This chapter presents certain types of objects whose 'contribution', in the context of effective contribution to military action, or 'advantage' in the second element of the definition has been disputed. It deals with objects associated with political leadership, civilian morale, TV and radio broadcasting facilities and with commission of serious international crimes. The chapter focuses on the analysis of each element of the definition of military objectives. It looks at certain aspects of how the definition has been operationalised in armed conflicts since 1977. The chapter also examines how military forces conceptualise military operations, and what problems arise involving interoperability between States when they make targeting decisions. There are certain targets whose determination in accordance with the requirements of the definition is problematic. The post-conflict US assessment report claimed that television and radio broadcasting facilities were generally considered to be used for both military and civilian purposes.