He described the Israeli leader as “an ideologue and a tactician, but not a gifted strategist.”
It is really of no use to the political operative or tactician looking for a leg up over the opposition.
He was the chief of staff to General Meade, and was a strategist, a tactician, and an engineer.
He was an officers orderly in his youth and is some tactician, believe me.
His advice was often asked and minded, but he gave it in the capacity of a frontiersman, not as a tactician or officer.
As a warrior he was great, yet more of a tactician than a strategist.
He was a thorough disciplinarian, an able tactician, and the interests and welfare of his men were constantly upon his heart.
It seems that the officer in charge was a bit of a tactician and knew his men well.
A leader of men rather than a tactician or strategist, he played on the enthusiasm of his soldiers by example rather than precept.
No tactician, no engineer but would have realized their strategic importance.