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Bat·tle

(bat'ĕl),
William H., English surgeon, 1855-1936. See: Battle sign.
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[ClickPress, Mon Jun 10 2019] Global Battlefield Management Systems Market Research Report 2019 to 2025 A battle management system provides the military unit with an integrated common operating picture (COP), which utilizes collaborative planning tools to enhance the decision-making skills of the troops.
EACH year the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (KOYLI) Battlefield Tours organises pilgrimages to the battle areas of the First World War.
EACH September, the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Battlefield Tours organise pilgrimages to the battle areas of the First World War.
Byline: BEN CATLEY-RICHARDSON BATTLEFIELD GOTHIC: ARMADA 2 PC ....
BIt feels like a step back, given the distinctive setting of the previous title, which sprawled Battlefield's brand of 64-player team-based conflict across the lesser known BATTLEFIELD V PC, Xbox One, PS4 .....
From jumping into a Panzer tank and piloting a Spitfire in the skies to supplying squadmates and building new fortifications to protect the team, this is World War 2 like only Battlefield can do.
EA said that its upcoming war shooter "Battlefield V" will not have a Premium Pass.
Electronic Arts and DICE have released a timeline detailing the post-launch content that will be added to "Battlefield V." The post-launch content schedule revealed that the game's battle royale mode, called Firestorm, won't be available until early 2019.
Q I'D like to take my father on a battlefield tour of First World War sites.
Taking an applications-oriented view, "Military Communications in the Future Battlefield" by Marko Suojanen (who is a researcher in the Information Technology Division at the Fininsh Defence Research Agency and holds an M.Sc.
Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study and the American Battlefield Trust have closed on the Trust’s $4 million purchase of 14.85 acres associated with the 1777 Battle of Princeton.Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study and the American Battlefield Trust have closed on the Trust's $4 million purchase of 14.85 acres associated with the 1777 Battle of Princeton.