Military Operations

Military Operations

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Since the end of the Cold War, the frequency of U.S. military involvement in Operations Other Than War (OOTW) has increased, while the force structure a number of military personnel have been reduced. This report examines the (1) impact of OOTW on the warfighting capability of each of the services, including the time to recover warfighting skills; (2) extent to which reporting systems fully capture the impacts; (3) available information on the effect of OOTW on morale a retention; (4) ability of U.S. forces to respond to a major theater war while engaged in OOTW; (5) DoD efforts to alleviate any adverse impacts; a (6) funding provided by Congresses for OOTW. Charts a tables.While in Bosnia, armored and mechanized infantry units generally do not conduct any armored maneuver operations and are relieved from tank and Bradley gunnery requirements. The Armya#39;s peace operations field manual states that unitsanbsp;...

Title:Military Operations
Author: Steven H. Sternlieb
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1999-10-01

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