A member of a small independent group taking part in irregular fighting, typically against larger regular forces
this small town fell to the guerrillas
a member of an irregular armed force that fights a stronger force by sabotage and harassment
Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare and refers to conflicts in which a small group of combatants including, but not limited to, armed civilians (or "regulars") use military tactics, like ambushes, sabotage, raids, the element of surprise, and extraordinary mobility to harass a ...
Guerrilla is the third studio album by Super Furry Animals, released in June 1999 via Creation Records. It peaked at #10 in the UK Album Charts.
Che is a two-part 2008 biopic about Ernesto 'Che' Guevara directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Benicio del Toro. Rather than follow a standard chronological order, the films offer an oblique series of interspersed moments along the overall timeline. ...
(Guerrillas (band)) Guerrillas are a hardcore, thrash metal band, formed in Cluj-Napoca, Romania in 2002. After more than 5 years of searching the band has found its identity and is ready to release its first album "Guerrilla Spirit" in April 2008.
(Guerrillas (novel)) Guerrillas is a 1975 novel by V. S. Naipaul. The book is set on an un-named, remote Caribbean island populated by a mix of ethnicities, but dominated by post-colonial British. Probably the island is modeled after Trinidad, Naipaul's birthplace.
A non-official war carried out by small independent groups; a guerrilla war; A soldier in a small independent group, fighting against the government or regular forces by surprise raids; Relating to, using, or typical of guerrilla warfare, or its principles of small independent or non-official ...
(Guerrillas) "A member of an irregular military force operating usually in small, independent groups capable of great speed and mobility." (From The American Heritage Dictionary)
(Guerrillas) A guerilla is a member of a small group of fighters who attacks an official army. Those who target civilians, such as mothers and their small children driving on their way home or to school, are not “guerillas.” See also, “Activists, Palestinian.” Read More
(Guerrillas) Hang with them in the mountains near Chalatenango. Guerrillas are loads of fun. They teach your kids history, personal self-defense, and the inevitability of international Communist victory.
(guerrillas) From the Spanish for 'little war', the word first described the hit-and-run rebels who fought against the installation of Napoleon's brother Joseph on the throne of Spain in 1808. Guerrilla warfare later became the main feature of the conflicts in such countries as Vietnam and Algeria.
(guerrillas) small units of Confederate soldiers who went behind the Union lines and destroyed railroads, supply depots, and county courthouses
[JP 1-02] (DoD) A combat participant in guerrilla warfare. See also unconventional warfare.
soldier who fights individually or in small groups. They wage a 'hidden' war, attacking suddenly and without warning, and then disappear again into hiding.
A member of an irregular, usually indigenous military or paramilitary unit operating in small bands in occupied territory to harass and undermine the enemy, as by surprise raids. [TFD]
Guerrilla is the Spanish word for an irregular force of local fighters who are organized to sporadically combat, or at least ambush, the better-equipped armies of foreign invaders.
By Charles W. Thayer. New York: Signet, 1965. This book is considered one of the primers for those who study guerrilla warfare. Find out more or buy from Amazon.com by clicking here Guerrilla.
Spanish for ”little war,” a small unofficial military group and its members.
someone who makes a lot of money for the Family. 200M+ per hour.