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  • 1overstrength — I. | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: over (II) + strength, n. : having personnel in excess of that prescribed by a table of organization : being in excess of the personnel prescribed by a table of organization praying fervently some office or… …

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  • 2management personnel — n. pl. Personnel having ovrall planning and direction responsibilities. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 3Personnel — Per son nel , n. [F. See {Personal}.] The body of persons employed in some public service, as the army, navy, etc.; distinguished from mat[ e]riel. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4cross-loading (personnel) — The distribution of leaders, key weapons, personnel, and key equipment among the aircraft, vessels, or vehicles of a formation to preclude the total loss of command and control or unit effectiveness if an aircraft, vessel, or vehicle is lost. It… …

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  • 5high-risk-of-capture personnel — US personnel whose position or assignment makes them particularly vulnerable to capture by hostile forces in combat, by terrorists, or by unfriendly governments. See also hostile; terrorist …

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  • 6high-risk personnel — Personnel who, by their grade, assignment, symbolic value, or relative isolation, are likely to be attractive or accessible terrorist targets. See also antiterrorism …

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  • 7isolated personnel — Military or civilian personnel separated from their unit or organization in an environment requiring them to survive, evade, or escape while awaiting rescue or recovery. See also combat search and rescue; search and rescue …

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  • 8non-unit-related personnel — All personnel requiring transportation to or from an operational area, other than those assigned to a specific unit (e.g., filler personnel; replacements; temporary duty/temporary additional duty personnel; civilians; medical evacuees; and… …

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  • 9personnel increment number — A seven character, alphanumeric field that uniquely describes a non unit related personnel entry (line) in a Joint Operation Planning and Execution System time phased force and deployment data. Also called PIN …

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  • 10personnel reaction time (nuclear) — The time required by personnel to take prescribed protective measures after receipt of a nuclear strike warning …

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  • 11retrograde personnel — Personnel evacuated from a theater who may include medical patients, noncombatants, and civilians …

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  • 12subversion of Department of Defense personnel — Actions designed to undermine the loyalty, morale, or discipline of Department of Defense military and civilian personnel …

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  • 13unit personnel and tonnage table — A table included in the loading plan of a combat loaded ship as a recapitulation of totals of personnel and cargo by type, listing cubic measurements and weight. Also called UP&TT …

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  • 14personnel — noun Etymology: French, from German Personale, Personal, from Medieval Latin personale, from Late Latin, neuter of personalis personal Date: 1837 1. a. a body of persons usually employed (as in a factory, office, or organization) b. personnel… …

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  • 15PERSONNEL — ELLE. adj. Qui est propre et particulier à chaque personne. Mérite personnel. Qualité personnelle. Venger une injure personnelle. Prov., Les fautes sont personnelles, On n est pas responsable des fautes d autrui.  Critique personnelle, Celle où l …

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  • 16PERSONNEL, ELLE — adj. Qui est propre et particulier à chaque personne. Mérite personnel. Intérêt personnel. Venger une injure personnelle. Ce fait m’est personnel. Dans cette remarque il n’y a rien de personnel, Rien qui s’applique à une personne plutôt qu’à une… …

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  • 17Anti-personnel weapon — An anti personnel weapon is one primarily used to injure or kill people. Because these do not discriminate between soldiers and civilians, there are international political movements to ban these various weapons. The most common use of this term… …

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  • 18List of National Public Radio personnel — The following is a list of National Public Radio personnel: Contents 1 President/CEO 2 Hosts 3 Commentators 4 NPR News 4.1 …

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  • 19M113 Armored Personnel Carrier — Infobox Weapon name=M113A3 caption= origin= United States type= Armored personnel carrier is vehicle= yes service= 1960–present used by= Numerous nations, see text wars= Vietnam War, Gulf War, others designer= design date= manufacturer= unit cost …

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  • 20National Personnel Records Center — The National Personnel Records Center is an agency of the National Archives and Records Administration, created in 1956. It is divided into two large Federal Records Centers located in St. Louis, Missouri. The records centers which comprise the… …

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