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Extra resources for Dictionary of military and associated terms : 12 April 2001 (As Amended Through April 2010)
Armistice — In international law, a suspension or temporary cessation of hostilities by agreement between belligerent powers. 3) armistice demarcation line — A geographically defined line from which disputing or belligerent forces disengage and withdraw to their respective sides following a truce or cease fire agreement. Also called cease fire line in some United Nations operations. Also called ADL. See also armistice; cease fire; cease fire line; peace operations. , rocket launchers, guided missiles, guns — internal and pods, paraflares — (external and SUU-44/25 dispenser).
It is used as far from the force as control conditions permit, giving added protection against raids that use the most direct routes of approach. See also combat air patrol. barrier, obstacle, and mine warfare plan — A comprehensive, coordinated plan that includes responsibilities; general location of unspecified and specific barriers, obstacles, and minefields; special instructions; limitations; coordination; and completion times. The plan may designate locations of obstacle zones or belts. It is normally prepared as an annex to a campaign plan, operation plan, or operation order.
2. In the intelligence context, the direct extraction and tailoring of information from an existing foundation of intelligence and near real time reporting. It is focused on and meets specific, narrow requirements, normally on demand. (JP 2-0) apportionment — In the general sense, distribution for planning of limited resources among competing requirements. , air sorties and forces for planning) are described as apportionment of air sorties and forces for planning, etc. See also allocation; apportionment (air).