Ah, I digress. But what I digress from is extemporizing on the subject of a game I've never played, so you're not missing much. Military strategy on a handheld? Sure, if Nintendo wants to resurrect commercially defunct gaming genres for a niche market, they're welcome to. And if they profit obscenely in the process, that's their business.
Roll out the heavy artillery.
Mobilize your ground force over all-new terrain, mount a massive aerial assault against new enemies and coordinate a campaign designed to shock your enemy. You are the commanding officer. Let the relentless bombardment begin.