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absently, absentmindedly, absent-mindedly, abstractedly, inattentively - maim - militarily - bulwark, rampart, wall - ground, terrain - arquebus, hackbut, hagbut, harquebus - howitzer, mortar, trench mortar - hussar - behead, decapitate, decollate, deleave - rapier, tuck - armed - attentively, carefully, observantly - inadvertently, unknowingly, unwittingly - captain, skipper - company - dreamfully, dreamily, meditatively, moonily - execute, put to death - electronic warfare, EW - annihilate, carry off, decimate, demolish, destroy, eliminate, eradicate, exterminate, extinguish, wipe out, wreck - espionage, spying - arms control - Desert Fox, Erwin Rommel, Rommel - military training - action, military action - blockade, encirclement, encircling - defence, defense, defensive measure - action, military operation, operation - resistance - exercise, maneuver, manoeuvre, military exercise, simulated military operation - passive air defense - campaign, military campaign - Crusade - First Crusade - Second Crusade - Third Crusade - Fourth Crusade - Fifth Crusade - Sixth Crusade - Seventh Crusade - military mission, mission - assault, attack, onrush, onset, onslaught - air attack, air raid - banzai attack, banzai charge - SIGINT, signals intelligence - recce, recco, reccy - exploratory survey, reconnoitering, reconnoitring, scouting - fire, firing - suppressive fire - ECM, electronic countermeasures - electronic warfare-support measures, ESM - redoubt - beleaguering, besieging, military blockade, siege - match, oppose, pit, play off - call up, conscript, conscript for military service, draft, levy, mobilise, mobilize, rally - aggress, attack - militarisation, militarization, mobilisation, mobilization - armament, arming, arms supply, equipping - rearmament - demilitarization, disarmament, disarming - conscription, draft, muster, selective service - concentration - electronic jamming, interference, jam, jamming, radio interference - Dien Bien Phu - butcher, slaughter - kill, take s.o.'s life - destroy, put down - charge, load - civil - annex - engage, wage - assassinate, bump of, bump off, dispatch, do away with, eliminate, hit, liquidate, murder, off, polish off, remove, slay - execute - lynch - burn - acropolis - naval, ship, ship's - arrow - arrowhead - assault gun, assault rifle - assagai, assegai - A-bomb, atom bomb, atomic bomb, fission bomb, plutonium bomb - automatic firearm, automatic gun, automatic weapon - ballistic pendulum - bastion, citadel - bazooka - BB, BB shot - blockhouse - blunderbuss - brass knuckles, brass knucks, knuckle duster, knuckles, knucks - broadsword - bullet, round, slug - burp gun, machine pistol - cab, hack, hackney, hackney cab, taxi, taxicab - cannonball, cannon ball, round shot - carbine - cartouch, cartouche - arbalest, arbalist, ballista, bricole, catapult, mangonel, onager, trebuchet, trebucket - Chinese Wall, Great Wall, Great Wall of China - Colt - arbalest, crossbow - cutlas, cutlass - Excalibur - falchion - field artillery, field gun - firearm, piece, small-arm - fire ship - flamethrower, flame-thrower - fort, fortification, fortress, stronghold - Gatling gun - gun enclosure, gun turret, turret - halberd - hilt - fusion bomb, H-bomb, hydrogen bomb, thermonuclear bomb - knife - kremlin - longbow - machete, matchet, panga - Maginot Line - martello tower - matchlock - equipage, materiel, matériel, ordnance, weaponry - musket, muzzleloader - neutron bomb - atomic weapon, nuclear weapon, nuclear weapons - oubliette - handgun, pistol, shooting iron, side arm - missile, projectile - prong - sawed-off shotgun - school bus - scimitar - hunting gun, scattergun, shotgun - shotgun shell - shrapnel - Siegfried line - Spandau - stiletto - castle, fastness, fortified castle, fortress, stronghold - submachine gun - blade, brand, steel, sword - armored combat vehicle, armoured combat vehicle, army tank, tank - testudo - Thompson submachine gun, Tommy gun - Tower of London - caterpillar track, caterpillar tread, track - trident - trackless trolley, trolley, trolleybus, trolley bus, trolley coach - load, payload, warhead - arm, weapon, weapon system - arms, implements of war, munition, weaponry, weapons system - military science - decoration, laurel wreath, medal, medallion, palm, ribbon - Congressional Medal of Honor, Medal of Honor - Navy Cross - Silver Star, Silver Star Medal - Bronze Star, Bronze Star Medal - Order of the Purple Heart, Purple Heart - Victoria Cross - Distinguished Conduct Medal - Distinguished Service Order - Croix de Guerre - blast, blowup, burst, detonation, explosion - loss, personnel casualty - defence, defence force, defense, defense force - Navy, United States Navy, USN, US Navy - Marine Corps, United States Marine Corps, United States Marines, US Marine Corps, USMC - RAF, Royal Air Force - airforce, air force - armed service, military service, service - armed forces, armed services, force, forces, military, military machine, services, war machine - paramilitary, paramilitary force, paramilitary organisation, paramilitary organization, paramilitary unit - gendarmerie, gendarmery, national police - Mounties, RCMP, Royal Canadian Mounted Police - New Scotland Yard, Scotland Yard - military police, MP - shore patrol - secret police - Gestapo - division - Special Forces, U. S. Army Special Forces, United States Army Special Forces - division, naval division - shock troops - fifth column, Trojan horse - battery - foot, footsoldiers, infantry - militia, reserves - home reserve, National Guard - standing army - Union Army - Army, U. S. Army, United States Army, USA, US Army - military personnel, soldiery, troops - head - battlefield, battleground, field, field of battle, field of honor - field - battlefront, front, front line - ground - line - line of battle - military position, position - sector - adjutant, aide, aide-de-camp - adjutant general - arrowsmith - artilleryman, cannoneer, gunner, machine gunner - batman - brawler - brigadier, brigadier general - cannon fodder, fodder, fresh fish - captain - colonel - battler, belligerent, combatant, fighter, scrapper - commodore - cuirassier - field marshal - field-grade officer, field officer, FO - fusilier - general officer - footslogger, foot soldier, infantryman, marcher - Janissary - lancer - lieutenant colonel, lieutenant-colonel, light colonel - lieutenant commander - air marshal, lieutenant general - man-at-arms - devil dog, leatherneck, Marine, shipboard soldier - military officer, officer - musketeer - para, paratrooper - P.O., petty officer, PO, U.S.P.O. - quartermaster general - rear admiral - 2nd lieutenant, second lieutenant - man, military man, military personnel, serviceman - sniper - vice admiral - warlord - warrant officer - warrior - Daniel Morgan, Morgan - peak, point, tip - tilt angle, tilting angle - military rank, military rating, paygrade, rating - duty tour, enlistment, hitch, term of enlistment, tour, tour of duty[Domaine]

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