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formation a particular arrangement, esp. of military troops. [1/4 definitions]
fort a fortified building or position used by military troops for protection and defense. [1/2 definitions]
fraternize to have friendly or intimate relations with a member or members of a hostile or alien group, such as occupying enemy troops or civilians in an occupied country. [1/2 definitions]
halt1 used as a command to stop forward motion, as to marching troops or to a person entering a restricted area. [1/4 definitions]
inspection an official review or examination, as of military troops or barracks. [1/2 definitions]
irregular of troops, not belonging to the regular army of a nation. [1/10 definitions]
lance a spearlike weapon with a long shaft and pointed metal head, used by mounted troops. [1/3 definitions]
land mine an explosive device concealed beneath the surface of the ground, that is detonated by pressure, as of moving troops or vehicles.
levy the collection or conscription of money, property, or troops by a government or other authority. [1/4 definitions]
line of battle troops, tanks, ships, and the like positioned to fight.
logistics (used with a sing. or pl. verb) the aspect of military science relating to the procurement and distribution of equipment and supplies and the maintenance and transportation of troops. [1/2 definitions]
LST abbreviation of "landing ship, tank," a seagoing military vessel designed during World War II to support amphibious operations, and used primarily to land troops, supplies, vehicles, and heavy equipment onto beaches.
maneuver a planned military movement, as of troops, ships, or tanks. [2/8 definitions]
Mekong Delta an expansive delta region formed by the Mekong River in southeast Vietnam, whose wetlands make it a major rice producer. The Mekong Delta was a scene of heavy combat between U.S. and Viet Cong troops during the Viet Nam War.
mobilization the act of assembling and preparing (troops or the like) for active military duty or service to a country. [1/3 definitions]
mobilize to assemble and prepare (troops or the like) for active military duty or service to a country. [1/4 definitions]
move in to cause (troops or the like) to intervene in a bad situation. [1/6 definitions]
movement a change of position of military troops, ships, weapons, or supplies. [1/8 definitions]
move out (of troops) to leave for a new post. [2/4 definitions]
muster to cause (troops or the like) to come together. [1/5 definitions]
outpost an outlying military post, or the troops stationed there. [1/2 definitions]