Further musings on Policy, Strategy, Operations, and Tactics
See earlier blog post.
After reading BA Friedman's On Operations, I would slightly modify my musings to remove any hint that 'operations' might be a 'level' of activity. In fact, I'd probably revise my definition as follows:
A definition: The art of planning, co-ordinating, and supporting military forces in the furtherance of tactical and strategic objectives.
And a simple model of the relationships:
Perhaps has the merit of simplicity?