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Military Research is a Military Policy Card in Civilization VI.

Strategy Edit

Military Research isn't really worth adopting prior to Rise and Fall, in which both its Civ6Science Science bonus and the number of buildings that confer the bonus increase. If you plan on adopting it, research Siege Tactics as early as possible and hold off on researching Steel until you've fortified your cities with Renaissance Walls.

This policy is particularly useful to the Georgians, whose unique building is cheaper than the Renaissance Walls and will provide them with additional Civ6Faith Faith.

Civilopedia entry Edit

While there were some instances of government military research before, the funding of science with military applications has had a transformative effect on research since the opening decade of the 20th Century. World War I was termed the “chemists’ war” as scientists funded by their governments raced to develop more and more lethal chemicals and countermeasures against the newest gases; meanwhile physicists were building bigger and better guns, bombs, and machines. World War II marked an even greater investment in military innovations, culminating in that mushroom cloud over Hiroshima. The sheer scale of military research funding since has had a profound effect on civilization … especially as some (but not all) new discoveries also have civilian applications.

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