A group of soldiers, especially a cavalry unit commanded by a captain, or an airborne unit
Ethiopian troops were stationed there
Troops specially trained and equipped for carrying out sudden assaults, especially against enemy strongholds.
Troops specially trained and equipped for carrying out sudden assaults, especially against enemy strongholds; specifically those of the German army during the First World War (1914–18). Compare shock troop, assault troops. Now chiefly historical.
To act or intervene as (or in the manner of) a storm troop; (more generally, of a group) to behave in an aggressive, intrusive, or brazen way.
A large aircraft or armored vehicle or ship designed for transporting troops