maneuver

One of the authors of this article previously proposed an alternative definition that recognizes the need to consider more than fires and movement alone.

Maneuver in the sense recommended in this article involves only two fundamental elements: the application of capabilities to gain advantage with respect to one or more mission-relevant parties.

Journal Article | January 24, 2012 07:46 PM | Comments(5)

Pierce and Zanol offer a concept for maneuver in n-dimensional terrain.  Does this provide the conceptual basis to combat "wicked" problems?