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.

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in aircraft warfare
in naval warfare
in cavalry warfare
in chess
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flagFrance
9%
61%
19%
9%
21
flagSpain
5%
55%
38%
0%
18
flagthe United Kingdom
12%
54%
28%
4%
232
flagBelgium
0%
53%
46%
0%
13
flagNorway
21%
52%
10%
15%
19
flagGermany
8%
48%
35%
6%
125
flagIndia
21%
42%
31%
5%
19
flagPoland
15%
41%
36%
5%
7892
flagCanada
0%
40%
50%
10%
10
flagDenmark
10%
40%
50%
0%
10
flagRussia
0%
40%
40%
20%
10
flagthe United States
15%
38%
38%
6%
217
flagUnknown
14%
37%
48%
0%
35
flagthe Netherlands
4%
36%
54%
4%
22
flagItaly
40%
25%
30%
5%
20
flagRepublic of Ireland
13%
17%
68%
0%
29
flagSweden
30%
7%
46%
15%
13

Gender

men40%
women41%
in aircraft warfare
12%
20%
in naval warfare
40%
41%
in cavalry warfare
41%
31%
in chess
5%
5%

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