reb
Noun

reb (plural rebs)

  1. (US, historical) A Confederate soldier.
Related terms Noun
  1. Shortened form of Rebbe.
  2. An honorific used by traditional Jews, much like sir#English|sir and mister#English|mister/Mr#English|Mr.
    Reb Moshe Cohen - Mr. Moshe Cohen

Reb
Proper noun
  1. Shortened form of Rebecca.
Noun

reb (plural rebs)

  1. (US) Abbreviation of Rebel#English|Rebel.

REB
Noun

reb (uncountable)

  1. (chiefly, in a Russian context) electronic warfare and related techniques, equipment, or troops.
    • 2012, “A Slovenian Perspective on Cyber Warfare,” in Daniel Ventre, ed., Cyber Conflict: Competing National Perspectives, London: John Wiley & Sons, ISBN 978-1-84821-350-0:
      Even though the relationship between the Information Troops and the existing REB Troops is not completely clear, REB Troops were one of the few elements of the Russian forces whose performance did not suffer intense cricisism
      [note] REB Troops are the Voyska radioelektronnoy bor’by, or Voyska REB — the Russian military’s electronic warfare branch.
    • 2003, Anne C. Aldis and Roger N. McDermott eds., Russian Military Reform 1992–2002, London: Frank Cass Publishers, ISBN 0-203-01105-8:
      The Russian command created groupings of radio-electronic combat (REB) forces designed to work at the tactical control level. During the First Chechen War, REB forces experienced a narrow frequency range for their equipment and an insufficient level of automation.
    • 1992, Warship International, v 29, Rutland, Mass.: International Naval Research Organization, p 210:
      The development of a nuclear-powered ship with a standard-displacement of a 75,000–80,000 tons with an aircraft fleet of “No less than 7 LAk [carrier-based aircraft],” which included fighter aircraft, ground attack aircraft, and ASW, RTR [radio-relay support], REB [electronic warfare], and RLD [radar picket] aircraft and various types of helicopters.



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