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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114186: War and Peace-vocabulary
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    War and Peace-vocabulary


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    1. In most armed forces, two or more will form a group or a wing.

    2. The Spanish ruled the Atlantic in the sixteenth century.

    3. A aircraft is primarily designed for air-to-air combat against other aircrafts.

    4. Compared to conventional , nuclear warfare is vastly more destructive in range and extent of damage.

    5. A can carry out a number of missions including protection of Task Forces.

    6. is a military detachment that uses large-calibre guns.

    7. Successful may be followed by armistices.

    8. During World War II, around 13,000 made night parachute drops early on D-Day.

    9. A is a soldier who finds or makes a path through hostile countries.

    10. In , troops are protected from the enemy's small arms fire.









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