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Theory Of War
THE GUERRILLA AND HOW TO FIGHT HIM  

Fleet Marine Force Reference Publication (FMFRP) 12-25, The Guerrilla - And How To EigHim, is published to ensure the retention and dissemination of useful information which is not intended tobecoine ...Read more >

320 Pages
4.69 MB
DEFENSE ACQUISITION REFORM:WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?  By SENATOR CARL LEVIN

The U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations contacted over thirty experts from a broad range of backgrounds and solicited their views on a number of subjects relating to the DOD’s acquisition process and how the DOD’s procurement... ...Read more >

214 Pages
2.93 MB
THE CHANGING CHARACTER OF WAR  By HEW STRACHAN

The Europaeum was founded in 1992 as an association of European universities, with a mission to: promote excellence in academic links in research and teaching collaboration between the Europaeum partners; act as an open academic network linking the Europaeum partners... and other bodies in the pursuit of study; .. serve as a resource for the general support and promotion of European studies; .. function independently in the search for new ...Read more >

48 Pages
1.26 MB
TOO BUSY TO LEARN  By Major General Robert H. Scales

When the current wars begin to wind down, which they inevitably will, we need to take a closer look at reforming possibly even by congressional mandateprofessional ...Read more >

6 Pages
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ART OF WAR PAPERS  By Nathan Ray

This thesis contends the debate on whether to embrace a population centric or enemy-centric counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan detracts focus from bilding a balanced ...Read more >

150 Pages
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GLORY RESTORED  

THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE 20082009 GAZA WAR IN TIMES OF EXTENDED CONFLICT : Israelis were concerned in the immediate aftermath of the 2006 Second Lebanon War. A less than stellar military performance caused some to question whether the countrys enemies might be encouraged to take advantage of perceived Israel Defense Forces (IDF) ...Read more >

119 Pages
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PASSING IT ON FIGHTING THE PUSHTUN ON AFGHANISTANS FRONTIER  

Warfare has evolved over thousands of years, but in many aspects, has remained the same. This is particularly true in the mountainous regions along the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan, the region that the British named the North-West Frontier. The hill-country and mountains of this region presented a difficult and often deadly battlefield for forces unfamiliar or untrained in fighting in this rugged and inhospitable terrain.Today, United States and NATO Coalition forces are engaged ...Read more >

167 Pages
11.42 MB
WARS HUMAN COST  

By end-2013, 51.2 million individuals were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, generalized violence, or human rights violations. Some 16.7 million persons were refugees: 11.7 million under UNHCR’s mandate and 5.0 million Palestinian refugees registered by ...Read more >

52 Pages
3.95 MB
GROUNDS FOR WAR  By Dominic D.P. Johnson

The Badme region in the Horn of Africa is claimed by both Ethiopia and Eritrea. It contains few natural resources, and neither state considers it to have strategic ...Read more >

32 Pages
206.38 KB
LEARNING IN THE BRITISH AND GERMAN ARMIES DURING THE GREAT WAR  By ROBERT T. FOLEY

There are many myths about the First World War. One in particular has been both enduring and widespread. Almost from the time of the wars conclusion, the belief arose that the officer corps of the combatant ...Read more >

20 Pages
119.83 KB
DECADE OF WAR, VOLUME I  

The Decade of War study is JCOA’s response to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s call for learning the lessons of the past decade of US military ...Read more >

50 Pages
732.14 KB
IN SEARCH OF THE GOOD WAR JUST WAR AND REALPOLITIK IN OUR TIME  

IN THE TWO decades since the Cold War ended, idealism has dominated international ...Read more >

9 Pages
866.62 KB
SCIENCE VS. THE ART OF WAR  

People generally do not feel comfortable with uncertainty. Hence, there is a constant search in lifeincluding in the militaryfor deriving various principles or rule sets and making things more controllable and predictable. Since ancient ...Read more >

9 Pages
1.47 MB
RECOGNIZING SYSTEMS IN AFGHANISTAN  

Until it was overhauled in 2011, the assessments process in Afghanistans Regional Command South was mired in 240 metrics and indicatorssome of which were uncollectable while others were entirely ...Read more >

18 Pages
701.95 KB
CONVENTIONAL WARS : EMERGING PERSPECTIVE  

Contention, conflict, hostility and wars have always been there because of differences in ideologies, religious faiths and societal values or to acquire a greater share of resources or prestige and power. Before the Peace of Westphalia (1648), wars were waged by religious or social groups, clans and ...Read more >

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