A tactic is a conceptual action implemented as one or more specific tasks.
Tactic(s) may further refer to:
- TACTIC (military program), a U.S. military research program conducted by DARPA
- TACTIC (web framework), a Workflow Digital Asset Management and Web Application Framework by Southpaw
- Tactic (municipality), a municipality in the Guatemalan department of Alta Verapaz
- Tactic (video game), a Tetris-style puzzle video game
- Tactics (album), a 1996 album by jazz guitarist John Abercrombie
- Tactics (band), an Australian band
- Tactics (brand), a Japanese visual novel studio
- Tactics (game), generally credited as being the first board wargame
- Tactics (manga), a Japanese media franchise
- Tactics, a dart game similar to cricket
Other articles related to "tactic, tactics":
... Recently, the tactic of flying low has increased the vulnerability of these vehicles to.50 caliber machine gun fire ... Another new tactic used by the insurgents to bring down helicopters is the so-called "aerial IED" ... Such tactics resemble the Vietcong tactic of placing claymore mines, remote-detonated shaped charge explosives, in jungle canopy to fire upwards as helicopters passed overhead ...
... This tactic was first reported as being used on 5 April 1918 by the 5th Division, however within a few months all five of the Australian divisions (and the New Zealand Division ... A similar tactic was used in Messines in 1917, referred to as "prospecting" ...
... the use of the cavalry charge as a common military tactic waned ... The favorite tactic of the Duke of Wellington was for the infantry to fire a volley and then give a loud cheer and charge ... The machine gun made this tactic a futile one and only with the invention of the tank did shock tactics once more become viable ...
... The tactic was first reported as being used on 5 April by the 58th Battalion (part of the 15th Brigade, 5th Division), however within a few weeks it was reported that Peaceful Penetration was being ...
... La Maraude describes the tactic employed by Napoleonic armies of scavenging for supplies instead of relying on extended lines of supply ... The tactic proved very successful in Western and central Europe but was less successful in the more desolate regions of Spain and Russia where food was less ... The tactic was particularly flawed whenever an army was forced to retreat over land which it had already scavenged as in the retreat from Moscow ...
Famous quotes containing the word tactic:
“Every collectivist revolution rides in on a Trojan horse of Emergency. It was a tactic of Lenin, Hitler and Mussolini.... The invasion of New Deal Collectivism was introduced by this same Trojan horse.”
—Herbert Hoover (18741964)