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Manoeuvre Warfare
MANEUVER LEADER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY  

The Maneuver Leader Development Strategy (MLDS) provides the vision and guidance for developing maneuver leaders across the force. This includes professional military education and functional training for officers and noncommissioned officers at the MCoE, home station, combat training centers, and while ...Read more >

131 Pages
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TESTING THE TENETS OF MANOEUVRE  

In September 1943, the 9th Australian Division, having been recalled from an arduous desert campaign in the Middle East which included the eight-month defence of Tobruk against Rommels Afrika Korps, was hastily refitted, retrained and despatched northward to fight the Japanese in the dense, fetid jungles of New ...Read more >

45 Pages
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THE MONGOLS : EARLY PRACTITIONERS OF MANEUVER WARFARE  

The majority of the literature on maneuver warfare begins with an examination of German ''stormtrooper" tactics of World War One or the German blitzkrieg campaigns of World War Two. Soviet deep maneuver campaigns and Israeli campaigns of the last half century are also frequently ...Read more >

47 Pages
1.07 MB
ENHANCING FIRES AND MANEUVER CAPABILITY THROUGH GREATER AIR-GROUND JOINT INTERDEPENDENCE  

This monograph describes PAF research focused on improving airground integration, interoperability, and interdependence. We propose a new joint warfighting concept and, using quantitative methods, demonstrate its potential to increase effectiveness during major ...Read more >

126 Pages
1.14 MB
QUESTIONING A DEITY  

A gathering of nearly 200 individuals representing four nations met at the Israeli Armor Corps Associationfs museum and memorial in Latrun, Israel on September 16]17, 2008 to contemplate the topic of land ...Read more >

72 Pages
1.36 MB
THE MANOEUVRE WARFARE FRAUD  

The concept of Manoeuvre Warfare (MW) in its modern form was first advocated in the early 1980s as part of the US military conventional response to perceived Warsaw Pact superiority. It has since become widely accepted as a style of warfare and generic concept of ...Read more >

9 Pages
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THE MYTHOLOGY SURROUNDING MANEUVER WARFARE  

This paper seeks to clarify and refine the maneuver warfare debate. Many prominent figures, both in and out of uniform, have expressed reservations about maneuver ...Read more >

12 Pages
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EXPEDITIONARY MANEUVER WARFARE  

Our new capstone concept,Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare moves us down the path outlined in Marine Corps Strategy 21,and provides the foundationn for the way the Marine Corps will conduct operations within the complex environment of this new century.EMW is the union of our core competencies.Maneuver Warfare philosophy,expeditionary heritage,and the concepts by which we organize,deploy,and employ forces.It emphasizes the unique capabilities the Marine Corps provides the joint force commander and ...Read more >

16 Pages
2.63 MB
AIR SUPPORT FOR THE DIVISION DEEP BATTLE : DOCTRINAL DISCONNECT  

This monograph discusses the linkage between air support and the division deep battle from 1982-1994. In 1982,the Army introduced battlefield air interdiction as an important asset for the corps and division deep battle.After the Army published the 1986 virsion of FM 100-5,operational level commanders assumed more control over BAI.Consequently,the division rarely received fixed wing air support for its deep battle.The Joint Force Air component Commander in operation Desert Storm eliminated BAI ...Read more >

60 Pages
3.31 MB
FALSE PROPHETS : THE MYTH OF MANEUVER WARFARE AND THE INADEQUACIES OF FMFM-1 WARFIGHTING  

The Myth of Maneuver Warfare is a title chosen with deliberate care.The Central argument offered in this paper is that the version of maneuver warfare presented in FMFM-1 Warfighting is best described as myth.Since precise and objective definition and the context in which words are used are critical elements of that argument,this paper begins by defining what is meant by myth.Myth has many connotations,but for our purposes myth is defined as a thing existing only in imagination or whose ...Read more >

53 Pages
3.31 MB
A CRITIQUE OF THE BOYD THEORY-IS IT RELEVANT TO THE ARMY.  

This monograph begins with an exploration of the first question,what is the Boyd Theory. To many it is simply the OODA loop depicting the human behavioral cycle of decision making. To others it is a description of command and control.To true believers, it is a profound theory of warfare.To answer this question,this study begins with a review of several primary source documents including Boyds 1976 unpublished essay entitled Destruction and Creation to discern the basic elements of his ...Read more >

73 Pages
4.31 MB
APPLYING OPERATIONAL MANOEUVRE THEORY TO CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONS  

The complex nature of the modern insurgency brings into question the relevance of traditional manoeuvre warfare at the operational level. Western militaries are clearly structured, equipped and trained to fight conventional force-on-force engagements against traditional militaries of other nation states. However, in the fourth-generation warfare (4GW) environment, the insurgents are characterized by a complex networking of independent entities, each with potentially different root causes ...Read more >

25 Pages
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MANUEVER WARFARE IN HINDI  

20 Pages
5.30 MB
IS THERE A DEEP FIGHT IN A COUNTERINSURGENCY  

IS THERE a deep fight in counterinsurgency operations. Based on our experience as planners in Combined Joint Task Force 180 during Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) IV in Afghanistan, we say, Yes. Our previous military education and trainin taught us that depth on the battlefield was physical in ...Read more >

4 Pages
1.30 MB
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