Warfare

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

guerrilla warfare   (guerra de guerrillas)

Bloody guerrilla warfare ensued in East Pakistan.

This battle was a great example of guerrilla warfare.

Her grandfather was murdered in the Philippines due to guerrilla warfare.

electronic warfare   (guerra electrónica)

VAQ-130 is the oldest electronic warfare squadron in the U.S. Navy.

The Northern Fleet received the Samarkand electronic warfare systems in 2017.

The electronic warfare system is capable of detecting and jamming hostile radars.

trench warfare   (guerra de trincheras)

The book is a graphic account of trench warfare.

WW1 trench warfare caused daggers and fighting knives to come back in play.

The fighting bogged down into static trench warfare for the remainder of the war.

warfare against   (guerra contra)

This happened in connection with the American economic warfare against Britain in the 1807–15 period.

During the late World War II, guerilla warfare against the Wehrmacht and RSI troops took place in the area.

The Salvadoran Army received 379 M67s between 1981 and 1992 and used them in urban warfare against the FMLN rebels.

psychological warfare   (guerra psicológica)

He also helped organize the army's first psychological warfare section.

Morale Operations training included psychological warfare and propaganda.

Linebarger was a US Army officer, a noted East Asia scholar, and an expert in psychological warfare.

naval warfare

This novel design was to revolutionize naval warfare.

It remained a common element of the medieval naval warfare.

After his return to the USSR he attended the naval warfare school.

chemical warfare

It was investigated as a chemical warfare agent starting in 1940.

Executive action on BW was followed by congressional action on chemical warfare (CW).

On chemical warfare Nixon reaffirmed no-first-use of chemical weapons by the United States.

biological warfare

The Clinic has been linked to the biological warfare program of North Korea.

Rudimentary forms of biological warfare have been practiced since antiquity.

Entomological warfare (EW) is a type of biological warfare that uses insects to attack the enemy.

submarine warfare   (guerra submarina)

Another revolution in submarine warfare came with .

However this changed in 1917, after German submarine warfare resumed on February 1, 1917.

In January 1917, Germany started unrestricted submarine warfare to try to starve Britain into submission.

antisubmarine warfare   (guerra antisubmarina)

The primary mission of the Seabat was antisubmarine warfare (ASW) and it carried dipping sonar.

There, through May, she provided target services to ships conducting antisubmarine warfare exercises.

This tour of duty also saw her engaged in various antisubmarine warfare exercises with the Philippine Navy.

warfare between

Battle A battle is a combat in warfare between two or more armed forces.

Medieval Spain and Portugal saw almost constant warfare between Muslims and Christians.

As a result, in 1874, fierce warfare between Yamtuan Antah and Tunku Ahmad Tunggal erupted.

modern warfare

Young boys often took part in battles during early modern warfare.

The TDF reservist is comparably poorly equipped for modern warfare.

Ambushes have been used consistently throughout history, from ancient to modern warfare.

amphibious warfare   (guerra anfibia)

The Navy deployed them on the decks of ships and for use in amphibious warfare.

These campaigns provided the troops with valuable experience in amphibious warfare.

Presently, the Mk5s operate from the amphibious warfare ships HMS "Albion" (L14) and HMS "Bulwark" (L15).

open warfare   (guerra abierta)

This provided a temporary respite from open warfare but Greece was in ruins.

It weakened the resistance which went from open warfare to insurgent warfare.

In 2017, tensions in the English-speaking territories escalated into open warfare.

jungle warfare   (guerra de la jungla)

The Imperial Japanese Army used tankettes for jungle warfare.

The Brigade was reformed in September 1943 as a training formation for jungle warfare replacements.

The Guatemalan army has a special forces unit (specializing in anti-insurgent jungle warfare) known as the Kaibiles.

guerilla warfare   (guerra de guerrillas)

He was an expert in the art of guerilla warfare.

Avantibai resorted to guerilla warfare to fend of the British army.

guerilla warfare) the Dinara, the Venetian-Ottoman border for centuries.

warfare training

The British Army Garrison in Belize is used primarily for jungle warfare training, with access to over 5,000 square miles of jungle terrain.

For several years, the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project at Sandia Base, New Mexico, had provided all atomic, biological, and chemical (ABC) warfare training for the Air Force.

These men were reinforced by skiers and mountain climbers from the 86th Infantry Regiment, and the regiment conducted ski and mountain warfare training for the next several months.

siege warfare

The term is an evolution of the concept of "sortie" in siege warfare.

The means of prolonging a battle was typically by employment of siege warfare.

In the Siege of Jerusalem of 614 AD, after 21 days of relentless siege warfare, Jerusalem was captured.

unconventional warfare   (guerra no convencional)

In forcing capitulation, however, one or both sides may eventually resort to unconventional warfare tactics.

The Special Force Brigade is responsible for conducting special reconnaissance, unconventional warfare and counter-terrorism operations.

To conduct specialized operations such as reconnaissance, unconventional warfare, urban warfare, combat search and rescue, and counter-terrorism.

unrestricted submarine warfare   (guerra submarina sin restricciones)

In January 1917, Germany started unrestricted submarine warfare to try to starve Britain into submission.

Late in October, Germany discontinued unrestricted submarine warfare and, early in November, sued for peace.

During the First World War, he spoke out against the unrestricted submarine warfare and supported a peace agreement.

urban warfare

Fighting continued into the next day and turned into urban warfare.

The Salvadoran Army received 379 M67s between 1981 and 1992 and used them in urban warfare against the FMLN rebels.

Point shooting is often included in military tactical training, alongside other topics such as combatives and urban warfare.

aerial warfare

Completed in 2017, it features aerial warfare and be set in World War II.

In 1914, Lawrence Sperry was in Europe and observed the developing techniques of aerial warfare, including the use of aircraft.

It was also in this war when countries first used aerial warfare, in the form of reconnaissance balloons, to a significant effect.