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objective
used in No Easy Day

8 uses
  • In the old days, we'd storm the castle, throwing flash grenades as we cleared through an objective.
    p. 231.0
  • If the two teams made it all the way to the objective undetected, we would simply make our way down to the compound ourselves and help clear the target from all sides.
    p. 122.8
  • Even with three fewer assaulters and no dog, we still had enough people to clear the objective.
    p. 124.9
  • All in all, we cleared an objective with more than a dozen well-armed fighters without taking one casualty.
    p. 137.8
  • All around me, my teammates were racing to their objectives.
    p. 173.9
  • We had never trained this much for a particular objective before in our lives, but it was important.
    p. 175.5
  • As a team leader I'd need the two separate nets, but the reality was there wasn't going to be much traffic on the command net for this objective.
    p. 206.7
  • Guys quickly started to pile through and peel off toward their planned objectives.
    p. 217.6

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