counterguerrilla love

counterguerrilla

Definitions

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  • adjective Opposed to guerrillas and their warfare.

Etymologies

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counter- +‎ guerrilla

Examples

  • Donovan organized an intelligence unit in the army and the Green Berets he scouted at Fort Bragg arrived to train Thai soldiers in counterguerrilla tactics.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The campaign would be held up by its supporters as a “model of counterguerrilla warfare” and by its detractors as one of the most harsh and cruel campaigns in American history.

    Between War and Peace

  • The campaign would be held up by its supporters as a “model of counterguerrilla warfare” and by its detractors as one of the most harsh and cruel campaigns in American history.

    Between War and Peace

  • Donovan organized an intelligence unit in the army and the Green Berets he scouted at Fort Bragg arrived to train Thai soldiers in counterguerrilla tactics.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • It was not examined seriously at West Point or the Army War College, and the U.S. military jettisoned just about anything to do with counterinsurgency—all those counterguerrilla, “little-war” tactics and doctrines so romantically invoked during the Kennedy years.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • I think they of course are looking for material support, especially for technical counterguerrilla programs.

    Understanding Security Force Assistance | ATTACKERMAN

  • Several "conventional" wars have been fought over it, and "unconventional" guerrilla and counterguerrilla warfare has been in progress for decades, and it has more than once been the occasion for a short-fuse nuclear confrontation.

    Hobbes in the Himalayas

  • Several "conventional" wars have been fought over it, and "unconventional" guerrilla and counterguerrilla warfare has been in progress for decades, and it has more than once been the occasion for a short-fuse nuclear confrontation.

    Hobbes in the Himalayas

  • Several "conventional" wars have been fought over it, and "unconventional" guerrilla and counterguerrilla warfare has been in progress for decades, and it has more than once been the occasion for a short-fuse nuclear confrontation.

    Hobbes in the Himalayas

  • But if Washington follows through on its recent pledge to use U.S. military aid to Colombia for counterguerrilla operations instead of restricting it to anti-drug ops, he stands a chance.

    Periscope

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