Combating [verb]

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She was part of the first female platoon to go through the same combat training as the men, she says.

It features a massive Caribbean open world, with islands, buried treasure to discover and excellent naval combat that would later inspire Ubisoft’s “Skull & Bones,” a yet-to-be released game that focuses specifically on seafaring battles.

Abilities feel great, too — in fact, they make combat more grounded.

These extra missions sound promising, but they are little more than scrambled combat arenas, mostly set in the same maps used in the main story mode.

That’s because experience has shown that it is the logistics personnel, transporting supplies, who run the biggest risks of coming under attack in combat zones.

That's the conclusion of a new report that investigates what is physically and practically possible when it comes to space combat.

As a combat veteran of the United States Marines Corps, I reflect on the spirit of pride we took in each one shouldering our share of the load during a long hike.

Esports has the potential to become the next global sport after soccer, basketball, and combat sports.

Lee’s argument is that close competition, where “neither party perceives itself as a permanent majority or permanent minority,” breeds all-out partisan combat.

For decades business has pursued its policy interests in a world where compromise and moderation usually prevailed, even after bare-knuckles combat.