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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Unconventional warfare (United States doctrine).
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  • Ambush [r]: A military action of short duration, in which the side preparing it creates a tactical situation in which the enemy will move into an area where he will suffer the most damage. [e]
  • Counterinsurgency [r]: Theory and practice of defeating insurgency without creating even more local resistance or strategic failures [e]
  • Counterproliferation [r]: The set of activities that detect and monitor the threat of weapons of special concern against one's own nation and one's allies. [e]
  • Counterterrorism [r]: A range of activities that prevent attempted terrorism well before an actual act is close to being executed, including killing or capturing terrorists; complements and can include anti-terrorism, or measures taken to minimize the impact of an attempted or completed act; counterterrorism proper is "enemy centric" rather than counterinsurgency, which is "people-centric" [e]
  • Direct action (military) [r]: Military attacks, usually by special operations forces on land, against specific, well-defined targets, often behind enemy lines. [e]
  • Foreign internal defense [r]: The United States military doctrine for assisting Host Nations in their counterinsurgency programs [e]
  • Fratricide [r]: The killing of one's brother, but in a military context, the killing of one's own forces ("friendly fire"). [e]
  • Guerrilla warfare [r]: A set of strategic, operational, and tactical actions, within a political context, taken against an enemy in territory dominated by that enemy, by irregular troops, often not uniformed [e]
  • Improvised explosive device [r]: A destructive device, not completely made from purpose-built military components, that is intended to cause destruction by means of an explosive charge and perhaps other components that increase damage [e]
  • Information operations [r]: The integrated employment of the core capabilities of electronic warfare, computer network operations, psychological operations, military deception, and operations security. [e]
  • Psychological operations [r]: Any form of communications, directed at a human audience, that influence the opinions, emotions, attitudes, or behavior of any group in order to benefit the interest of the sponsor. Psychological operations can and do take place at every level from grand strategy to tactics, from overt statements by government to tricky loudspeaker broadcasts to get barricaded opponents to leave their protected location. [e]
  • Raid [r]: A military attack of limited duration, assuming tactical surprise, which does not attempt to hold the land of the target. It destroys capabilities, obtains intelligence, or may be intended for psychological attack. [e]
  • Sniping [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Special reconnaissance [r]: Also known as SR, missions deep in denied areas, conducted by special operations personnel. They may be in or out of uniform. While SR units may direct air, missile, or artillery strikes, they strive to stay undetected. [e]