Uey


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chuck a U-ie

To make a U-turn. Primarily heard in Australia. Dang it, I forgot my keys! Chuck a U-ie up ahead so I can go back and get them.
See also: chuck

hang a U-ie

To make a U-turn. Primarily heard in US, Australia. Dang it, I forgot my keys! Hang a U-ie up ahead so I can go back and get them.
See also: hang

pull a U-ie

To make a U-turn. Primarily heard in US, Australia. Dang it, I forgot my keys! Pull a U-ie up ahead so I can go back and get them.
See also: pull

whip a U-ie

To make a U-turn. Primarily heard in US, Australia. Dang it, I forgot my keys! Whip a U-ie up ahead so I can go back and get them.
See also: whip
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Then, as WIN-T begins fielding in UEx units we'll "cascade" to the UEy the displaced JNN components.
The UEy will be supported by single-function, primarily Reserve Component, MP brigades.
When a piece of equipment cannot be fixed by on-system repair it must be taken back to the UEx or UEy level to a Component Repair Platoon or Component Repair Company.
Signal support organizations will drastically reduce the need for remote signal sites on hilltops, thereby minimizing the requirement for force protection of those remote sites, and reduce the wheeled-vehicle footprint of existing signal support units at the UEy (theater and corps), UEx (division), and BCT levels.
Your BCT, UEx and UEy FECs are "FSEs" redesigned to coordinate that fullspectrum joint capability.
The intelligence component of the future force will realize tremendous intelligence capabilities composed of the right organizations, technologies, and equipment from the BCT level up to UEy.
The smaller, army-centric UE is currently called a UEx, and the larger, multi-service, theater-wide UE is currently designated a UEy.
Data for the report were derived from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY) Community Study, the Early Development Instrument (EDI), and NLSCY and EDI data collected from across the UEY communities.
As each proponent laid out its plan, it became evident that much of the force required to fight a UEx battle resides in the UEy echelon.
At the UEy, a portion of the DTSS is colocated with the intelligence section.
We expect to have a decision on the UEy structure by December 2004.
The UEy will direct theater support and land component operations.
Signal support to the UEy will come from within NETCOM/9th ASC's subordinate brigades in the form of the Integrated Theater Signal Battalion.
There will also be small, deployable, mobile DCGS-A configurations specifically designed to support senior commander's (JTF, UEy, and tactical-level higher headquarters similar to division-level organizations of today [UEx]) in the forward areas to broker ISR support between fixed sites, forward, and adjacent units.
As the Army moves from division and corps formations toward the Future Force of UEx/ UEy design, technology will continually enable faster and more voluminous TOC information flow to commanders.