civilian honour of India, the Padma Bhushan.

return to civilian   (sivile dön)

Glen Art Glen Art is a Scottish charity helping those from a military background return to civilian life.

Following his return to civilian life, Colonel Edwards held various municipal offices in the city of Boston.

Antonescu ignored this advice, pushing Coroamă to resign from the army and return to civilian life in Piatra Neamț.

civilian market   (sivil pazar)

The civilian market has also seen a growth in cost of avionics.

The pistol is known as the M951 "Brigadier" on the civilian market.

Post-war the company returned to the civilian market building steamers and colliers.

number of civilian   (sivil sayısı)

The number of civilian deaths is unknown.

The EHS began in 1939 to cope with the expected high number of civilian casualties from German air raids.

The urban areas of Darwin also suffered some damage from the raids and there were a number of civilian casualties.

civilian administration

Constantine's reforms had to do only with the civilian administration.

In 14 towns, the civilian administration was handed over to Polish officials.

His last role in the IDF was as head of the civilian administration of the West Bank.

against the civilian   (sivillere karşı)

Soon after his arrival in Warsaw he stepped up terror measures directed against the civilian population.

They committed sabotage, diverted regular forces, and committed numerous atrocities against the civilian population.

On the night of 25 March 1971, the Pakistani Army launched its violent campaign against the civilian population of Dhaka.