"So the Handbook tacticians knew what they were about," Stryker said minutes later.
But reports are drawn up, after the battle, and then it is that the tacticians are triumphant.
She gave presidents, cabinet officers, commanders, tacticians and strategists.
Tacticians have divided a battle into three periods, which are disposition, combat, and the decisive moment.
More pressing even than the need of tacticians was the need of organizers of victory.
But the generals, the tacticians, the strategists of the Deep did not remain wedded to the one weapon.
Prince Leopold's Left Wing, as we said, was entirely defective in the eye of tacticians (after the event).
For, though rhetoric may be cultivated, the most wonderful of tacticians cannot put individual ideas into the brains of a pupil.
Indeed, some have gone so far as to ascribe to great strategists and tacticians a mental organ peculiarly adapted to this point.
Perhaps the most interesting of Ottoman fights from the tacticians point of view was the second battle of Kossova .