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False. The military term "search and destroy" can refer to things other than soldiers. It can refer to munitions, equipment, and other items that might be dangerous or interfere with combat missions. Sometimes "search and destroy" missions are covert operations and by killing as many as the enemy as possible, one would draw too much attention to the operation. However, there are cases in which the term "search and destroy" does refer to enemy soldiers but to use this as a blanket term for killing as many as possible is inaccurate.
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