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- Mechanization is the process of changing from working largely or exclusively by hand or with animals to doing that work with machinery. In an early engineering...
- the various mechanised battalions being brought together under a single cap badge as the Mechanised Infantry Regiment in 1979. The Mechanised Infantry Regiment...
- Mechanised agriculture is the process of using agricultural machinery to mechanise the work of agriculture, greatly increasing farm worker productivity...
- 1936, it already had four mechanised corps, six separate mechanised brigades, six separate tank regiments, fifteen mechanised regiments within cavalry...
- English) or armored warfare (American English; see spelling differences), mechanised warfare or tank warfare is the use of armoured fighting vehicles in modern...
- battalion to the United Nations UNOSOM II force in Somalia in 1993, the 35th Mechanised Infantry Battalion to Kosovo, a regiment to Kuwait during the Iraq War...
- global pharmaceutical R&D expenditures. Agriculture is intensive, highly mechanised and efficient by European standards, producing about 60 per cent of food...
- a fine light-infantry, limited mobility force into a high-mobile and mechanised combined arms force. The anti-war movement was gaining strength in the...
- Czerwieńsk 12th Szczecin Mechanised Division "Bolesław III Krzywousty" in Szczecin 12th Staff Battalion in Szczecin 2nd Legionary Mechanised Brigade "Marshal...
- antitank weapons, and other tanks were used. Even with large-scale mechanisation, infantry remained the backbone of all forces, and throughout the war...
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