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Black Hawk Down and the French principles of warPublié le 16/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
by Hugo-Alexandre Queijo

Black Hawk Down is one of the most iconic war movies. Produced and directed by Ridley Scott in 2001, it is the adaptation of the book, Black Hawk Down: a story of Modern Warfare, written by Mark Bowden.

Surprise in French warfighting culturePublié le 14/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
by Major Philippe Georges

Surprise has always been a phenomenon integral to war. Throughout history, the importance of surprise has been apparent in numerous studies on strategic thinking. Surprise can occur in diverse domains, including geographic space, time, technology and doctrine. Not mutually exclusive, these fields in which surprise has been achieved can be combined in order to increase its effects.

Taking onboard interculturality and rendering it operationalPublié le 13/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
by Colonel Martial Reinbold

Interculturality is hardly a new subject. However, a clear concep-tualization of the term is yet to emerge and be applied on a conscious and voluntary basis. The successive stages in military history – war amidst populations, indigenization of troops and the identification of the popula-tion as the center of gravity – reveal the need for this intercultural factor to be taken into account in the areas of both tactics and military strategy.

The evolution of principles of war in French military doctrine, from Antiquity to todayPublié le 12/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
Colonel Fabrice Clée

In the field of the art and science of war, theorists since Antiquity have been interested, in the search of fundamental rules allowing the strategist and the tactician to gain the ascendancy over an adversary.

The fundamental principles of operational decision-making in the French ArmyPublié le 11/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
Colonel Fabrice Clée

Operational decision-making culture in the French Army is rooted in the very rich history of ideas and strategic thinking in the West. Operational decision-making deals with any complex reasoning process that can be characterized by four phases: knowledge acquisition, problem modeling, choice and action control.

The new forms of war and the future of Air-Land operationsPublié le 10/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
Colonel Gilles HABEREY

War today encompasses many forms and understanding the enemy is hence-forth questioned by his protracted use of hybrid strategies. Given the dire consequences a potential ill-suited military apparatus could lead to, both our enemy’s hybrid warfare and our own constraints compel us to humbly extend our thinking accordingly.

Furia Francese: representations, limits and realityPublié le 09/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
Colonel Fabrice Clée

Forced to retreat from Naples in the summer of 1495, French King Charles VIII’s campaign came to a stop when facing the League of Venice near Fornovo. The gallantry and the fierceness of the French troops, led by the King himself, were highlighted by Italian chroniclers who spoke of Furia Francese. This expression survived through the years and glorified the irresistible impulse of French troops in combat when appropriately led. Since the battle of Fornovo, France has been involved in 49 major conflicts.

The French approach to warfightingPublié le 08/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
Général de division Pascal Facon, directeur du Centre de doctrine et d’enseignement du commandement

The difference between winning or losing a war generally hangs on a razor’s edge. Force ratio, strategy, tactics, procedures, weapons, training, the list of contributing factors goes on. But there is one key factor that more than any other will lead one of the warring parties to its victory or its defeat. Military history proves that only nations driven by a strategic culture deeply rooted in an actual fighting spirit can prevail.

⭐ Le fil de l’esprit guerrierPublié le 07/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
le chef de bataillon Arnaud BRIGANTI, de l’École de Guerre-Terre

« Se tromper sur la guerre, c’est se tromper sur la société. »1


Pierre CLASTRES, Archéologie de la violence

✅ La stratégie d’influence du Hezbollah au Sud-Liban 3/3Publié le 06/06/2019

BRENNUS 4.0
Madame Clara DUROVRAY, du pôle études et prospective du CDEC

Devenue chaîne satellitaire en 2000, al-Manar s’est développée pour le Hezbollah comme un lien direct avec les autres populations arabes. Dès le début 2001, al-Manar comptait plus de 10 millions de téléspectateurs et était ainsi la deuxième chaîne la plus regardée dans le monde arabe48.

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