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U.S. low-intensity conflicts 1899-1990
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington
Written in English
|Other titles||US low-intensity conflicts 1899-1990, U.S. low intensity conflicts 1899-1990|
|Statement||by the Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress ; prepared at the request of the Readiness Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, second session.|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Readiness Subcommittee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 284 p. :|
|Number of Pages||284|
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Multifarious low-intensity conflicts (LICs), which occupy the imprecise space between normal peacetime competition and combat equivalent to that in Korea and Vietnam, have threatened or supported important U.S. interests throughout the Twentieth Century. Get this from a library.
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Cited by: 2. Originally published in by the U.S. Marine Corps, this book examines the practical and philosophical aspects of low-intensity conflicts, which were then referred to as ‘Small Wars.’ This is one of the best books on military peacekeeping and counterinsurgency operations /5(37).
The massive military power of the west has led to a scenario where low intensity conflict, almost unrecognizable from crime, is the norm.
The author details how modern military establishments are completely unprepared and improperly structured and organized to fight these A very concise summary of military structures from the 19th century /5. This book examines in depth the experiences of the armed forces of each of these countries in implementing mission command, and reveals the key factors that have determined the success or failure of the implementation—factors such as the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA), the spread of low-intensity conflicts and operations other than war Cited by: DAVID E.
SPENCER spent five years between and travelling to and studying the guerrilla war. He served as a political consultant to the armed forces.
From to he served in the U.S. Army and National Guard. An expert on U.S. low-intensity conflicts 1899-1990 book warfare and low-intensity conflict, he has published numerous articles on these topics.
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The term can be used to describe conflicts where at least one or both of the opposing. One of the dominant academic debates taking place with regard to the Mexican cartels is the threat that they may pose to sovereign states. The outlines of this debate can be seen in Table 1: Organized crime vs. criminal insurgency.
Footnote 1 The debate is taking place not only in online professional publications—such as in Small Wars Journal and Insight Crime— and in more Cited by: 5. Full text of "Low Intensity Conflict And Modern Technology" See other formats Low-Intensity Conflict and Modem Technology Lt Col David J.
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Sam C. Sarkesian (November 7, – Septem ) was a prominent scholar of civil-military relations and national security, who published numerous books and articles concerning various topics in these was also a member of the military, serving in Korea and Vietnam. He retired from the U.S. Army (Airborne/Special Forces/Infantry) as a Lieutenant interests: Military Sociology, Civil-Military Relations.
Before there was such a term as “low-intensity conflict,” the U.S. Marine Corps were already past masters of the art. This manual encapsulates all their learnings and experiences of what we now know as military peacekeeping and counter-insurgency operations.
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1 These questions and others have occupied the attention of planners and trainers in the U.S.Chapter 9. Low-Intensity Conflict. This chapter provides concepts and doctrine concerning interrogation assets in LIC operations.
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