Attack Mode

Some articles on attack mode, mode, attack:

Kitt - KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand) - Transformation Abilities
... Attack Mode KITT's original Attack mode was purely used to increase speeds ... Attack Mode II Similar to the original KITT's alternate configuration to allow faster traveling speeds ... Ford F-150 FX4 Alternate mode for off road travel ...
FGM-148 Javelin - Components - Missile - Tracker
... Depending on whether the missile is in top attack or direct attack mode, the profile of the flight can change significantly ... The top attack mode requires the missile to climb sharply after launch and cruise at high altitude then dive on the top of the target (curveball) ... In direct attack mode (fastball), the missile cruises at a lower altitude directly at target ...
Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3 - Game Modes - Party Mode - Attack Mode
... The goal of this mode is to knock your opponent(s) down to the bottom line ... Getting a combo of a certain five arrows in a row will create an effect during the song to help you or hinder your opponents ...
Knight Rider (2008 TV Series) - KITT
... and the passenger-side console that becomes red whenever KITT is in Attack Mode, and a standard Mustang rear seat instead of the super-computer laden rear seat of ... The interior of 4x4 Mode uses the same customized Mustang dashboard, but the F-150's passenger and driver's seats ...

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