amphibious operation

NOUN
  1. a military operation by both land and sea forces
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How To Use amphibious operation In A Sentence

  • The docking bay, with doors at the stern of the ship, can be flooded for amphibious operations using small landing craft.
  • Furthermore, the analyst must not only understand these subjects within the context of ground operations but also as they relate to air and amphibious operations.
  • In terms of the geographic scope of the landing area and the size of the invasion force, Operation Overlord far exceeded any amphibious operation in history.
  • Medical support for the amphibious operation was meticulously planned and successfully executed in the landings on Utah and Omaha Beaches.
  • The number of troops committed to operations in the colonies or to amphibious operations around the periphery of the enemies' coastline were negligible. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000
  • All are capable of amphibious operations and can carry 1,000 marines and scores of tanks and armoured personnel carriers. Times, Sunday Times
  • British amphibious operations had succeeded in the past when they had been directed against targets where the navy could deprive the enemy of supplies and reinforcements. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000
  • It jibbed at invading England in 1940, though it did undertake a number of amphibious operations in the Baltic Sea in June 1941, and later in the Black Sea.
  • The geography of the Philippine archipelago forced the Army and Navy to collaborate on amphibious operations.
  • Given the lead time indispensable to a huge amphibious operation, a commitment was needed forthwith. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445
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