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Armoured spearhead
also called Armored spearhead and has one more synonym

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  1. a formation of armoured fighting vehicles, mostly tanks, that form the front of an offensive thrust during a battle

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  2. US English: armored spearhead

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  3. The idea is to concentrate as much firepower into a small front as possible, so any defenders in front of them will be overwhelmed

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  4. As the spearhead moves forward, infantry units following in the gap behind them form up on either side of the line of advance in order to protect the flanks

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  5. The tactic is quite risky

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  6. A determined enemy can counterattack against the infantry on the flanks, thereby cutting off the spearhead from resupply and quickly bringing it to a halt

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