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Use minimum force, stay with the enemy, know your ideal range.
Fist-fight, sword duel, or a whole front of a modern war, some ideas can be applied across the board.
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If a principle is sound, then it is probably applicable in more than one situation. Here I discuss three principles that I consider to be widely applicable in conflict: use the minimum force necessary to do the job; stay in contact with the enemy; know your ideal range and stick to it.
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