Definition of Military formation

1. Noun. A formation of troops.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Military Formation

military censorship
military ceremony
military chaplain
military commission
military control
military court
military dentistry
military drill
military engine
military engineer
military engines
military exercise
military exercises
military expedition
military force
military formation (current term)
military governor
military greeting
military group
military headquarters
military hospital
military installation
military intelligence
military issue
military junta
military law
military leader
military machine

Literary usage of Military formation

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Fundamentals of Military Service by Lincoln Clarke Andrews, Leonard Wood (1916)
"Two different interpretations of a command are enough, if acted upon by individuals, to convert a military formation into a mass from which it can be ..."

2. Details of Military Medical Administration by Joseph Herbert Ford (1918)
"Prohibition of any military formation except setting up exercises before breakfast. 2. Statement of inability of troops to stand severe exercise until ..."

3. A Journal of the Great War by Charles Gates Dawes (1921)
"military formation will be kept on the boat deck and " B " deck and in front of the two boats on " C " deck, according to instructions and drill already ..."

4. A Journal of the Great War by Charles Gates Dawes (1921)
"military formation will be kept on the boat deck and " B " deck and in front of the two boats on " C " deck, according to instructions and drill already ..."

5. The Advocate of Peace by American Peace Society (1902)
"... about the streets firing, or fall into military formation whenever he wanted to get on an omnibus. All of which was very witty, but woefully irrelevant. ..."

6. The Army Book for the British Empire: A Record of the Development and by William Howley Goodenough, James Cecil Dalton (1893)
"In other nations the end to be arrived at, the particular military formation, whether army, army corps, brigade, or other fighting body required, ..."

7. The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly Register and (1811)
"\Ve shall execute this part of our subject by considering it under the four following heads: 1 st, Its military formation ; uà, Its mode of ballot; 3d, ..."

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