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Military science is the study of military processes (decision making, etc.), institutions (units, armies, training organizations, etc.), and behavior (by individuals and units in war and peace), along with the study of war and warfare, and the theory and application of organized coercive force. It is a field of study, rooted in the humanities, that focuses on the study of the use of organized coercive force in history and in the international community through the theoretical study of military processes (decision making, etc.), institutions (units, armies, training organizations, etc.), war and warfare (meaning armed conflict and the application of organized coercive force within armed conflict), and behavior (by individuals and units in war and peace); how the military aspect of national power relates to ...

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