two armored

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  • Two armored cars tried to approach the east bank but were destroyed by two anti-tank rifles.
  • The command vehicles were used on the two armored squadrons, with one vehicle each.
  • This was the first-ever battle fought between two armored warships and marked a turning point in naval warfare.
  • At least two armored cars were borrowed by the mounted police to transport heavily armed tactical team members.
  • The rearguard managed to destroy two armored cars and block the road for the remaining cars.
  • He abandoned his two armored cars and took with him the remaining serviceable artillery piece, a crucial decision.
  • The Palmachniks destroyed the camp and several vehicles, including two armored cars, without losses.
  • He took with him the power that consisted of two carriages and Pickup where soldiers and two armored.
  • The ships had two armored decks to protect the ship from vertical attacks.
  • Leipzig was the third ship in the German line, behind the two armored cruisers.
  • Each of the ship's gun ports was protected by two armored shutters, each thick.
  • The was an early class of two armored cruisers operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy.
  • When the division received orders to deploy to Vietnam it was told to leave its two armored battalions behind.
  • The design had two armored decks of medium thickness rather than the single thicker deck used formerly.
  • Torpedo boats also sank two armored cruisers and two destroyers during the course of the war.
  • Two 8-ship squadrons would be placed in reserve, along with two armored and twelve light cruisers.
  • Under the new configuration, the brigade included one mechanized infantry and two armored battalions.
  • The army's organizational structure was traditionally based on two armored divisions and two mechanized divisions.
  • They were backed up by two armored vehicles from the 1st Armored Division.
  • Another armed attack was directed on two armored cars by three partisans, which resulted as a failure but without partisan casualties.
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