عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
In recent years, some new terms of war in the domestic military circles have been brought up, and a huge flood of books, articles, training plans, and so on, is being sent to military organizations to respond to this new demand. Consequently, the authorities and military commanders constantly repeat the new term and speak of the transformation in order to keep up with this process, in speeches, conferences, and so on; The catastrophe is rising at a time when a lot of spending is spent on implementing new military exercises, drafting new rules and books, and justifying the use of the new term. And, of course, the result is already clear, and none of these terms has had any tangible achievements so far. The fact is that martial units are practically using the same old way of war, and these new terms only cause confusion and lack of training and, consequently, reduced combat power. Due to the nature of the research subject, this research is applied in a practical way and its research method is consistent with the descriptive method and the mixed data analysis approach has been used efficiently and effectively. To do this research, data collection was done in both field and library methods. For this purpose, related literature and reliable field studies conducted by others have been investigated and other necessary information has been obtained through the search of the library, the Internet and the internal and external databases. The main information was collected through a self-made questionnaire. The reliability of the questionnaire was calculated by split-half method (89%), which confirms that the questions of the questionnaire were highly reliable. The statistical population included in this study is 32 university professors who are in the field of defense and security issues with outstanding academic and practical qualifications. The research findings showed that the components attributed to the combined warfare did not show a significant change with what they were.