What is vanguard?

  • (noun): The position of greatest advancement; the leading position in any movement or field.
    Synonyms: forefront, cutting edge
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on vanguard:

Leonard W. Miller - Indy Car Owner
... In 1972, Vanguard Racing became the first black-owned team to enter a car in the Indianapolis 500, with John Mahler as the driver ... Vanguard’s concept was to employ Mahler as a development coach to help prepare Benny Scott for the Indianapolis 500 in subsequent years ... Scott drove Vanguard’s Formula A, in a McLaren M10-A, powered with a 500-horsepower Chevrolet V-8 in the L M Continental 5000 Championship and Sports Car Club of America ...
She Used To Wanna Be A Ballerina
... having sold so poorly as to lose Vanguard a considerable sum of money, the label placed considerable pressure on Sainte-Marie to come up with something that would sell in ... Vanguard boss Maynard Solomon, who had produced her first five albums and most of Illuminations, surrendered production duties completely to Neil Young producer Jack Nitzsche, who was later ... Top 200, which served to strain the relationship between Sainte-Marie and Vanguard and paved the way for their split in 1973 after Quiet Places ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: V - Vanguard
... Further reading Vanguard (Nikolai Krylenko) is a mutant in the Marvel Comics universe ... Within the context of the stories, Vanguard is Russian and the son of Sergei Krylov ... dying and being resurrected by his father, Vanguard becomes the new Red Guardian and leads the Winter Guard ...
Milton Rosen - Project Vanguard
... This classified NRL proposal was the genesis of Project Vanguard ... and the mature Viking team was largely lost to Project Vanguard ... launch failure of the first complete Vanguard test launch December 6, 1957, is well known and recounted elsewhere ...

More definitions of "vanguard":

  • (noun): The leading units moving at the head of an army.
    Synonyms: van
  • (noun): Any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts).
    Synonyms: avant-garde, van, new wave

Famous quotes containing the word vanguard:

    Ladies and gentlemen, I have a grave announcement to make. Incredible as it may seem, strange beings who landed in New Jersey tonight are the vanguard of an invading army from Mars.
    Orson Welles (1915–1984)