In the midst of the war, the words “warfare” and “combat” are often used interchangeably.
But is this true?
Let’s take a look at the definitions and find out.
In this first article, we’re going to look at a word that is often used to describe the act of war.
We’ll also look at its most commonly used counterpart, “combat.”
This article originally appeared in the September 18, 2018 issue of The Atlantic.
It was first published on October 12, 2018.