Destroy Enemy

Some articles on destroy, enemy, destroy enemy:

USS Wasp (CV-18) - Service History - World War II - 1943–1944
... Antiaircraft fire was heavy, but the American planes braved it as they went on to destroy many of the Japanese aircraft still on the ground ... American submarines succeeded in sending two enemy carriers (Taihō and Shōkaku) to the bottom ... sent them with Admiral Lee's battleships in Ozawa's wake to locate and destroy any crippled enemy ships ...
Maneuver Warfare - Concepts
... view of warfare involves moving masses of men and material against enemy strongpoints, with the emphasis on the destruction of the enemy's physical assets - success as measured by enemy troops killed ... In attrition warfare the enemy is seen as a collection of targets to be found and destroyed ... exploits maneuver to bring to bear firepower to destroy enemy forces ...
Kanga Force - History
... troops at Lae and Salamaua and then later to start a limited offensive to harass and destroy enemy personnel and equipment in the area ... requested that ground raids be initiated against Lae and Salamaua to destroy enemy installations and, if possible, to occupy the airfields ... it was given the task to start a limited offensive to harass and destroy enemy personnel and equipment in the area ...
USS Vancouver (LPD-2) - Tour of Duty Begins
... and airborne modes against minor opposition and later destroy a fortified Viet-Cong-held village ... control from the ARG to the authorities ashore to assist in Operation Toledo a search-and-destroy mission to deprive the enemy of valuable caches of arms and supplies ... and South Vietnamese forces ashore to destroy North Vietnamese Army fortifications, bunkers, and supply caches in the area and to stem intensified infiltration across the DMZ ...
First Eagles: The Great War 1918 - Gameplay
... Mission types include Intercept Scramble to intercept incoming enemy bombers before they reach the target ... Offensive Patrol Patrol waypoints over the lines and destroy any enemy aircraft in the target area ... waypoints on your side on the lines and destroy any enemy aircraft in the target area ...

Famous quotes containing the words enemy and/or destroy:

    The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. When there is a gap between one’s real and one’s declared aims, one turns as it were instinctively to long words and exhausted idioms, like a cuttlefish squirting out ink.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

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    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)