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What does TACES stand for?

TACES stands for Tactical Exercise (various locations)

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Muscat, Apr 23 (ONA) The 23rd Infantry Brigade of the Royal Army of Oman (RAO) today executed the tactical exercise NASR (victory) 23/2 which concluded the various stages of the exercise carried out by the 23rd Infantry Brigade since April 8th, with the support of the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) and a number of formations and units of RAO.
Exercise Joint Warrior is co-ordinated by a core team of Royal Navy and RAF personnel who make up the Joint Tactical Exercise Planning Staff based at Northwood HQ in London and personnel taking part will be deployed at the Joint Warfare Operations Centre based at Her Majesty's Naval Base Clyde in Faslane, Scotland.
The graduation ceremony of the officer cadets course and the limited service officers course follows their military training courses, as well as tactical exercises according to the training plans pursued by RAO Command that meet latest developments in training studies.
St James's Palace said: "These tactical exercises are designed for the Apache pilots to achieve Limited Combat Ready status and gain experience working in terrain and altitude similar to that which the Apache crews may experience on deployment overseas.
He has been trained to fly the Apache attack helicopter and will carry out live firing and tactical exercises in the mountains and desert near the Mexican border before moving on to Gila Bend.
Before participating in the LDX, student seminars not only conduct a tactical exercise without troops (TEWT) in downtown Columbus, but MCCC students also participate in one or two tactical decision exercises as well as classes covering urban terrain analysis, the history of insurgency, asymmetric intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB), the targeting process, the task organization and capabilities of a Stryker brigade combat team, and tactical considerations for urban operations.