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- Land warfare : The operations of predominantly land-based military forces to control areas of ground or defeat other land forces; separate air and naval services support these operations; they involve combat arms such as infantry, armor, artillery, combat engineers, army aviation, and special operations, as well as combat support and combat service support
- Armored fighting vehicle : A military vehicle that is both protected against blast and fragments, and either has offensive weapons or directly supports combat by vehicles with offensive weapons
- Anti-tank weapon : A guided or unguided weapon intended to penetrate armored fighting vehicles; may be a cannon-fired projectile, unguided rocket, gravity bomb, cluster submunition or land mine, or other means of disabling or destroying the target
- Information operations : The integrated employment of the core capabilities of electronic warfare, computer network operations, psychological operations, military deception, and operations security.
- Countermobility : Military engineering activities to limit the mobility of the adversary, such as disrupting transportation and creating military obstacles and reinforcing difficult terrain
- Battlefield air interdiction : Air warfare intended to support ground troops, not by direct firepower but interfering with enemy supplies, reinforcements and communications
- Petroleum, oil and lubricants : Add brief definition or description
- Logistics (military) : "The science of planning and carrying out the movement and maintenance of forces." (Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms)
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- Countervalue : A military targeting doctrine, first articulated in the context of nuclear warfare but not restricted to it, in which the attacker plans to attacks civilian populations, and to destroy the enemy industrial capability , which clearly attacks industry and militarily critical infrastructure, without targeting civilian population or nonmilitary resources