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Be strong enough no one wants to go to war with you..
Many years ago the Palestinians tried to kidnap Russian officals hold them ransom, then one day the officals were free, no ransom paid, but place they were heald was visited bt the Spetsnaz, they were never heard from again
no bodies no shell casings, noting, just burned buildings... no trace of anything.
The never ever kidnapped another russian offical.
Last edited by TNVolunteer73; 7th September 2015 at 01:29 AM.
Strategy: US sends 1/7th Cavalry into the Ia Drang in November 1965 to contact and destroy NVA regulars in the area. That is a plan.
Tactics: 1/7th Cavalry is shuttled via helicopters from their base camp to LZ X-Ray in the Ia Drang Valley. An armed perimeter is established, support weapons are positioned and scouting units are sent out to locate the enemy. The enemy is engaged using small arms, light squad support weapons including M-60 light machine guns and helicopter gunships.
1) Know your enemy
2) Know what you want to accomplish (vision; strategy)
3) Devise tactics that exploit your enemy's weakness and maximize your strength
4) Feed your tactics with information that is current.
5) Position seers, gifted guessers and creative visionaries who can read the most likely moves of your enemies so you can feed your tactics with information that is even better than current information.
6) Foster loyalty in those who must execute the tactics.
7) Inspire those who must pay for it all (If you did not properly do step 2, this will be your failure)
8) Clean up your messes or the next engagement will be harder to sustain.
9) Read the Art of War
10) Don't trust politicians
Last edited by kmiller1610; 7th September 2015 at 01:44 AM.
IF you were in a desert war and you tried to outflank your enemy is this strategy or a tactic??
Don't go to war is the best tactic for all involved.