Was curious, curiosity didn't kill the cat this time.

Was curious, curiosity didn't kill the cat this time.

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A rather unconventional technique for handgun (and debatably, long gun) shooting. You may have seen Sam Fisher use it in the recent Splinter Cell games. The Guns Mini-Tutorial: Center Axis Relock

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Typically a strong vanguard preceded the main body, and included scouts, cavalry and light troops. A tribune or other officer often accompanied the vanguard to survey the terrain for possible camp locations. Flank and reconnaissance elements were also deployed to provide the usual covering security. Behind the vanguard came the main body of heavy infantry. Each legion marched as a distinct formation and was accompanied by its own baggage train. The last legion usually provided the rear…

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In 107 BCE, to cope with growing demands for military manpower, the Roman commander Marius opened the army to landless peasants and extended the length of military service.

Test Your Knowledge: Defensive Military Tactics

In armed conflict, your best strategy may be defending a stronghold. Prove your knowledge on defensive military tactics with this HowStuffWorks quiz.

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This image depicts the war tactics used during World War II, specifically blitzkrieg. Blitzkrieg was a german tactic that combined mobile forces with local firepower. After the war, militaries turned to atomic warfare instead of physical troop power, sparking the cold war.

Germany's war tactic in World War II continued to be blitzkrieg, which is quick, effective, and intense military campaign intended to bring about multiple victories. This photo shows this military tactic by the Germans.

Roman military tactics are still studied at military schools and staff colleges like Sandhurst to this day. Organised military tactics and strategies certainly predated...

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