While Foucault, Lefebvre, and Deleuze and Guattari explore violence through its spatiality, conventional defence analysts are also (more or less) aware of the implications of spatiality for military activities. In this interlude, I draw attention to the competing accounts of spatiality in the dominant military discourses during 1st Cavalry Division’s deployment to Iraq in 2004 to 2005, in particular, those of network-centric warfare (NCW) and ‘three-block’ or urban warfare. I then identify the way in which the approach taken by 1st Cavalry Division during their deployment was generally the result of both the hybridization and the separate operation of different military concepts. This sets the stage for the following chapter, which elaborates a methodological approach that is capable of employing the spatial vocabulary developed in Chapter 1 in a way that is sensitive to the nuance of violence as practised.