The Air Force role in low-intensity conflict

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DIANE Publishing, 1986
 

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Página 10 - Participation by civilian and military agencies of a government in any action programs taken by another government to free and protect its society from subversion, lawlessness, and insurgency.
Página 24 - It would be the greatest mistake to believe that a victory which spares the lives and feelings of the losers need be any less permanent or salutary than one which inflicts heavy losses on the fighting men and results in a 'peace' dictated on a stricken field.
Página 8 - Operations conducted by specially trained, equipped, and organized DOD forces against strategic or tactical targets in pursuit of national military, political, economic, or psychological objectives. These operations may be conducted during periods of peace or hostilities. They may support conventional operations, or they may be prosecuted independently when the use of conventional forces is either inappropriate or infeasible.
Página 106 - Air Force Manual (AFM) 1-1, Basic Aerospace Doctrine of the United States Air Force.
Página 2 - Low-Intensity conflict" as used here, refers to the range of activities and operations on the lower end of the conflict spectrum involving the use of military or a variety of semi-military forces (both combat and noncombat) on the part of the intervening power to influence and compel the adversary to accept a particular political-military condition.
Página 29 - Saharan territory, most especially the Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el Hamra and Rio de Oro...
Página 9 - Those military, paramilitary, political, economic, psychological, and civic actions taken by a government to defeat , subversive insurgency.
Página 8 - Secondary or supporting operations which may be adjuncts to various other operations and for which no one service is assigned primary responsibility.
Página 89 - I am directing the Secretary of Defense to expand rapidly and substantially the orientation of existing forces for the conduct of nonnuclear war, paramilitary operations and sublimited or unconventional wars.
Página 89 - In an open letter to the armed services in the spring of 1962, President Kennedy said: The military challenge to freedom includes the threat of war in various forms, and actual combat in many cases. We and our allies can meet the thermonuclear threat. We are building a greater "conventional deterrent capability.

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