Some thoughts on developing a theory of combat
Huber, Reiner K.Low, L. J.Taylor, James G.
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Following a brief discussion on the need for and the contents of a theory of combat, a conceptual approach to approximate such a theory is proposed and some major previous attempts to establish combat laws are reviewed.
NPS Report NumberNPS55-79-014
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