tactical concept

tactical concept

A statement, in broad outline, which provides a common basis for future development of tactical doctrine. See also tactical sub-concept.
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Going into the Champions League there's a tactical concept and we look forward to improving."
What worked well in Juve's tactical concept until the last 15 minutes was to block Bayern's men along the flanks, Ribery and Costa.
Caption: The German Marder reflects an IFV system design that supports the tactical concept of an integrated armored combat vehicle and dismounted infantry section that operate closely together.
The overall mission commander, in concert with the supporting mission commanders, develops the tactical concept and plan for execution.
"In a very short period of time the players are taking the tactical concept on board of controlling and dominating the game."
"The manager told me he needs me to play at the back, to bring the ball out and to interpret his tactical concept," 29-year-old Scharner said.
Army's overall tactical concept is to equip a 'light' armoured division that could be deployed as a sort of tire brigade anywhere in the world within 96 hours.
As Field Artillery evolves to meet the challenges of future wars against terrorism, the tactical concept of nonlethal (NL) fires will undoubtedly gain increasing emphasis.
Although intended to operate administratively, the underlying tactical concept of the test entailed one nation providing a division headquarters and every other nation providing a brigade.
This means applying principles of fire and movement on all levels of war simultaneously, elevating a tactical concept to an operational and strategic one.
In the tactical concept, it's a great idea because it enables much more rapid deployment, or a change of ammo, without any wasted time.
"It was just a matter of finding a way of defending our 18-yard box, more an attitude than a tactical concept.

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