November 1936

Military Management*

Volume 20, Issue 4

Frequently in the pursuit of learning concerning the military art we encounter such words as, "direction," "surprise," "mobility," "concentration," "security." Words such as "management," "orders," "initiative," "interest and interference," "reward and punishment," and "command" appear only as trite routine phrases. The first group deals with tactics-the maneuvering of squads, companies, brigades; the second with maneuvering individuals-men.

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