The basic military skills required to operate in the field, such as stealth, camouflage, and observation.(noun)
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Use "fieldcraft" in a sentence
"Today, they exhibit a new proficiency in the fieldcraft of war, digging slit-trenches, camouflaging their positions behind sandy revetments and plotting choreographed offensives."
"The Ministry of Defence openly admits that British forces have trained Saudi Arabia's National Guard in the art of "public order enforcement" and in "weapons, fieldcraft and general military skills training, as well as incident handling, bomb disposal, search, public order and sniper training".1,200 of these British-trained National Guards were used to suppress the revolution in Bahrain in March."
"They learn fieldcraft and weapons handling, and some go on to receive advanced training in Iran."