Related Rule
Togo
Practice Relating to Rule 8. Definition of Military Objectives
According to Togo’s Military Manual (1996), “[m]ilitary objectives comprise”:
- Establishments, positions, buildings where armed forces or material belonging to them are situated (example: positions, barracks, stores);
- Other objects which by their nature, location, purpose or use make an effective contribution to military action and whose total or partial destruction, capture or neutralization, in the circumstances ruling at the time, offers a definite military advantage (geographic spots of tactical importance, crests, thalwegs, mined areas). 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule I, pp. 13–14.
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) considers the armed forces, with the exception of medical and religious personnel and objects, to be military objectives. 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule I, p. 13.
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) considers “the establishments, positions and constructions where armed forces and their materiel are located (e.g. positions, barracks and depots)” as military objectives. 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule I, p. 13.
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) considers “an area of land of tactical importance” as a military objective. 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule I, p. 13.