What is manoeuver?

  • (verb): Act in order to achieve a certain goal.
    Synonyms: maneuver, manoeuvre
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on manoeuvers, manoeuver:

Aresti Catalog - Notation
... lines represent upright or positive-g manoeuvers and dashed lines represent inverted or negative-g manoeuvers these are sometimes depicted in red ... Stalled wing manoeuvers such as spins and snap (flick) rolls are represented by triangles ... Arrows represent rolling manoeuvers with numbers representing the extent and number of segments of the roll ...
Traffic Collision Avoidance System - TCAS Operation - Pilot/aircrew Interaction During A TCAS Event
... Aircrew Controller Traffic advisory (TA) Shall not manoeuver their aircraft in response to traffic advisories (TAs) only Remains responsible for ATC separation Should prepare for appropriate action if an RA ... that aircraft and any other aircraft affected as a direct consequence of the manoeuver induced by the RA, as long as the pilot reported the TCAS RA ...
Sinai And Palestine Campaign
... the British Empire forces having changed to the offensive, employed strategic manoeuver when the remaining Ottoman garrisons in the Sinai, at Magdhaba in December 1916 and at Rafa (on the border of Egypt and ... battles against strong Ottoman defences at Gaza in March when mounted brigades again employed manoeuver to successfully encircled the town, and in April ... minor operations the Egyptian Expeditionary Force succeeded in employing strategic manoeuver to encircle Beersheba with infantry and mounted divisions ...

More definitions of "manoeuver":

  • (verb): Perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to secure an advantage in attack or defense.
    Synonyms: maneuver, manoeuvre, operate

Famous quotes containing the word manoeuver:

    The General Order is always to manoeuver in a body and on the attack; to maintain strict but not pettifogging discipline; to keep the troops constantly at the ready; to employ the utmost vigilance on sentry go; to use the bayonet on every possible occasion; and to follow up the enemy remorselessly until he is utterly destroyed.
    Lazare Carnot (1753–1823)