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BACK TO BASICS A STUDY OF THE SECOND LEBANON WAR AND OPERATION CAST LEAD  

This book does not try to encapsulate the origins nor predict the future of this long and on-going conflict; instead it examines the combat actions in two of the most recent operations in Lebanon and the Gaza ...Read more >

156 Pages
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THE OTHER END OF THE SPEAR : THE TOOTHTO TAIL RATIO (T3R) IN MODERN MILITARY OPERATIONS  

This work is a companion to a previous volume entitled Boots on the Ground: Troop Density in Contingency Operations. Boots on the Ground analyzed historical precedent to develop a planning factor or average figure for the number of troops employed in successful contingency operations. The emphasis in that work was on the total number of troops needed, not the specific type of troops within that total. The historical examples represented various counterinsurgency, occupation and peacekeeping ...Read more >

123 Pages
2.09 MB
CROSSING THE LINE OF DEPARTURE  

This work discusses the historical development of technology and techniques to command and control large military forces actively engaged in combat operations against an armed enemy in fast paced, mobile style actions. The mobile nature of such operations can be defined as the movement of a military force swift enough to either surprise its enemy by its speed of advance or retreat, or which forces the enemy to respond in a manner that he is either unprepared for or less likely to be successful. ...Read more >

305 Pages
9.40 MB
COMPOUND WARFARE THAT FATAL KNOT  

This collection contains studies of conflicts that occurred in three different centuries and in many different social, political, economic, and military ...Read more >

334 Pages
1.95 MB
SPECIAL EDITION COUNTERINSURGENCY READER PART -II  

America’s Frontier Wars: Lessons for Asymmetric ...Read more >

219 Pages
18.62 MB
SPECIAL EDITION COUNTERINSURGENCY READER PART -I  

Winning the War of the Flea Lessons from Guerrilla ...Read more >

203 Pages
24.78 MB
SPECIAL ISSUE : COUNTERINSURGENCY/IRREGULAR WARFARE  

Today’s counterinsurgency warfare involves a competition between human networks—ours and theirs. To understand their networks, we must understand the networks’s preexisting links as well as the cultural and historical context behind the struggle. We also have to understand not just the insurgents’ network, but those of the host-nation government, its people, our coalition partners, NGOs and, of course, ...Read more >

100 Pages
11.21 MB
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