By Marion Warnica, CBC News, July 27, 2016
The untold story of the fight to save Fort McMurray
In military battles, the people in charge describe something called “the fog of war.”
It’s a state of uncertainty that leaders often face when trying to calculate the strength of their foe’s position — and their own. The only way out of that fog is to move faster and be smarter than your opponent.
But what happens when that opponent has no strategy — just a white-hot breath that destroys and kills?