Some articles on warfare:
... Economic warfare is the term for economic policies followed as a part of military operations and covert operations during wartime ... The purpose of economic warfare is to capture critical economic resources so that the military and intelligence agencies can operate at full efficiency and/or deprive enemy forces of those resources so that ... The concept of economic warfare is most applicable to conflict between nation states, especially in times of total war - which involves not only the armed forces of a nation, but ...
... Tests and evaluates all undersea warfare systems, including submarine, surface and aviation anti-submarine warfare and mine warfare systems ... Submarine Local Area Network (SubLAN) Mine Warfare - This section is responsible for the operationally testing and evaluation of all mine warfare systems ... responsible for operationally testing for all anti-submarine warfare and related systems, including such programs as Advanced SEAL delivery system (ASDS ...
... An enlisted sailor who qualifies for the Special Warfare insignia is authorized to place the designator (SEAL) after his rating. 2006, all sailors having completed SEAL training and still serving in Naval Special Warfare had their ratings reclassified to Special Warfare Operator (SO), with a new rating badge ...
... Armoured warfare or tank warfare is the use of armoured fighting vehicles in modern warfare ... The premise of armoured warfare rests on the ability of troops to penetrate conventional defensive lines through use of manoeuvre by armoured units ... Much of the application of armoured warfare depends on the use of tanks and related vehicles used by other supporting arms such as infantry fighting vehicles and self-propelled artillery, as well as ...
... Irish warfare was for centuries centered around the ceithearn (pronounced "kern"), light skirmishing infantry who harried the enemy with missiles before charging ... as For centuries the backbone of Gaelic Irish warfare were lightly armed foot soldiers, armed with a sword (claideamh), long dagger (scian), bow (bogha) and a set of javelins, or "darts" (ga) ... Gaelic warfare was anything but static, as Irish soldiers frequently looted or bought the newest and most effective weaponry ...
More definitions of "warfare":
- (noun): An active struggle between competing entities.
Example: "Diplomatic warfare"
Famous quotes containing the word warfare:
“Insurrectionby means of guerrilla bandsis the true method of warfare for all nations desirous of emancipating themselves from a foreign yoke ... It is invincible, indestructible.”
—Giuseppe Mazzini (18051872)
“The transformation of the impossible into reality is always the mark of a demonic will. The only way to recognize a military genius is by the fact that, during the war, he will mock the rules of warfare and will employ creative improvisation instead of tested methods and he will do so at the right moment.”
—Stefan Zweig (18811942)
“What an admirable training is science for the more active warfare of life! Indeed, the unchallenged bravery which these studies imply, is far more impressive than the trumpeted valor of the warrior.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)