This is relevent to BVT discussions and not anywhere else.
Some things military strategist will agree to:
1. Know your enemy
2. Learn his weaknesses
3. Figure out where he's planning to attack
4. Run flanks and diversions
5. Figure a way to disperse his resources
6. Disrupt his communications
7. Cut off his food supply or contaminate it as to cause sickness.
And some concerted efforts used to "Get the job done":
Objective (Direct every military operation towards a clearly defined, decisive, and attainable objective)
Offensive (Seize, retain, and exploit the initiative)
Mass (Concentrate combat power at the decisive place and time)
Economy of Force (Allocate minimum essential combat power to secondary efforts)
Maneuver (Place the enemy in a disadvantageous position through the flexible application of combat power)
Unity of Command (For every objective, ensure unity of effort under one responsible commander)
Security (Never permit the enemy to acquire an unexpected advantage)
Surprise (Strike the enemy at a time, at a place, or in a manner for which he is unprepared)
Simplicity (Prepare clear, uncomplicated plans and clear, concise orders to ensure thorough understanding)
Does anyone see any similarities to the BVT discussions?
One note: The introduction of multiple versions accomplishes some of the above without objection! (but of course some will object to my saying that