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Warfare

An explanation of the biggest method used to settle problems throughout history
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Jon H

on 29 May 2014

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Transcript of Warfare

What is Warfare?
Future Force Warrior
Types of Warfare
Naval Warfare
Airborne Warfare
Biological/Chemical/Nuclear Warfare
Asymmetric Warfare
Land Warfare
Siege Warfare
Fortification
Psychological Warfare‎
Trench Warfare
Technologies Developed in Warfare
Ancient Weapons
brass knuckles
daggers and knives
Swords
blades can be staight or curved
clubs
spears and staffs
war hammers
Siege Engines
Mortars, Anti-Aircraft, Anti-Tank, Launchers, Anti-Material Rifles
Grenade Launchers, Grenades, Handguns, Rifles
Carbines, Shotguns, Sniper Rifles, Bolt Action Rifles
Automatic Rifles, Submachine Guns, Machine Guns
Anti-Armor or Explosive
Modern Small Arms
Anti-Personnel
Automatic Weapons
Rifles
Robots, Flamethrowers, IED, Grenades
Specialty Weapons
Military Vehicles
Personnel Carriers
Tanks
Aircraft
Battleships
Naval Ships
Submarines
Aircraft Carriers
Cruisers
Assault Boats
Shields
axes
Bows
Longbow
Crossbow
By
Jonathan Huang
Warfare
Artillery
Explosives
Used to obliterate enemy positions
Missiles
Non-Violent and Defensive Military Technologies
Chemical and
Biological Weapons
Armor
Satellites,Communications, and Drones
Medical Equipment
Fortifications
Criteria for Soldiers
Brave
Strong
Improvise
Being able to (be)...
Sacrifice
Think Under Pressure
Alert
Listen
Endure
Organized
Quick
Strategize
Survive
Learn
Infantry
The most basic unit of each army
-usually fight on foot
-usually do most of the dying
-usually fight in massed numbers
Armored
-big guns
-heavy armor
-motorized
Special Forces
-irregular fighters
-most elite of each army
Marines
-the Navy's infantry
-specialize in amphibious assaults
Pilots
Engineers
-the
real
geniuses behind the scenes
Spy
Types of Terrain/Environments
marine
desert/hot
mountain/cold
forest
urban
trench/enclosed
aerial
Armored Warfare
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Strategies
and
Tactics
-intelligence collectors
-they know everything
Attrition
Blockade
Divide and Conquer
Flanking
Blitzkrieg
Swarm
Air and/or Naval Superiority
Guerrilla Campaigns
Reconnaissance
Patrols
Ambush
Suppressive Fire
-defined by NATO as “the application of fire, coordinated with the manoeuvre of forces, to destroy, neutralize or suppress the enemy.”
Night Combat
Shoot and Scoot
Shock
Leapfrogging
Most Successful Strategists/Tacticians
Alexander the Great
Napoleon Bonaparte
Genghis Khan
Hannibal Barca
Julius Caesar
George Patton
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Erwin Rommel
The Physical and Economic Effects of War
War Economy
Total War
Rations
Conscription
Technological Acceleration
War Bonds
The Future of Warfare
Improve Strategic Agility
Decrease the Logistics Footprint
Reduce Operating and Maintenance Costs
Increase Battlefield Lethality and Survivability
-what the future of warfare will hold
Future Combat Systems
Joint Tactical Radio System
Drones and Robots
Future Force Warrior
Questions?
(1) Accessible ground;
(2) entangling ground; (3) temporizing ground;
(4) narrow passes;
(5) precipitous heights;
(6) positions at a great distance from the enemy

Detection Systems:
Sonar and Radar
Early Modern Age Weapons
Firearms
Muskets
Rifles
Flintlocks
Breechloaders
Cannons
Artillery
Mortar
Howitzer
Ancient Military Units
Infantry
Pikeman
Swordsman
Cavalry
Dragoon
Knight
Missile Cavalry
Archers
Mounted
Elephant
Horse
Camel
Inflation
Inflation
Inflation
Inflation
Inflation
Zhuge Liang
Sun Tzu
Mercenaries
big and hard to maintain
light and flexible
average
lethal
Stock Market Crashes
Civilian Deaths
Destruction
Environmental Effects
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