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engage
used in Fearless

13 uses
  • An AC-130 gunship thousands of feet overhead engaged the enemy that could be positively identified by their weapon fire.
    p. 283.8
  • Through hard work and a tight budget, Larry was able to support his family so Janice could be the full-time, dependable, engaged mother she'd never had.
    p. 15.8
  • I thank those who have selflessly pulled themselves off the line to train the next warriors to go forward—so that they may surpass the prowess of those currently engaged.
    p. 185.9
  • They're taught to enter the room exactly as we say, clear their lanes as we've instructed, and if there's a target they engage it or they handle it if it's a noncombatant.
    p. 202.7
  • There's one or two guys looking to see if you went down the wall far enough, there's a guy looking at your finger—when it's on the trigger, when it's off—a guy's watching your fields of fire, someone else is watching your eyes, or in Adam's case, eye, assuring that the scenario is being processed, another guy's got a stopwatch, and you've got seconds, split seconds, to engage the right targets.
    p. 203.4
  • Considering the location and the fact that Adam was a Naval Special Warfare sniper who had consistently hit targets a mile away, should an opportunity arise, say, across the river, he could engage the target from a lofty crag, camouflaged within the dark shadow of a rock overhang.
    p. 213.7
  • On one particular assault, "we'd dropped two guys that were directly engaging us, and there was a third guy winging bullets in our general direction," Heath says.
    p. 230.2
  • "It all happened real fast; this guy was firing at us, we engaged, there was motion to the right, and Adam spun around but didn't fire.
    p. 230.9
  • An AC-130 gunship engaged the enemy position, but the fighters were well entrenched in the structure and close air support had little effect.
    p. 234.3
  • Special Warfare Operator First Class (Sea, Air, and Land) Brown maneuvered under intense enemy fire with his assault team and engaged the insurgents at close range with accurate small arms fire and grenades.
    p. 234.5
  • " But without being able to positively identify whether they were women, children, or armed males, "our air assets could not engage them," says Matt Mason.
    p. 277.5
  • No one else but members of Adam's team had the skill, fortitude, or audacity to infiltrate this area undetected and engage the enemy in their own backyard.
    p. 298.6
  • The walls, covered by photos, certificates, insignias, and awards, including his bachelor's degree, the Bronze Star with valor, and the posthumously presented Silver Star for Chief Brown's actions as part of an assault force that executed a daring raid deep into mountainous enemy-occupied terrain in northeastern Afghanistan.... while numerous enemy fighters simultaneously engaged the force from the surrounding mountains....
    p. 309.6

There are no more uses of "engage" in Fearless.

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