which an attacking force seeks to avoid the principal enemy's
defenses by seizing objectives to the enemy rear or flank in order to destroy
him in his current positions
what is a turning movement?
attacking force avoids the enemy's principal defensive positions
by seizing objectives to the enemy's rear and causing the enemy to move out of
his current positions
what is infiltration?
attacking force moves undetected into or
through the enemy's main defenses
what is the difference between consolidation and reorganization?
Consolidation is the process of organizing and strengthening a newly captured position so that it can be defended. Reorganization is the actions taken to shift internal resources within a degraded unit to increase its level of combat effectiveness
what does special purpose attacks include?
Ÿ Spoiling attack.
what are the characteristics of defense?
preparation, security, disruption, massing effects, and flexibility