- 1Of, relating to, or constituting actions carefully planned to gain a specific military end: as a tactical officer in the field he had no equalMore example sentences
- That, he says, was the basis upon which the squad was chosen, rather than with a specific tactical plan in place.
- Thus, they determine the feasibility of strategic and tactical plans.
- The result is usually a plan focused at the tactical level driven by the Defense Department toward an exit strategy.
- 1.1(Of bombing or weapons) done or for use in immediate support of military or naval operations. Often contrasted with strategic.More example sentences
- The depot is the Army's center of technical excellence for air defense and tactical missile ground support equipment.
- Washington was not aware of the presence of these tactical nuclear weapons and delivery systems in Cuba.
- He announced to the world the Soviet Union was building secret missile bases in Cuba to house tactical nuclear weapons.
- 1.2(Of a person or their actions) showing adroit planning; aiming at an end beyond the immediate action: in a tactical retreat, she moved into a hotel with her daughtersMore example sentences
- In tactical planning on strategic and key issues for the country we can rely for a common position on parties from the left to the right.
- Perhaps Shakespeare felt that a judicious tactical retreat following rehearsal criticism was in order, but that does not brand the line a mistake.
- Increasingly, data are a vital component in strategic and tactical planning.
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- It is important that school inspectors deal with this situation more tactically to root out mismanagement therein.
- Counterinsurgency warfare is strategically and tactically difficult.
- We've not seen that in great numbers but if it was to occur it would be a serious problem tactically for the coalition.