Ground Attack Sorties

Some articles on attack, grounds, attacks, ground, sorties:

Irimi - Aikido
... The concept of irimi teaches one to blend with or enter into an opponent’s attack to become one with the opponent’s movement and leaving the opponent with ... This movement is utilized during the moment of the opponent’s attack ...
Zelda II: The Adventure Of Link - Gameplay - Combat System
... and crouching positions in order to attack enemies and defend himself for example, the Iron Knuckle enemy changes the height of its attack and its shield depending on Link's current stance, forcing ...
Go Strategy And Tactics - Attack and Defense
... What is important to remember is that in most cases the goal of an attack is not to kill the attacked group, but to gain territory or influence ... The attack is more or less used to restrict the opponent's options and make it impossible for him to make territory or influence himself ...
2004 Yanbu Attack
... The 2004 Yanbu attack was an attack by gunmen against Westerners on May 1, 2004, in Yanbu' al Bahr, Saudi Arabia ... Once on the grounds of the facility, they stormed the offices of the Texas-based ABB Lummus and killed seven people ... From 2003 to 2004, militants carried out attacks against the Saudi government and foreigners living there in an effort to topple the monarchy ...
No. 79 Squadron RAAF - History - World War II
... Darwin and responsible for protecting the town against air attack, suffering a shortage of these aircraft during June and July ... The main body of ground crew sailed from Sydney on 7 June ... Island on 26 June and began flying air defence sorties from Vivigani Airfield as part of No ...

Famous quotes containing the words ground and/or attack:

    When we dream about those who are long since forgotten or dead, it is a sign that we have undergone a radical transformation and that the ground on which we live has been completely dug up: then the dead rise up, and our antiquity becomes modernity.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Philosophy can be compared to some powders that are so corrosive that, after they have eaten away the infected flesh of a wound, they then devour the living flesh, rot the bones, and penetrate to the very marrow. Philosophy at first refutes errors. But if it is not stopped at this point, it goes on to attack truths. And when it is left on its own, it goes so far that it no longer knows where it is and can find no stopping place.
    Pierre Bayle (1647–1706)