Classes of military fictionEdit
Types of military fiction include:
- War novels, including written military fiction 
- War films, military fiction in cinema 
- Military and war video games
Subgenres of military fiction include:
Works and elements of military fictionEdit
Works of military fiction:
Elements of military fiction:
Creators of military fictionEdit
- Autumn M. Birt (9 January 2015). "What's in a Genre: Military Fiction". Autumn Writing.
- Brian Andrews (29 May 2019). "What You Need to Know Before You Leap into Military Fiction". Career Authors.
- "Military Fiction". Good Reads.
- Allen Strickland (21 December 2016). "The Star Wars on Film: ROGUE ONE And Sci-Fi Warfare". Lewton Bus.
- Simon Parkin (22 October 2014). "The military-entertainment complex: Call of Duty makers have close ties with the Pentagon". The Guardian. Raw Story.
- "Best War Fiction Books". Library Thing.
- Brian Merchant (18 September 2015). "The Author of Our Best SF Military Novel Explains the Future of War". Motherboard. Vice.
- Franz-Stefan Gady (7 December 2019). "The Impact of Fiction on the Future of War". The Diplomat.
- Hector Tobar (2 October 2013). "Tom Clancy: An appreciation". Los Angeles Times.
- Daphne Mallory (29 August 2020). "What Is Naval Fiction?". Wise Geek.
- W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction
- Military history
- Western (genre)
- Chivalric romance (genre)
- Chanbara (genre)
- Wuxia (genre)
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