Raid

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Raid or RAID may refer to:

Attack[edit]

  • Raid (military), a sudden attack behind the enemy's lines without the intention of holding ground
  • Police raid, a police action involving the entering of a house with the intent to capture personnel or evidence, often taking place early in the morning
  • Corporate raid, a type of hostile takeover in business
  • Panty raid, a prankish raid by male college students on the living quarters of female students to steal panties as trophies
  • Raid (gaming), a type of mission in a video game where a very large number of people combine forces to defeat a powerful enemy

Entertainment[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Redundant Array of Independent Disks, or Inexpensive Disks (RAID), a system of multiple hard drives in computing
  • RAID (French Police unit), Recherche, Assistance, Intervention, Dissuasion, an anti-terrorist unit of the French National Police
  • Raid (insecticide), a consumer insecticide marketed by S. C. Johnson & Son
  • Real-Time Adversarial Intelligence & Decision-making, a DARPA project to perform predictive analysis of enemy behavior.
  • RAID log, (Risks, Assumptions, Issues and Dependencies log), a document used in project management

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