What is encampment?

  • (noun): Temporary living quarters specially built by the army for soldiers.
    Synonyms: camp, cantonment, bivouac
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Battle Of Little Robe Creek - The Battle of Little Robe Creek - The Second Encounter of The Battle of Little Robe Creek
... Ford’s official reports made clear the Texans had every intention of doing to the second encampment what they had done to the first ... The mixed force under Ford proceeded on, and attacked a moderately large encampment of approximately 70-100 lodges further upriver ... saw the Texan forces advancing upriver after the original dawn attack on the solitary encampment, and had ridden hastily to warn the second, and larger, group ...
The Bohemian Encampment
... (French Campement de bohémiens, literally The Bohemian Encampment or The Gypsy Encampment) was an 1896 French silent actuality film directed by Georges Méliès ...
Encampment River
... The Encampment River is a 44.7-mile-long (71.9 km) tributary of the North Platte River ... The river flows north and passes through the town of Encampment, Wyoming before its confluence with the North Platte ...
Meacham, Oregon
... Lee established a troop encampment, called Lee's Encampment, there in 1844 ... post office in the locality, established in 1862, was named "Encampment" ...
Pennsylvania Wing Civil Air Patrol - Schools - Summer Schools
... Basic Encampment Often referred to only as 'Encampment,' this school is a 9 day condensed version of the Air Force's Basic Training program, modified for cadets age 12-17 ... The encampment teaches basic cadets the fundamentals of followership and discipline in both an academic and applied environment ... course, offered a few weeks before basic encampment ...

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