Where was the 'Crossing the T' tactics used?

in aircraft warfare
in naval warfare
in cavalry warfare
in chess
When going into battle, armoured bat­tle­ships of the late 19th to mid 20th century still used a battle line for­ma­tion in which one vessel followed another. However, moving ahead of the enemy line on a per­pen­dic­u­lar course (cross­ing the T) enabled to use both the forward and rear turrets, while the enemy could user only front turret.

Answers distribution

in aircraft warfare
in naval warfare
in cavalry warfare
in chess
answers
flagAustria
13%
66%
13%
6%
15
flagFrance
8%
64%
16%
12%
25
flagNorway
18%
54%
13%
13%
22
flagSpain
4%
54%
40%
0%
22
flagRussia
6%
53%
26%
13%
15
flagthe United Kingdom
11%
52%
32%
3%
315
flagSwitzerland
17%
52%
17%
11%
17
flagBelgium
0%
52%
47%
0%
17
flagDenmark
11%
50%
38%
0%
18
flagCanada
4%
48%
32%
12%
25
flagGermany
10%
47%
34%
6%
178
flagIndia
17%
42%
32%
7%
28
flagPoland
14%
41%
37%
5%
12449
flagthe Netherlands
9%
40%
46%
3%
32
flagAustralia
13%
40%
46%
0%
15
flagthe United States
15%
38%
37%
6%
264
flagRepublic of Ireland
10%
24%
64%
0%
37
flagItaly
31%
27%
34%
6%
29
flagUnknown
16%
23%
51%
7%
999
flagSweden
35%
20%
30%
15%
20

Gender

men34%
women41%
in aircraft warfare
13%
20%
in naval warfare
34%
41%
in cavalry warfare
46%
32%
in chess
5%
5%

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