"Like most useful military concepts, ‘fog of war’ normally is attributed to Clausewitz, who receives the credit for the alliterative "fog and friction"— friction referring to a physical impediment to military action, fog to the commander’s lack of clear information. The only problem with this neat formula is that he neither uses fog of war nor gives fog significant weight in his argument."
Kiesling, Eugenia C. "On War Without the Fog." Military Review, Sept./Oct. 2001, page 85.
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