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Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge : Illustrated with Upwards of 150 Elegant Engravings. E - I by William Nicholson
When an army is upon the march, the grand guards which should mount that day serve as an advanced guard to the army: in small parties six or eight horse are sufficient, and these ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1823)
Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved
Advanced GUARD, is a party of either horse or foot, ...
Containing an Explanation of the Principal Terms Used in Mathematics, Artillery, and Fortification; and Comprising the Substance of the Latest Regulations on Courts Martial, Pay, Pensions, Allowances, Etc. ; a Comparative Table of Ancient and Modern Geography ; Achievements of the British Army ; with an Address to Gentlemen Entering the Army by E. S. Norman Campbell
Vide Advanced Guard. Main Guard, is the principal Guard in a Garrison, or that from whence the other Guards are detached. Baggage Guard, is an Officer's Guard in charge of the Baggage of a Corps on the march. Quarter Guard.
An Illustrated World View by Byron Farwell
Advanced Guard. Any body of troops on the march or stationary that are positioned between the main body and the ...
The Military Dictionary (1987)
advanced guard—(NATO) The leading element of an advancing force. The primary mission is to insure the uninterrupted advance of the main body. It has the following functions: a. To find and exploit gaps in ...
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