Flank march

Related to Flank march: outflank
a march made parallel or obliquely to an enemy's position, in order to turn it or to attack him on the flank.

See also: Flank

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
While Moreau and Montgomery and their bestial rabble chased me through the island, might I not go round the beach until I came to their enclosure,--make a flank march upon them, in fact, and then with a rock lugged out of their loosely-built wall, perhaps, smash in the lock of the smaller door and see what I could find(knife, pistol, or what not) to fight them with when they returned?
Howard's masterly flank march humbugging the Scottish king and placing his underfed forces between the Scots and the Tweed had been a masterstroke, but it could still end in disaster.
Lee, for instance, had a far too "casual attitude about maps"; and Jackson "made a grave mistake" in not issuing preparatory orders to his division commanders the night before his stunning flank march (139, 140).