The techniques for using weapons or military units in combination for engaging and defeating an enemy in battle.(noun)
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Use "military tactics" in a sentence
"The Barbudos, the bearded band of rebels, cigars clenched in their teeth, dressed in green, toted huge guns more impressive for portraits than military tactics — but the weapons were reminiscent of the Mexican revolution, which was the very image of a fabled Latin revolution."
"He also completed a four-year engineering apprenticeship with British Steel Corporation, and training in military tactics and technology at the Royal Military College of Science."
"As a warrior, he stands at the head and is the dictator of a multitudinous, powerful, and well organized army, epuipped and skilled in all the military tactics of diabolical and spiritual warfare."