Military tourism

  • Michael Hrusovsky
  • Konstantin Noeres


The term military tourism does not apply to a specific form of holiday. Moreover it is a general definition for a holiday whose competitive-advantage-carrying component has a military background.


Tour Operator Medical Tourism Boot Camp Shoot Range Cultural Tourism 
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10.5 References

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  • Michael Hrusovsky
  • Konstantin Noeres

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