Havoc

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Havoc, Havok, or Havock may refer to:

Entertainment[edit]

Games[edit]

Military[edit]

  • The original meaning (referred to in Shakespeare's phrase "Cry 'Havoc!', and let slip the dogs of war"): a tactic of devastation or laying waste often used within a strategy of forcing an enemy to choose between the risk of battle under unfavourable conditions and the certainty of losses without battle, frequently taking place as part of a chevauchée that provided booty funding the process
  • Douglas A-20 Havoc, a light bomber aircraft
  • Mil Mi-28, a Russian attack helicopter (NATO reporting name: Havoc)
  • HMS Havock, the name of several Royal Navy ships
  • Havock-class destroyer, a class of torpedo boat destroyer in the Royal Navy

Organizations[edit]

People with the surname[edit]

People with the given name or nickname[edit]

  • Havoc (musician) (born 1974), member of East Coast rap group Mobb Deep
  • Havoc, American rapper, member of West Coast rap group South Central Cartel
  • Havoc Pennington (born c. 1976), American computer engineer and entrepreneur
  • Johnny Devine (born 1974), Canadian professional wrestler who also wrestled under the ring name Havok (real name John Parsonage)
  • Jessicka Havok (born 1986), American professional wrestler (real name Jessica Cricks)

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