observation post


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While setting up the observation post, the troops had found a spring-fed cistern well.
The incident occurred in the evening as a patrol of 1st Royal Anglian Regiment troops were driving to the gates of Kabul observation post, atop a hill on the western side of the city.
CPL KEV CURRIE, 34, from Bathgate, West Lothian, currently at Romeo 11 Observation post in the Camlough Mountain, sent these festive greetings: "To all my friends and family - a Happy Christmas and great New Year.
On March 10, BP security guards arrested three Greenpeacers at a wind-powered observation post near BP Amoco's "no-trespass zone.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit considered whether the trial court properly sustained the prosecution's objections to cross-examination questions into the location of a police observation post.
Colonel Richard Dodge, a prominent frontiersman, told of a running herd of bison 25 miles wide that took five days to pass his observation post.
You clim a spiral staincase in a four-level bunker built in the early 1900s and used in both world wars as a military observation post.
A spokesman of the Israeli Army said these raids targeted locations for firing missiles and one observation post used by Palestinian factions.
The UN observers were on a regular supply mission and were stopped near Observation Post 58, which had sustained damage and was evacuated this past weekend following heavy combat in close proximity, at Jamla.
The 27-year-old was part of the Fire Support Group manning Observation Post "Tir" in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province when he was killed by small arms fire.
The serviceman, from 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh, was manning an observation post in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province when his patrol came under attack from small arms fire, the Ministry of Defence said.

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