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  1. Abuse of power
  2. Abuse of office
  3. Mission statement
  4. Military necessity
  5. Necessity of war
  6. Military objective
  7. Shelling out a target
  8. Blue book
  9. Case study
  10. Green paper
  11. Missile silo
  12. Military dictatorship
  13. Grey literature
  14. Doing a U-turn
  15. In situe
  16. inter alia
  17. “best available techniques”
  18. Jus ad bellum
  19. Friendly fire
  20. Collateral damage
  21. US Department of the Navy Total Quality Leadership (TQL) issued White Paper
  22. Culpability of military leadership in failing to prevent non-combatant casualties
  23. Military discipline
  24. Authoritative action
  25. Abolish
  26. Anull
  27. martial law
  28. Abrogate
  29. Repeal
  30. abolish
  31. authoritative action
  32. Anull
  33. Repeal
  34. Chain of responsibility\command
  35. Just in time planning\supply
  36. Overheads
  37. Costing a project
  38. Economic returns
  39. Dereliction of duty
  40. Filibuster
  41. Casus (or code) foederis
  42. Collateral damage
  43. Hybrid warfare
  44. Cold War
  45. Hors de combat
  46. Cause Belli
  47. Ultima ratio
  48. Treason
  49. Sedition
  50. Pariah states
  51. Rogue state
  52. Circumvent
  53. Preclude
  54. Precept
  55. Obviate
  56. Abrogate
  57. False flag operation
  58. Black op's
  59. Clandestine
  60. A "need to know" basis
  61. Ascertain
  62. Probity
  63. Comprimat
  64. Political leverage
  65. Leaked information
  66. Force majeure
  67. Circumvent
  68. Principles of war
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