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

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


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