Tactics vs Logistics…

“Amateurs talk about tactics. Professionals talk about logistics.” Attributed to Aleks Hindin Advertisements Advertisements

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Anger vs Deliberation…

“In my opinion, however, disasters such as these teach men this lesson with regard to anger: one ought not to punish even a slave in anger; for masters who have lost their tempers often do more harm to themselves than they inflict; but in dealing with enemies it is utterly and entirely wrong to launch… Read More

Simple Enough…

“The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him hard as you can, and keep moving.” Ulysses S. Grant (1822 to 1885) Original name Hiram Ulysses Grant, he was a US Army general, commander of the Union armies during the late… Read More

Keep the Initiative…

“Whether in attacking, counterattacking, or defensive tactics, the idea of attacking should remain central, to always keep the initiative.” Vo Nguyen Giap (1911 to 2013) Võ Nguyên Giáp was a general in the Vietnam People’s Army and a politician. He is considered one of the greatest military strategists of the 20th century.

New Weapons, New Bottles…

“New weapons require new tactics. Never put new wine into old bottles.” Heinz Guderian (1888 to 1954) Heinz Wilhelm Guderian was German general and tank expert, who became one of the principal architects of armoured warfare and the blitzkrieg between World Wars I and II. He contributed decisively to Germany’s victories in Poland, France, and… Read More

When Obscure…

“When the situation is obscure, attack.” Heinz Guderian (1888 to 1954) Heinz Wilhelm Guderian was German general and tank expert, who became one of the principal architects of armoured warfare and the blitzkrieg between World Wars I and II. He contributed decisively to Germany’s victories in Poland, France, and the Soviet Union early in World… Read More

Hit What…

“Hit hard, hit first, hit often.” Admiral Halsey (1882 to 1959) William Frederick Halsey, Junior, also known as Bull Halsey, was a US naval commander who led vigorous campaigns in the Pacific theatre during World War II. He was a leading exponent of warfare using carrier-based aircraft and became known for his daring tactics.