squadron[ skwod-ruh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF squadron
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SQUADRON
With the loss of perhaps a dozen men the squadron might gallop through.
The squadron retired at once, and reported the state of affairs.
The squadron then dismounted and opened fire with their carbines.
A squadron was engaged in covering the operations of a foraging party.
I was ashore every day while the squadron remained in the port.
The next morning the squadron weighed, and stood out in pursuit of the English.
We appeared to me to be a single ship, as we were never in squadron, and saw no broad-pennant.
This squadron, which was nearest the Commander-in-Chief, obeyed and hauled off.
His squadron was too small for the service which it had to perform.
The Austrian repeatedly asked, if there was not a risk of losing the squadron?