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to engage the enemy at close quarters

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  • Close Quarters Battle — (CQB) or close quarters combat (CQC) is a type of fighting in which small units engage the enemy with personal weapons at very short range, potentially to the point of hand to hand combat. In the typical CQB scenario, the attackers try a very… …   Wikipedia

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  • The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) — Infobox Military Unit unit name=The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) caption= dates=14 September 1866 country=Canada branch=Militia type=Line Infantry role=Light Infantry size=One battalion command structure=Royal Canadian… …   Wikipedia

  • The Last Samurai — This article is about the film. For the unrelated novel, see The Last Samurai (novel). The Last Samurai Theatrical release poster Directed by Edward Zwick …   Wikipedia

  • Close combat — For other uses, see Close combat (disambiguation). Close combat means a violent physical confrontation between two or more opponents at short range.[1][2] Contents 1 Armed and Unarmed Confrontations 2 …   Wikipedia

  • close — closable, closeable /kloh zeuh beuhl/, adj. closely /klohs lee/, adv. closeness /klohs nis/, n. v. /klohz/; adj., adv. /klohs/ or, for 56, /klohz/; n. /klohz/ for 66, 67, 70 72, 74, 75, /klohs/ for 68, 69, 73, v., closed …   Universalium

  • close — I. verb (closed; closing) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French clos , stem of clore, from Latin claudere to shut, close; perhaps akin to Greek kleiein to close more at clavicle Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. to move so as to bar …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • close — close1 [kləʊs] adjective 1》 only a short distance away or apart in space or time.     ↘dense: close print.     ↘(close to) very near to (being or doing something). 2》 denoting someone who is part of a person s immediate family, typically a parent …   English new terms dictionary

  • Types of military forces in the Napoleonic Wars — The types of military forces in the Napoleonic Wars represented the unique tactical use of distinct military units, or their origin within different European regions. By and large the military forces during the period had not changed… …   Wikipedia


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