(n.) A formation of powerful warships in a tight formation around merchant vessels. Can also be applied to people movement on any level, such as walking, on bikes, driving etc.
In World War II the combat box method was shown to be flawed when U boats would sail under the outer warships and closely attack the merchant vessels.
by Kung-Fu Jesus June 21, 2004

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