reattack


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reattack

(ˌriːəˈtæk)
vb (tr)
to attack (a country, person, etc) again
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If that doesn't work, then redefine, replan, and reattack until you reach your goal.
carriers and then fly on eastward to Japanese airfields in the Marianas, from which they would then reattack.
This role in the ASSESS ph ase of the targeting process supports the staff in developing combat assessments and reattack recommendations for the commander.
It incorporates false run, false run into a bite, search and reattack, escort, and stand off.
A targeting cell checks targets against priorities and collateral effects and if needed confirms aircraft scheduling and arranges for reattack of original targets by diverted aircraft.
In addition, Ark Royal's radar combined with its larger complement of fighters would have provided the task group with the ability to loiter in the central Mediterranean and effectively protect itself while waiting for a decision to reattack.