Dans la stratégie militaire, un camp volant, ou camp-volant, était un petit, mais fort, corps d'armée de cavalerie et/ou d'infanterie, qui bivouaquais à des endroits indéterminés et selon les événements.↑ Le camp volant peinture d'Antoine Watteau

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  • Dans la stratégie militaire, un camp volant, ou camp-volant, était un petit, mais fort, corps d'armée de cavalerie et/ou d'infanterie, qui bivouaquais à des endroits indéterminés et selon les événements.
  • In military strategy, a flying camp, or camp-volant, was a small but strong army of cavalry and dragoons, to which were sometimes added foot soldiers. Such an army was usually commanded by a lieutenant general, and was always in motion, both to cover the garrisons in possession, and to keep the adversary in continual alarm.
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  • Dans la stratégie militaire, un camp volant, ou camp-volant, était un petit, mais fort, corps d'armée de cavalerie et/ou d'infanterie, qui bivouaquais à des endroits indéterminés et selon les événements.↑ Le camp volant peinture d'Antoine Watteau
  • In military strategy, a flying camp, or camp-volant, was a small but strong army of cavalry and dragoons, to which were sometimes added foot soldiers. Such an army was usually commanded by a lieutenant general, and was always in motion, both to cover the garrisons in possession, and to keep the adversary in continual alarm.
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  • Flying camp
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