To approach teh sea side of maneuver warfare, one ought first to understand its nature and content in general. Contemporary American military reformers seem to claim that maneuver warfare is everything good: outwitting the enemy, creating and exploiting an information advantage, moving faster and more adroitly, and shooting more precisely and effectively. In the rhetoric, maneuver warfare is "rapid, violent, coordinated attack." But who would espouse the opposite, a "slow, feeble, disorganized attack"? If maneuver warfare is nothing more than fighting intelligently, then its antithesis is "stupid" warfare.
Hughes, Wayne P. Jr.
"Naval Maneuver Warfare,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 50
, Article 27.
Available at: http://digital-commons.usnwc.edu/nwc-review/vol50/iss3/27