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  • Military power — may refer to: The armed forces of a nation A great power, in a military context The maximum power setting of a military jet aircraft (without afterburner) This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …   Wikipedia

  • Military Power of the People's Republic of China — is a publication of the United States Department of Defense that provides an estimation of the military power and strategy of the People s Republic of China. The Defense Department is required to annually produce and issue the report under… …   Wikipedia

  • Military power projection — Power projection (or force projection) is a term used primarily in American military and political science to refer to the capacity of a state to conduct expeditionary warfare, i.e. to implement policy by means of force, or the threat thereof, in …   Wikipedia

  • Soviet Military Power — Иллюстрация из журнала Soviet Military Power, показывающая подземную базу атомных подводных лодок. Soviet Military Power (рус …   Википедия

  • Soviet Military Power — was a publication of the United States Department of Defense. It provided an estimation of the military power and strategy of the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The purpose of which was to provide an estimation of the capabilities of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Military aid to the civil power — (MACP) (sometimes to the civil authorities) is assistance by the armed forces to the civil authorities of the state with the provision of specialist equipment or trained personnel. It is used in many countries, including Canada and the United… …   Wikipedia

  • Military doctrine — is the concise expression of how military forces contribute to campaigns, major operations, battles, and engagements. It is a guide to action, not hard and fast rules. Doctrine provides a common frame of reference across the military. It helps… …   Wikipedia

  • Military Aid to the Civil Power — (MACP) (sometimes to the Civil Authorities) is assistance by the armed forces to the police in maintaining law and order. It is used in many countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom. United Kingdom MACP is one of the fundamental… …   Wikipedia

  • Military history of South Africa — This article is part of a series Conflicts Khoikhoi Dutch Wars Anglo Dutch rivalry Xhosa Wars Zulu Ndwandwe civil war Battles between Voortrekkers …   Wikipedia

  • Military Order of Calatrava —     Military Order of Calatrava     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Military Order of Calatrava     Founded in Castile, in the twelfth century, as a military branch of the great Cistercian family.     In the Cistercian Order, then only recently formed… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Military of Cuba — Military of CubaMilitary manpowerMilitary age17 yearsAvailabilitymales age 15 49: 3,134,622 females age 15 49: 3,022,063 (2004 est.)Fit for military servicemales age 15 49: 1,929,370 females age 15 49: 1,888,498 (2004 est.)Reaching military age… …   Wikipedia

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