Battle group



a planning or command unit within a division of the army.
Historical Examples

There was enough there to outfit a battle group of competent psionics.
The Weakling Everett B. Cole

He pulled three dogs from the first battle group and hurled them on the new fighter.
The Southerner Thomas Dixon

noun
a group of warships usu. consisting of at least one aircraft carrier, other surface ships, submarines, landing craft, etc

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