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  • {{main|Gulf War}} ...nization, were sufficiently civilian as not to make sense in an [[order of battle]]. There were also sections of intelligence organizations, police, etc., m
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  • ...archy of Iraqi military units capable of conventional combat in the [[Gulf War]], although at least one level was devoted solely to the defense of [[Sadda
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Gulf War, Iraqi order of battle]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Gulf War}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Gulf War, Iraqi order of battle]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Gulf War}}
    466 B (63 words) - 22:01, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Iran-Iraq War}} {{r|Gulf War}}
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  • {|border="1" ...TCH]] and [[Operation PROVIDE COMFORT]] for postwar operations, and [[Iraq War]] for the operations beginning in 2003. ''
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  • {{r|Afghanistan War (2001-), major combat phase}} {{r|Afghanistan War (2001-)}}
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  • {{main|Gulf War}} ...at 02:00 local time, with an [[attack helicopter]] strike against an early warning [[radar]] just inside Iraq. Destruction of that radar opened the gatew
    29 KB (4,491 words) - 07:08, 15 August 2010
  • {{main|Gulf War}} ...he Iraqis off balance, but also providing valuable intelligence of how the Iraqis would react to various moves.
    41 KB (6,636 words) - 04:14, 15 February 2011
  • {{Seealso|Gulf War}} ...emed incredibly deadly. It also connected to a British-built logistics and battle management system called ASMA. It was, however, intended to stop raids of
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  • ...those over northern and southern Iraq between the [[Gulf War]] and [[Iraq War]], and over [[Kosovo]]. There have been proposals for making such a zone ov strategy” might include, in this order,
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  • {{r|Air operations in the Vietnam War}} {{r|Air tasking order}}
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  • ...ations with both sides; see [[Soviet support for Iran during the Iran-Iraq War]]. [[French support for Iraq during the Iran-Iraq war|France]] was the second greatest supplier to Iraq, and tended to supply hig
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  • {{seealso|Iraq War, origins of invasion}} {{seealso|Iraq War, theater operational planning}}
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  • {{main|Gulf War}} ...audi Arabia]]. While it was unlikely that the Saudi military could stop an Iraqi invasion, the idea of having foreigners, especially non-[[Arab]], non-[[Isl
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  • ...octrine is a broader statement of the essence of Clausewitz's dictum that "war is the extension of national politics by military means." Modern [[grand s [[diplomacy (foreign policy)|diplomacy]], [[economic warfare]], [[international law enforcement]], [[covert action]], [[information
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  • ...du/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB82/iraq61.pdf Statement by former NSC official Howard Teicher] to the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida. [http:/ ...played an important and generally effective role in the 1990–1991 [[Gulf War]], but was much more controversial with respect to justifying and planning
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  • Under the government of [[Saddam Hussein]], the Iraqi government always had an interest in [[weapons of mass destruction]] and in | title = Chemical Weapons and the Iran-Iraq War: a Study of Noncompliance}}, p. 45</ref> Instability in Iran, in the late 1
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  • ...(also called theater strategy), which arranges the placement and timing of battle. The goal of tactics is to prevent the enemy from continuing to fight, whi ...of tactics, and give a brief summary of different types of tactics used in warfare and how they are executed.
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  • ...] that has the role of [[naval infantry]], are specialists in [[amphibious warfare]], and operate as [[Marine Air-Ground Task Force]]s. The Marine Corps w | url = http://smallwarsjournal.com/mag/docs-temp/4-connable.pdf
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  • The '''United States supported Iraq during the Iran–Iraq War''' as a counterbalance to [[Iranian Revolution|post-revolutionary]] [[Iran] ...n | last2= Rangwala}}</ref> Other countries that supported Iraq during the war included [[United Kingdom|Britain]], [[France]], the [[Soviet Union]], and
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  • ...cking hostile computers, but also "soft" disciplines such as psychological warfare and deception. Current usage really refers to the entire electromagneti | title = Marine Corps Electronic Warfare--A Combat Power Multiplier
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  • ...et) [[John Warden III]], an influential theorist on air warfare. <ref name=Warden1988>{{citation | title=The Air Campaign: Planning for Combat | first = John A., III | last = Warden
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  • ...in event of British attack from the present time and forever; France joins war with Britain; treaty abrogated in 1800 * 1779 - Spain enters the war as an ally of France (but not of U.S.); [[John Jay]] appointed minister to
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  • | year = 1988}}</ref> leading up to the [[Iran-Iraq War]], as well as the war itself, the greatest amount of military equipment came to Iraq from the [[S | title = Fanning the Flames: Guns, Greed & Geopolitics in the Gulf War
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  • ...ere the units shift the point of attack, is a necessary part of swarming. Swarming is not limited to the pure human military realm. The term comes from mi ...and in effective communication and being synchronized in time.<ref name=Edwards-2000>{{cite book
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  • ...t who wants to know if a foreign leader is blustering or really will go to war over a certain point. Intelligence organizations are not, and should never | chapter = Computer System Reliability and Nuclear War
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  • ...ontributing to an overall air campaign plan, as well as the actual sets of orders to be followed by aircraft and units of aircraft.<ref name=JP3-30>{{citati ...ware for producing the ATO and assisting in its execution is the [[Theater Battle Management Core System]], part of the [[Global Information Grid]].
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  • In the [[Iran-Iraq War]], [[Iraq]] was the major client of the [[Soviet Union]]. Nevertheless, th ...e: Soviet Interests, Policies, and Prospects with Respect to the Iran-Iraq War
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  • | title = Wiser in Battle: A Soldier's Story The [[Iraq War, major combat phase|major ground combat of the Iraq War]] was directed by an intermediate headquarters, between [[United States Cen
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  • ...cussion of whether terrorism must include civilian targets. [[Asymmetrical warfare]] is apt to be a more neutral description. | title = The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order
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  • ...alled a [[preventive war|broad preemptive doctrine]] as well as the [[Iraq War]]. ...easible in the Middle East, and underestimating the requirements for a postwar Iraq. Neoconservatism, according to Fukuyama, does not explicitly assume ea
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  • ...ns professionals, such as the Australian Coastwatchers of the Second World War. Coastwatchers usually received military commissions in the hope it might p ...eneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War. Geneva, 12 August 1949, Article 29.
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  • ...a strategic adviser to [[General]] [[David Petraeus]] in the [[Afghanistan War (2001-)]].<ref name=CBS>{{citation ...s a strategic adviser in Iraq, and was on his second promotion board that awarded him his star. <ref>{{citation
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  • ...]] (and derivative) [[ballistic missile]]s in the [[Gulf War]] and [[Iraq War]], and there is a decreased need for traditional ADA in the field. <ref nam | id = Order Code RL32476
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  • ...charged with assessing the situation in [[Iraq]] resulting from the [[Iraq War|2003 invasion]] and subsequent occupation of that country by a coalition of | title = "The Iraq Study Group Report": The Way Forward - A New Approach
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  • ...and some of the implementation may have contributed to delays in restoring Iraqi infrastructure. ...s Feith]] showed him a more sweeping order, and suggested Bremer issue the order that day. Bremer responded "Hold on a minute, I agree it's a very important
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  • In logistics<ref name=Edwards>{{cite book | author = Edwards, John E.
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  • ...ugh its structure changed several times from the World War II and [[Korean War]] organizational structures. In the [[Second World War]], there was no single Pacific command, primarily to avoid clashes between
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  • Today's battlefield, in many respects, starts as a duel between the IADS and the [[suppre ...omputer assistance other than in the brains of the defenders, was in the [[Battle of Britain]].<ref name=RAFBOB>{{citation
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  • ...ions. There is apt to be spillover, such as [[refugee]]s, beyond national borders. ...r = 1964}}</ref> Fall himself, however, wrote later on that "revolutionary warfare" might be a more accurate term. <ref name=Fall1965>{{citation
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  • ...ssinia]], the kingdom occupying modern [[Ethiopia]] to the west across the Gulf of Aqaba, in [[Africa]]. Abyssinia even conquered Yemen briefly.<ref>W. Mon ...s, had a good time, and worshipped at the Kaaba. During the month of hajj, warfare was forbidden. Arab poets composed poetry to be read at the hajj celebr
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