use phalanx in a sentence.
The phalanx was a really bright idea for its day.
How would this have any advantage over a defensive system like Phalanx?
In my admittedly ignorant opinion, he uses the terms "maneuver warfare" and "phalanx warfare" so broadly as to make them almost meaningless.
And we have 12 non-thumb phalanxes on each hand.
Carriers of today hold 90 aircraft, 2 RAMs, 3 Phalanxs and 2 Sea Sparrow launchers (specs from Wikipedia page on George H.
You have to place Phalanx systems all around the ship in order to provide 360 degree protection.
If I had the means (by private banking wealth standards), I would buy the collection, digitize it all, and hire a phalanx of lawyers so it could be streamed free-of-charge over the Net.
I've already started, but the gruntwork is like a Roman phalanx in my path.
The original Mali tech was developed by a startup in Norway (Phalanx, or something) and purchased by ARM somewhere in 2006 IIRC.
Plus at the time the standard tactic would be a deep phalanx, which would have been absolutely smashed by a tank driving over it.
While we're picking on individual parts, though -> For missile silos, just target the enemy’s silos with lots of missiles and you can duke it out and win (just like the phalanx).
The relevant part (to us hackers) is the use of maneuver warfare vs "phalanx" fighting.
Think of Msft, Oracle, IBM, Apple as the phalanx fighters.
Why don't we just outfit aircraft with a miniature Phalanx system that calculates the trajectory of an incoming bird and the probability of an engine strike and then fires up a Gatling gun to neutralize the threat :)In all seriousness, I wonder if some kind of laser-based defense system could be used as a last resort.
Additionally, from this article: "Phalanx variants have attacked sensitive Linux systems before by stealing SSH keys to access servers and exploiting kernel vulnerabilities.
The article made it clear, both through the text and the picture, that only one hand used the phalanx counting method, while the other hand simply used digits as we do today.