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- 101st Airborne Division : A division of the U.S. Army, originally created as airborne, but now air assault with permanently assigned helicopter mobility
- 10th Mountain Division : A division headquarters of the United States Army, made up of light brigade combat teams that can be deployed with a minimum of long-range transport resources
- 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment : A U.S. army Heavy Brigade Combat Team, one of the few that retains the formal title of "regiment"; it retains its lineage and traditional name of "Brave Rifles," and is an active unit with a distinguished record.
- 3rd Infantry Division (U.S.) : A heavy division of the United States Army, assigned to the XVIII Airborne Corps, based at Fort Stewart, Georgia; main Army attack force in Iraq War
- 4th Infantry Division (U.S.) : An active modular division of the United States Army, a "heavy" division known as the "Ivy Division" for its insignia, four ivy leaves on a diamond field, primarily headquartered at Fort Hood, Texas.
- 82nd Airborne Division : One of the strategic reserve units of the United States Army, this is the only division-sized organization that is completely parachute-qualified for air assault operations.
- Center for Security Policy : An American conservative research and policy advisory group, founded by Frank Gaffney, Jr., focused on the preservation of all aspects of American national power
- Fort Bragg : A large U.S. Army base in North Carolina, with major resident units being the XVIII Airborne Corps, 82nd Airborne Division, Army Special Operations Command and the school and center for United States Army Special Forces
- Gary Luck : General, retired, United States Army; commanded United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command in South Korea and XVIII Airborne Corps in Gulf War; advisor, Center for Security Policy
- Gulf War, Coalition order of battle : Military forces of the Coalition side of the Gulf War
- Gulf War : The conflict started by the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, and ended with the liberation of Kuwait and major damage to Iraqi forces, by a US-led UN coalition in 1991.
- Hamilton H. Howze : United States Army general and Army Aviation pioneer, considered the creator of division-sized, helicopter-mobile air assault forces. Retired as four-star commander of UN forces in Korea.
- Intelligence interrogation, U.S., George W. Bush Administration : The policies and practices authorized for interrogation of suspected terrorists by the United States Department of Defense and the United States intelligence community during the George W. Bush Administration
- International Security Assistance Force : United Nations authorized, North Atlantic Treaty Organization-commanded military and security force in Afghanistan, in both a combat and training role
- Iraq War, major combat phase : That part of the Iraq War involving the initial invasion by large-scale ground forces
- Operation DESERT SABRE : That part of the Gulf War that began when conventional units of the Coalition crossed the Kuwaiti or Iraqi border, and ended with the cease-fire.
- Operation DESERT SHIELD : That part of the Gulf War following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, beginning with the acceptance of Coalition support by Saudi Arabia, and ending with the start of the air campaign, Operation DESERT STORM.
- Operation MARKET-GARDEN : A combined paratroop and armor operation, by Allied forces in September 1944, to seize bridges over the Maas, Waal and Rhine Rivers in [the Netherlands]]; generally considered a failure
- Paratroop : A subset of air assault military forces, which arrive at a tactical objective by deliberately parachuting from aircraft
- Reconnaissance in force : A military movement probing for enemy troops at unknown locations, reporting on their position when they are found, but immediately engaging them in full-intensity combat.
- Saudi Arabia : A country in the Middle East, governed by a monarchy under Islamic law, which includes the most revered sites in Islam, and also dominates the world's oil economy.
- Unified Combatant Command : Operational line-of-commands for United States military groups.
- United States Army Forces Command : Add brief definition or description
- United States Army Special Forces : United States Army organization originally created to train and lead guerrillas, highly qualified to work with other cultures; acquired additional missions including foreign internal defense, direct action (military), special reconnaissance, counterterrorism, etc.
- William Westmoreland : General in the U.S. Army; Commander, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (COMUSMACV)] 1964–1968; Chief of Staff of the Army 1968–1972.