Where are the twelve thousand men whom Hunter and Heintzelman deployed in these woods two hours since?
Then the company was deployed as skirmishers, two thirds halting where they struck the water and the rest keeping on up the bank of the river for a few hundred yards.
The columns marched gaily through the gates and deployed into line at the double on the Heights outside.
His horse, of course, would try to cut us up as we deployed on the beach.
The nature of the country was a very serious obstacle and the column was late in deploying for attack.
If tactical considerations demand it, the squad is deployed before arriving on the line.
Our party deployed to right and left to answeralways boasting afterward of having killed at least a dozen men.
If assembled, and it is desired to deploy at greater than the normal interval; or if deployed, and it is desired to increase or decrease the interval: 1. Asskirmishers,(somany)paces, 2. MARCH.
How we wished we might see the enemy advance over the river and attempt to deploy within range of our rifles!
When one of those two forces deployed across the valley and the gates of the fort were again thrown open to the air the weeks of endurance would exact their toll.
If at a halt, the base squad is deployed without advancing; the other squads may be conducted to their proper places by the flank; interior squads may be moved when squads more distant from the base have gained comfortable marching distance.
In these days, when whole nations are deployed against one another, no commander, however eminent, can ride the whirlwind single-handed.
Fernando's riflemen had been waiting for this, and, with wild yells, they leaped the redoubts, deployed along the stone fences and houses and picked off the redcoats so rapidly, that they fled pell mell to their own works, glad to escape the bullets of those unerring riflemen.
This was the situation on the morning that the Japanese 12th Division began to deploy behind the new Allied line at Dukoveskoie.
On reaching the post of Fond du Lac, of St. Louis, near the point where that bold stream deploys below the Cabotian Mountains, we found a large assemblage of Indians from every part of the wide-spread Chippewa territories.
And we deployed from the boat-house, while the attacking party still clung together,—a strategic error, as Larry assured us.
Having safely crossed the river the American column appears to have deployed under cover of the high groundthe Californian grape and round shot rattling over the heads of the menand the enemy immediately charged on both its flanks simultaneously, dashing down the slope with great spirit.
"Thinking the French still held the latter, the Germans deployed with their latest trench-storming device in the form of liquid fire containers, with special groups of four installed, two men working the pump and two directing the fire jet.