Definition of Ground attack
1. Noun. An attack by ground troops.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ground Attack
Literary usage of Ground attack
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lucky War: Third Army in Desert Storm by Richard M. Swain (1999)
"Army commanders did not doubt that the execution of a ground attack would be necessary at some point, first, to drive dug-in enemy formations above ground ..."
2. Combat Air Power: Joint Assessment of Air Superiority Can Be Improved by Robert D. Murphy (1997)
"... Capabilities for Achieving Air Superiority Mission Defensive counter air Defeat enemy theater missile defenses ground attack only Current Joint Future ..."