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- n. The techniques for using weapons or military units in combination for engaging and defeating an enemy in battle.
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"Normal military tactics simply can't handle the existence of hyperspace nets," Hammura of Seraph put in.
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.