banzai charge

  1. a mass attack of troops without concern for casualties; originated by Japanese who accompanied it with yells of `banzai'
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  • So he will go for the maximum demands bare-headed — what a commenter prevously called a banzai charge. Belmont Club » Double Down
  • When the Japs pulled one of their so-called banzai charges, we’d just sit there and mow ’em down. Brotherhood of Heroes
  • 29The bodies of Japanese soldiers lie strewn across a hillside after being shot by U.S. soldiers as they attempted a banzai charge over a ridge in Guam, in 1944.
  • Then, before dawn on 29 May, they launched one of the biggest banzai charges of the war which overran two command posts and a medical station before being halted.
  • Now from Guadalcanal and out to the jungle islands and so on, the Japanese military doctrine was destruction of the enemy at the water's edge, and the tactic they used was what we call the banzai charge. Okinawa: The Last Battle of World War II
  • The title offers an uncensored experience with unique enemies and combat variety, including Kamikaze fighters, ambush attacks, Banzai charges and cunning cover tactics, as well as explosive on-screen action through the all new four-player cooperative campaign. ‘Call of Duty: World at War’ Images
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