Noun(1) status in a society or organization(2) a body of troops arranged in a line(3) a diffraction grating consisting of a pile of plates of equal thickness arranged stepwise with a constant offset
(1) the rear echelon(2) there are two planes, lying in echelon with one another(3) As each flight started on the downwind leg the ships reformed in an echelon to the right and completed before-landing checklists.(4) The platoon in reserve moves to the right, assuming the bottom position in the new fight echelon .(5) Let us now consider in more detail defense operation in the tactical echelon .(6) Force Delta, which was the sea echelon of the second airborne battle group, left Germany on 26 July and closed on Beirut between 3 and 5 August.(7) The marines' assault echelon had three hours to offload before tidefall threatened to beach their ships.(8) Unlike the defense of Stalingrad, the fronts had a two-echelon operational disposition of forces where tank armies for the first time formed the second echelon .(9) The second echelon was comprised of an armored division and a corps army aviation brigade.(10) Restoring the corps echelon became an urgent necessity as early as the counteroffensive off Moscow.(11) From the phalanx to the legion, from the tercio to l' ordre mixte, from the panzer division to fronts in echelon , conventional warfare has featured coherent formations, each trying to break the other.(12) As planned, we moved the formation to starboard echelon and tried to re-enter for the break.(13) The brigade must echelon its assets to either provide observation of the enemy from acquisition to destruction, or to pass and receive targets indirectly from adjacent units as contact is lost.(14) The 21st and 70th armies of the front operated in the second echelon .(15) In some armies, tanks were attached to rifle divisions of not only the first but also the second echelon of the corps.(16) Medical personnel still accompany the infantrymen, artillerymen, and engineers, known as alpha echelon , who execute a parachute assault to conduct and support airfield seizure.
(1) echelon form :: pepa echelon
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Different Formsechelon, echelons
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