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What does ROE stand for?

ROE stands for Rules Of Engagement

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They may have broken the legal rules of engagement and combat but I do not recall, when being called up at the age of 18 in the Royal Marines with thousands of other young men, being told of any rules.
They did not try to prevent journalists from covering the events, but the rules of engagement and the lack of professionalism on the part of the soldiers led to serious incidents that could have been avoided," the group added.
The former US presidential candidate said the new commander of the 140,000 US and NATO soldiers had indicated there could be adjustments to the rules of engagement with the war bogged down after almost nine years.
6/29/2010 5:19:30 PM The US general set to takeover command of foreign forces in Afghanistan has said that he will consider changing rules of engagement designed to protect civilians.
Byline: Daily Star Staff Summary: United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will ask the Security Council in the next few days to extend the mandate of peacekeepers in South Lebanon for one year without amendment to the mission's rules of engagement, according to Lebanon's Al-Mustaqbal newspaper.