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adversary
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Definition
an opponent
  • The decisive factor is how you take apart your adversary's system.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (12% in)
  • In war game parlance, the United States and its allies are always known as Blue Team, and the enemy is always known as Red Team, and JFCOM generated comprehensive portfolios for each team, covering everything they would be expected to know about their own forces and their adversary's forces.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (9% in)
  • The decisive factor is how you take apart your adversary's system.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (13% in)
  • Blue Team's commanders were also given a tool called Effects-Based Operations, which directed them to think beyond the conventional military method of targeting and destroying an adversary's military assets.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (14% in)
  • "We looked at the full array of what we could do to affect our adversary's environment—political, military, economic, societal, cultural, institutional.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (15% in)

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