Definition of Echeloned
1. echelon [v] - See also: echelon
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Echeloned
Literary usage of Echeloned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Technique of Modern Tactics: A Study of Troop Leading Methods in the by Paul Stanley Bond, Michael Joseph McDonough (1916)
"If the flank of a line is to be refused, the trenches should be echeloned to the rear. Otherwise the trenches on the flank will be subject to enfilade fire, ..."
2. Ironclads in Action: A Sketch of Naval Warfare from 1855 to 1895, with Some by Herbert Wrigley Wilson (1898)
"The next battleships of the " echeloned" turret type, the Edinburgh and Colossus, launched in 1886, are an enormous advance. Not only are the guns twice as ..."
3. Elements of Military Art and History: Comprising the History and Tactics of by Edouard La Barre Duparcq, Nicolas Edouard Delabarre-Duparcq, George Washington Cullum (1863)
"When several squares are to act together, they should be echeloned, so as to flank each other. Artillery is the most formidable opponent of the square. ..."
4. Professional Papers by the Corps of Royal Engineers ... Royal Engineers by Great Britain Army. Royal Engineers, Royal Engineers' Institute (Great Britain) (1887)
"But this is not the case for echeloned or deep formations as a whole. Taking first the case of echeloned formations, a second line, in order not to be under ..."
5. Catalogue of the Special Loan Collection of Scientific Apparatus at the by South Kensington Museum (1876)
"First essay of echeloned lens, polygonal form. Invented by No. 2. First echeloned lens, polygonal form, for flashing lights of the first ass. ..."
6. Organization and Tactics by Arthur Lockwood Wagner (1906)
"The reserve is usually echeloned on the opposite flank from the support. When this flank is covered by other troops or by natural obstacles, ..."