The statement also explained that seven military battalions, two special forces battalions, a gendarmerie special operations battalion, two police special operations teams and numerous village guards took part in the operations.
What does MB stand for?
MB stands for Military Battalion
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More than a year ago, Israel agreed to allow Egypt to deploy seven military battalions and six companies in Sinai, including tank units, in addition to the forces permitted by the peace treaty signed in 1979.
NNA - 21/3/2012 - Lebanese Army Chief, General Jean Qahwaji, on Wednesday toured a number of military battalions and units in Akkar and Ras Baalbeck, and closely inspected field measures adopted to control borders and protect citizens' security.
He was de facto commander of Vostok, an elite Russian military battalion established to fight separatists in Chechnya, and until 2008 he was officially in command of the biggest pro-Moscow militias outside the control of Kadyrov.
Afterwards, the cortege will form outside the church and, escorted by a marching military battalion and band, will proceed via the Malahide Road to Artane Roundabout, where the marching military escort will end.
Books of condolences have been opened, all flags on Government buildings will fly at half-mast and his cortege will be escorted by a military battalion and band for what is expected to be the biggest funeral in the Republic in years.
A conventional military battalion is broken down into numerous specialty sections just like the NYPD.
Firdaus, spokesman of Aceh's Iskandar Muda Military Regional Command, told Kyodo News the rebels were killed during a raid by two military battalions, or about 1,500 soldiers, in the village of Siron in Greater Aceh Regency, about 65 kilometers east of the provincial capital of Banda Aceh.