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fight

(one's way) back (to something) to struggle to return to something or some place. She fought her way back to the head of the line. Jan fought back to good health.

fight

 (one's way) through (something)
1. to struggle to get through something; to struggle to penetrate something. I'll have to fight my way through all this crepe paper in order to reach the punch bowl. The room was filled with trash, and I had to fight through it to get to the other door.
2. to struggle to work through all of something. I have to fight my way through this stack of papers by noon. I am tired of fighting through red tape.
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It Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme (WCSP) consists of a Modular Protection System (MPS), Enhanced Electronic Architecture (EEA) and a Fightability Lethality Improvement Programme (WFLIP).
Warrior: Also sitting between two stools due to the delayed Fres programme, the British Army is looking at improving its Warrior through the WCSP (Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme) which includes four sub-programmes, the WFlip (Warrior Fightability Lethality Improvement Programme), the WEEA (Warrior Enhanced Electronic Architecture), the WMPS (Warrior Modular Protection System) and the ABSV (Armoured Battlegroup Support Vehicle).
This portion of the assessment will determine Land Warrior's impact to small units in combat, with a particular focus on fightability, lethality, survivability, battle command and situational awareness from squad to company-level operations.
providing system training, fightability analyses and field support; Exponent, Inc.
The purpose of the M1A2 SEP is to enhance the fightability of the system on today's battlefield while preparing the platform for tomorrow's challenges.
Swedish tank crews have been trained by General Dynamics technicians to operate Abrams tanks in trials that will include mobility, fightability, and maintenance exercises.