Military Advantage

Some articles on military, military advantage:

Military Necessity - Attacks
... Military necessity is governed by several constraints an attack or action must be intended to help in the military defeat of the enemy, it must be an attack on a military objective ... In a section titled "Allegations concerning War Crimes " he did not call it military necessity but summed up the term Under international ... to carry out proportionate attacks against military objectives, even when it is known that some civilian deaths or injuries will occur ...
Distinction (law) - Codification
... Rome Statute permit belligerents to carry out proportionate attacks against military objectives, even when it is known that some civilian deaths or injuries will occur ... of distinction) (Article 8(2)(b)(i)) or an attack is launched on a military objective in the knowledge that the incidental civilian injuries would be clearly excessive in ... which would be clearly excessive in relation to the concrete and direct overall military advantage anticipated Article 8(2)(b)(iv) draws on the principles in Article 51(5)(b) of ...
Military.com
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Famous quotes containing the words military advantage, advantage and/or military:

    In early times every sort of advantage tends to become a military advantage; such is the best way, then, to keep it alive. But the Jewish advantage never did so; beginning in religion, contrary to a thousand analogies, it remained religious. For that we care for them; from that have issued endless consequences.
    Walter Bagehot (1826–1877)

    The advantage of love at first sight is that it delays a second sight.
    Natalie Clifford Barney (1876–1972)

    War both needs and generates certain virtues; not the highest, but what may be called the preliminary virtues, as valour, veracity, the spirit of obedience, the habit of discipline. Any of these, and of others like them, when possessed by a nation, and no matter how generated, will give them a military advantage, and make them more likely to stay in the race of nations.
    Walter Bagehot (1826–1877)