armored forces

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  • The armored forces made several failed attempts to break through to the building.
  • The threat of Soviet armored forces and all-weather attack operations had become more serious.
  • After the armored forces were all out of the fight, an order was given to withdraw.
  • Later he worked as an operations officer in the armored forces command, and then was promoted to deputy commander of it.
  • The attacks increased pressure on the government as the army amassed infantry and armored forces along the border.
  • Furthermore, it was found that handling of armored forces during the campaign left much to be desired.
  • Furthermore, it was found that the handling of armored forces during the campaign left much to be desired.
  • Assault guns are guns mounted in armored vehicles designed to provide direct fire support for infantry and armored forces.
  • As darkness fell, Adan ordered the armored forces out of the city.
  • Capable officers left cavalry to pursue career in the Armored Force.
  • Second, US armored forces were better equipped and trained.
  • Japan comes to the rescue by deploying armored forces with surviving British units.
  • This definition was later extended to highly mobile infantry as well as mechanized or armored forces.
  • Germany's armored force was not especially impressive from a technical standpoint at the start of the war.
  • The United States deploys extensive support to the South, including military aircraft, armored forces and naval vessels.
  • This was probably due to the nature of the fighting in Ukraine, where the Germans had most of their armored forces.
  • During the evening it was found that infiltrated in Charlottenburg enemy armored forces could not develop in the successful defense.
  • The creation of mechanised and tank units marked the dawn of a new branch of armed forces, which would be called armored forces.
  • The shield is green and white for the Armored Force.
  • As little as three minutes after being contacted, they could strike the designated target, thereby freeing the armored forces to continue their advance.
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