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    military jargon again

    "Seize the last front line in the storage area"

    i have no idea what this command could mean. can someone please help me?

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    Re: military jargon again

    Have you got more context? I'd say that it could mean that the are supposed to advance that far.

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    Re: military jargon again

    gosh, not really, it's extremely blurry to me as well.

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    Re: military jargon again

    It's unclear because storage and front lines are not obvious partners.

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