One such strongpoint
was the hamlet of Wacquinghen, about a mile and a half northeast of La Tresorerie.
25) In fact, only two out of the 110-plus strongpoints
of the Mannerheim Line--the Poppious Bunker and the "Million Dollar" Bunker--could compare to the complex, heavy strongpoints
of the Maginot Line.
Practicality and versatility are strongpoints
of the ASX, which has a wheelbase to match the larger Outlander.
Heavy Batteries were most often employed in destroying or neutralising enemy artillery, as well as putting fire down on strongpoints
, roads and railways behind enemy lines.
These two aspects of airpower permitted the German and Austrian attackers to use large-caliber guns (more than 150 millimeters) to obliterate Russian strongpoints
Sonoma didn't go exactly as we had planned but it was a strongpoints
As revolutionary forces battle pro-Gaddafi strongpoints
centred in Bani Walid, Sirte and the city of Sabha, deep in the southern desert, Libya's interim leadership has been pushing forward with efforts to form a new government.
Their aim is to secure a network of NATO strongpoints
between the two towns.
Their job was to shield the corridor down which the rest of the Army was retreating to Dunkirk by holding a series of strongpoints
(key towns and villages), and they were not to give way until they had fired their last bullet.
Each chapter of the book recounts different battles at the chain of strongpoints
around Dunkirk and the corridor down which the Allied soldiers were retreating.
High on the list of strongpoints
is the flexible rear seat arrangement.
Transmission is one of the Shogun's strongpoints
and the fivespeed INVECS-II auto set-up offers two systems in one - it can learn and adapt to an individual's driving style in fully automatic mode, and also be operated as a clutchless manual shift.