Maneuver warfare

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Maneuver warfare involves attacking key elements of an enemies fighting resources (Command and control elements, logistical support, fire support, etc.) and is frequently combined with isolation of the forces being attacked.

The skillful use of maneuver warfare can result in a smaller military forces prevailing over much larger forces. Napoleon Bonaparte and Sun Tzu are well-known examples of military strategist/leaders skillfully using maneuver warfare with great effect.