Military strategy

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A military strategy is a set of ideas or policy used by armed forces to get the results they want.[1] Strategy is used to win combat, battles and wars. It involves planning, logistics (the movement and use of forces and equipment), and the deception of the enemy.

Carl von Clausewitz is considered the creator of modern military strategy.

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  1. Gartner, Scott Sigmund, Strategic Assessment in War, Yale University Press, 1999. p. 163

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