Definition of military science in English:

military science

Syllabification: mil·i·ta·ry sci·ence

noun

The study of the causes and tactical principles of warfare.
More example sentences
  • It prescribes which sciences are to be studied in the city-state, and the other capacities - such as military science, household management, and rhetoric - fall under its authority.
  • The second is that, at present, PLA military science, strategy, and procurement do not seek to wage a high-tech local war but to defeat an enemy who wages high-tech local war against them.
  • Just as a doctor's expertise is the study and practice of medicine, the Army professional's expertise is the study and application of military science.

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