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A convoy is a group of vehicles or ships traveling together for mutual support.
Convoy may also refer to:
- Convoy (song), a 1975 trucker's song by C. W. McCall
- Convoy (1927 film), 1927 American silent film starring Lowell Sherman
- Convoy (1940 film), a British film directed by Pen Tennyson
- Convoy (1978 film), a film by Sam Peckinpah and Kris Kristofferson, inspired by the C. W. McCall song of the same name
- Convoy (TV series), a 1965 television series starring John Gavin
- Convoy (Transformers), the Japanese equivalent for the rank Prime
- Convoy (band), a southern Californian rock music band
- Convoy, a character from the Vigilante 8 videogames
- Convoy, County Donegal, a village in the Republic of Ireland
- Convoy, Ohio, a village in the United States
- Lock convoy, a performance problem that can occur when using locks for concurrency control in a multithreaded application
- LDV Convoy, a cargo/passenger van manufactured by LDV
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