warpower

warpower

(ˈwɔːˌpaʊə)
n
(Military) the ability to wage war
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The book chronicles the impact of warpower on the course of warfare in different contexts and its unanticipated consequences.
urban guerrilla movement in Mogadishu, and the US political and military leadership was not willing to commit the warpower [sic] necessary to carry out the difficult tasks they were assigned.
32) Ana Radelat, "Himes Seeks to Curb Trump's Warpowers," The CTMirror, December 9, 2016, available at <http://ctmirror.