Definition/Scope: Support and subsidiary means that significantly increase the relative combat strength (power) of a force while actual force ratios remain constant. Examples are: economizing in one area to mass in another; leadership; unit morale; surprise; deception; battlefield information; camouflage; electronic warfare; psychological operations; and terrain reinforcement.
Used For:combat multipliers
Broader Terms:force management
Narrower Terms:Contracting Officer's Representative
Related Terms:combat power