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convention
used in I Am a Seal Team Six Warrior

6 uses
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Definition
something regarded as normal or typical
  • I can only guess that the conventional army leaders of the QRF couldn't get along with the unconventional leaders of Delta.
    p. 124.0
  • Years later, after observing Communist insurgency in Southeast Asia, President John F. Kennedy—who had served in the navy during World War II—and others in the military understood the need for unconventional warriors.
    p. 19.4
  • He clearly favored American conventional forces over American unconventional units like the SEALs or Delta.
    p. 45.1
  • He clearly favored American conventional forces over American unconventional units like the SEALs or Delta.
    p. 45.1
  • The QRF was made up of men from the conventional army's 10th Mountain Division, 101st Aviation Regiment, and 25th Aviation Regiment, their base located at the abandoned university and old American Embassy.
    p. 107.9
  • I can only guess that the conventional army leaders of the QRF couldn't get along with the unconventional leaders of Delta.
    p. 123.9

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