1. A movement supported by fire to gain a position of advantage over the enemy. (AFPM 3-8-1) 2. The movement of forces supported by fire to achieve a position of advantage from which to destroy or threaten destruction of the enemy. A principle of war and an element of combat power. (PAM 3-071, S-2008) 3. Is the employment of forces combined with fire power to achieve surprise, shock, momentum and dominance. (PAM 3-0601-02)

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