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squads, plural;
  1. A small group of people having a particular task
    • - an assassination squad
  2. A small number of soldiers assembled for drill or assigned to some special task, esp. an infantry unit forming part of a platoon

  3. A group of sports players or competitors from which a team is chosen
    • - eleven first-string players on the Nebraska squad
  4. A division of a police force dealing with a particular crime or type of crime
    • - the narcotics crime squad

  1. a smallest army unit
  2. team: a cooperative unit (especially in sports)
  3. police squad: a small squad of policemen trained to deal with a particular kind of crime
  4. In military terminology, a squad is a small military unit led by a non-commissioned officer (NCO) that is subordinate to an infantry platoon. In countries following the British Army tradition (Australian Army, Canadian Army, and others) this organization is referred to as a section. ...
  5. In computer and video gaming, a clan or a guild is a group of players that play online games together. They may play against other clans via matches or challenges, also known as scrims (scrimmages) and wars. ...
  6. Space Patrol Delta, often abbreviated to S.P.D., is a fictional organization from the Power Rangers universe, appearing in the television series ''''. It is an organization that oversees law enforcement over an unknown area of space, and deploys Ranger technology to maintain order and peace.
  7. The A-Squad Rangers are a group of five fictional characters in the Power Rangers universe. They appeared in the television series '''', and had a pivotal role even though they were unseen for much of the series.
  8. The Squad (ISBN 0-8041-0727-0) is a Vietnam War novel by David Sherman published in 1990 by the Ivy Book imprint of Ballantine Books.
  9. The Squad was a short-lived superhero team from Malibu Comics' Ultraverse.
  10. A group of people organized for some common purpose, usually of about ten members; A unit of tactical military personnel, or of police officers, usually of about ten members; A team, usually of about ten members; A group of potential players from whom a team and twelfth man are chosen; The ...
  11. A small military unit consisting of 10 to 11 soldiers.
  12. a group of shooters (five or less) who shoot together at one trap and who shoot in rotation
  13. the smallest unit of organization in the US Army. Number of men varies from 5 to 16.
  14. 1. n. a group of more than eleven cricket players selected as a pool from which to choose the eleven players and a twelfth man in particular matches.
  15. Two man manpower unit that responds to EMS calls, or a 2 man BLS ambulance
  16. a basic organizational element, usually consisting of two infantry FIRE TEAMs, and commanded by an NCO, called a SQUAD leader; three or four squads normally comprise a platoon (PLT). ARMOR and CAV units often pair or team their TRACKS to form a SQUAD. ...
  17. Any small group of persons engaged in a common enterprise; a team or sub-group within a team.
  18. Your squad is a list of everyone who's joined your game and gets an invite to each match.
  19. A group of characters fighting for one player in a skirmish.
  20. A small group of people organized for a specific purpose; An athletic team.
  21. approximately 11 troops. About how many Americans you could get on a SLICK. Now ARVNs were a different story, you could get 2 squads of those little suckers aboard a slick.
  22. The squad is all of the players on a soccer club, more then just the 11 players who will start the game.
  23. A group of several shooters who will shoot together throughout the course of fire from lane to lane of targets.
  24. NYPD shorthand for a Detective Unit, either a PDU (Precient Detective unit,) a borough-level or citywide unit. Also used as shorthand referring to all the uniform (patrol) officers assigned to a precient, or other specialized units, such as the CSU squad. See also: CSU.
  25. the basic infantry unit of 8 to 10 men, commanded by a sergeant.