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Mil History
THE HISTORY OF MILITARY TECHNOLOGY  By Roman Jarymowycz

Technology is applied science. It has also been defined as applied knoledge or instrumental knoledge. Military Technology is in essence the certion of weapons or weapons systems that ..... ...Read more >

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BATTLE OF THE BULGE : THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION AGE COMMAND AND CONTROL ON CONFLICT  By Richard E. Hayes

The decisions made by the allies illustrate : effective Industrial Age decisionmaking, Situations where the adoption of network-centric and Ege decisionmaking would have made a ...Read more >

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THE LAND WARFARE PAPERS  By Mikhail Nikolayevich Tukhachevsky

Few people today, excepting perhaps students of military and soviet history, know much about the Soviet military officer Mikhail Nikolayevich Tukhachevsky. Even those who have studird and written about his life ...Read more >

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THERE TO THE BITTER END  By Anne Blair

Counter - insurgency was the watchword in the early 1960s, and US army units hastened to put forward their best for courses of ...Read more >

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HIGHER COMMAND IN WAR   By Field Marshal Sir William Slim

Field Marshal Sir William Slim served in World War I and in the Indian army during the interwar period. as commander of the Ist Burma Corps (1942-1945) and supreme affied commander of the ground forces in Southeast Asia ...Read more >

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TRENDS IN WORLD MILITARY EXPENDITURE 2013  By Dr Sam Perlo

Global military expenditure fell in 2013, by 1.9 per cent in real terms, to reach $1747 billion. This was the second consecutive year in which spending fell, and the rate of decrease was higher than the 0.4 per cent fall in 2012 ...Read more >

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ARE WE WINNING A BRIEF HISTORY OF MILITARY OPERATIONS ASSESSMENT   By Emily Mushen and Jonathan Schroden

“Are we winning?” That simple question has proven decidedly difficult for the U.S. military to answer at various times in its history, and in recent decades has given rise to formal processes for trying to measure progress in warfare—a practice that has become known as “operations assessment.” ...Read more >

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