The three-element theory developed by George Jellinek is the most widely accepted definition of the state in the academic community. According to this theory, the state consists of the elements of man, land and sovereignty. The most important of these elements is, of course, human. The quality human resources in the hands of the states will facilitate the provision of other elements and directly affect the power of the state. The way to raise quality people is through quality education. For this reason, the issue of education has come to the present day as an issue that states focus on with sensitivity. In the ages when brute force was more important than knowledge, the education given on the art of war shifted to the field of science and technology in the following periods. In this way, thanks to the trained manpower, the states have succeeded in creating the other two elements in the strongest way.