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  • ...ions]]. [[Coalition warfare]] goes a step farther, in involving different arms of different countries, under a common command. In the [[Second World War]], the British term was "combined operations". German ''blitzkrieg'' worked at two levels: the high-speed b
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  • ....g., infantry, artillery, engineers) or different military services (e.g., Army and Air Force)
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  • ...ions]]. [[Coalition warfare]] goes a step farther, in involving different arms of different countries, under a common command. In the [[Second World War]], the British term was "combined operations". German ''blitzkrieg'' worked at two levels: the high-speed b
    2 KB (336 words) - 18:07, 8 February 2011
  • #REDIRECT [[Combined arms]]
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  • ...and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)''' is a major command of the [[United States Army]], with the dual mission of managing training from initial to senior profe ...mphasis on doctrinal development and realistic training is a result of the Army's self-examination after the [[Vietnam War]]. Its first commander was GEN
    2 KB (224 words) - 08:06, 10 August 2010
  • ...(IBCT)''' are combat units, under the [[Restructuring of the United States Army]], with the greatest firepower and protection. As opposed to the [[Infantr ==Combat arms units==
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  • ...client states to do so, or that there was not a brisk business by private arms traders. ...of the [[Iran-Iraq War]], the Soviet Union stopped overt, and most covert, arms shipments to Iraq while Iraq was on the offensive, for the next 18 months.
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  • ...to the ground commander]], and [[combat engineer]]s conduct '''[[combined arms]]''' operations. ...nemy day or night; regardless of weather or terrain.| Role of the Canadian Army Infantry}}
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  • The combined ground, air, and naval armed forces of the state of [[Israel]]
    111 B (16 words) - 21:05, 21 July 2009
  • The basic structure of [[United States Marine Corps]] [[combined arms]], task-organized units
    129 B (15 words) - 18:09, 16 August 2008
  • English for [[Voyenno-vozdushnye sily Rossii]], the now-combined air arms of the [[Russian Federation]]
    139 B (16 words) - 16:51, 19 June 2009
  • A military unit of 3,000 to 5,000 soldiers, organized either for a [[combined arms]] combat function or a support role
    154 B (21 words) - 03:07, 31 July 2008
  • A military professional journal published by the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, supporting the missions of the [[Command and General Staff College
    222 B (31 words) - 20:50, 13 October 2009
  • ...full implementation of the [[Vietnamization]] doctrine, the U.S. saw the [[Army of the Republic of Viet Nam]] (ARVN) as taking responsibility for '''groun ...d, "Vietnamization" would replace attrition. Vietnamization meant heavily arming the ARVN and turning all military operations over to it; all American tr
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  • ...functions. The smallest units to have a strategic role are usually [[field army]] and larger units on land. [[Strategic strike]] involves smaller, special ...e of its concepts, including the [[division]] as an early form of combined arms operations, synchronization with the first portable and accurate watches,
    4 KB (628 words) - 10:14, 8 February 2011
  • ...e U.S. Army [[Training and Doctrine Command]], colocated with the Combined Arms Center, [[Command and General Staff College]] and [[School of Advanced Mil
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  • ...cause it only engaged a small fraction of Hitler's forces. The British 8th Army under General [[Bernard Montgomery]] was in Egypt, advancing toward Genera ...osed to retreats anywhere--a policy that made all his positions rigid, his armies vulnerable. He sent General [[Jue¬Ārgen Von Arnim]] with new forces into
    9 KB (1,391 words) - 11:54, 16 October 2013
  • ...context of decentralized technological war (e.g., [[swarming (military)|swarming]], and also in the context of war among the people rather than against a One theorist of swarming holds that several axioms of military doctrine<ref name=FM3-0>{{cite boo
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  • ...fessional journal of the [[United States Army]], published by the Combined Arms Center (CAC) and the [[Command and General Staff College]] (CGSC), subordi
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  • | url = http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/Pubs/display.cfm?pubID=363 | publisher = Strategic Studies Institute, United States Army War College
    17 KB (2,557 words) - 18:20, 8 February 2011
  • ...warfare, using [[combined arms]] tactics with phalanxes of heavy infantry combined with archers and light cavalry.
    8 KB (1,166 words) - 02:43, 6 August 2010
  • {{r|Seventh United States Army}} {{r|Third United States Army}}
    355 B (49 words) - 02:39, 1 July 2009

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