Strategy or Tactics?

Tactics is the science and art of handling troops and military units in the presence of the enemy. By extension, it can mean any maneuvering or adroit device to accomplish a goal. The adjective form is tactical.

As an illustration, the military term tactical unit refers to the largest group of troops or troops and equipment that can be directed by a single officer.

Strategy is the study or science of military position on a broad scale for winning in a war. It can also refer to the use of stratagems in business or political affairs. The adjective form is strategic.

Stratagem is a maneuver designed to deceive and outwit an enemy in war. By extension, it can refer to any action designed for obtaining an advantage.


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