A friend of mine was a tank commander in Europe during the Cold War. They had target prioritization. Specialists, flankers and then the nearest threat. So, if you are in a tank and there is an anti-tank weapon at effective range and a nearby infantry platoon and another armored vehicle to the flank, you would kill the AT weapon, the vehicle and the infantry platoon in that order…assuming you survive. 😀 The same could be said for infantry.
Another friend told me a story when he was in infantry training. The drill instructor said, “Gentlemen! If you see a man with a flame thrower, you shoot him first cuz he will rain scunion* on you!”
These principles work surprisingly well in wargaming.
*Back in the day, I suspect scunion meant something different than “weed”.
"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."