Search and Destroy (disambiguation)
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Search and Destroy is a military strategy that became a notorious element of the Vietnam War.
Search and Destroy or Seek and Destroy may also refer to:
- Sense and Destroy ARMor or Seek and Destroy ARMor, a U.S. submunition capable of searching for and destroying tanks
- "Seek and Destroy", the motto of No. 41 Squadron RAF
Arts, entertainment, and media
- Search & Destroy: Tactical Combat Vietnam 1965-1966, a 1975 board wargame
- Seek and Destroy (1996 video game), a game developed by Safari Software and published by Epic Megagames
- Seek and Destroy (2002 video game), an action game developed by Takara
- "Search and Destroy" (The Stooges song) (1973), notably covered by the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Skunk Anansie
- "Search and Destroy" (30 Seconds to Mars song) (2009)
- "Search & Destroy", debut EP by alternative rock band Space Cadette released in 2014.
- "Seek & Destroy", a 1983 song by Metallica from Kill 'Em All
- "Seek and Destroy", a 1989 song by Geto Boys from Grip It! On That Other Level
- "Seek and Destroy", a 2006 song by Kasabian from Empire
- "Search & Destroy", a 1995 song by KMFDM from Nihil
- "Seek and Destroy", a 1983 song by Raven from All for One
- Search and Destroy (novel), a spy novel by Tom Clancy with Peter Telep
- Search & Destroy (punk zine), a zine published by V. Vale from 1977 to 1979 and succeeded by RE/Search
Stage and screen
- Search and Destroy (1979 film) a 1979 Canuxploitation film
- Search and Destroy (film), a 1995 film by David Salle and starring Dennis Hopper
- Search and Destroy, a play by Howard Korder and the basis for the film
- "Seek and Destroy" (Captain Scarlet), a 1968 episode of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
- Spybot – Search & Destroy, a spyware and adware removal program for Microsoft Windows systems
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