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Culmination

Dead Carl says: Book VII, Chapter 5. The Culminating Point of the AttackMost of them (attacks) only lead up to the point where their remaining strength is just enough to maintain a defense and wait for peace. Beyond that point the scale turns and the reaction follows with a force that is usually much stronger than than that of the original attack. This is what we mean by the culminating point of the attack.

Army Definition (ADRP 3-0)

The Culminating Point is that point in time and space at which a force no longer possesses the capability to continue its current form of operations.

Offense: Attack is no longer possible and must go on the defense or pause

Defense: No longer able to defend and must withdraw

Stability Operations: Dispersion and Resources

DSCA: Multiple catastrophic events

Joint Definition (JP 5-0)

Culmination is that point in time and/or space at which the operation can no longer maintain momentum.

Offense: Attack is no longer possible and must go on the defense or pause

Defense: No longer able to defend or go on the counteroffensive

Stability Operations: erosion of national will, decline of popular support, excessive casualties, legitimacy