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  • The '''Laws of Land Warfare''' are both a term, in customary international law especially preceding the [[Geneva Conventions]], and also a [[United States | title = Field Manual (FM) 27-10: Laws of Land Warfare
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  • ...pecific [[U.S. Army]] manual, as well as a term in customary international law, for acceptable battlefield conduct
    171 B (26 words) - 01:05, 20 March 2009
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Laws of Land Warfare]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • The '''Laws of Land Warfare''' are both a term, in customary international law especially preceding the [[Geneva Conventions]], and also a [[United States | title = Field Manual (FM) 27-10: Laws of Land Warfare
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  • {{r|International law}} {{r|Law of the United States}}
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  • {{r|International law}} {{r|Laws of Land Warfare}}
    388 B (55 words) - 18:36, 10 December 2010
  • ...s overriding principles of international war. Generally respected military law is formulated within the context of [[just war theory]]. ==International law==
    3 KB (474 words) - 01:05, 13 February 2009
  • {{r|Laws of Land Warfare}}
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  • {{r|International law}} {{r|Military law}}
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  • ...ion against Torture]] is that [[torture]], in the context of international law, is governmental. In the context of extrajudicial detention, hostage-taking ...not civilian judicial, secret and summary handling of "spies" by military law, using a [[term of art]] referring to a participant in conflict who conceal
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  • {{r|Laws of Land Warfare}}
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  • ...rable conflict with the [[Geneva Conventions]] and the U.S. [[Laws of Land Warfare]]<ref>[http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/27-10 ...e recent interpretations of the Convention, as well as the US Laws of Land Warfare, allow use of personal weapons (i.e., rifles and pistols) in self-defense
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  • ...Asphyxiating, Poisonous or other Gases, and of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare''' was signed in Geneva on 17 June 1925 and it entered into force on 8 Feb ...Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases, and of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare. Geneva, 17 June 1925
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  • ...posed by [[Augustine of Hippo]], and forms the base for the [[Laws of Land Warfare]], [[Hague Conventions]] and the [[Geneva Conventions]], war crimes courts ...ited to Western societies. [[Kamehameha I]] is known for introducing the [[Law of the Broken Paddle]], which reflects the [[proportionality]] concept of '
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  • ...standardized in NATO, Commonwealth countries such as Australia and New Zealand, and allies such as Japan and Singapore. ROE are usually [[classified info ...unit may be restricted in the directions it may fire, because the fire may land across borders or in civilian areas.
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  • {{r|Amphibious warfare}} {{r|Landing craft}}
    283 B (39 words) - 05:42, 11 February 2009
  • **Hague II - Laws and Customs of War on Land : 29 July 1899 **Hague III - Adaptation to Maritime Warfare of Principles of Geneva Convention of 1864 : July 29,1899
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  • ...ple of Britain heard the Secretary of State warn of the dangers of the new warfare being encountered on the continent and in particular the threat from parac ...ommander-in-chief of Home Force, responsible for the defense of the home islands. His operational concept was to employ a layered defense, with static troo
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  • A '''war crime''' is an act that violated the laws of war that applied in the jurisdiction and time of occurrence. The defini ...]] (circa 200 b.c.e.), and eventually made its way into Roman and European law. <ref name=Ratner>{{citation
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  • ...ions. While Special Forces was originally created for the [[unconventional warfare]] (UW) mission and gradually added other capabilities, the [[United States ...such missions. Under the US [[Central Intelligence Agency]]'s [[National Clandestine Service]], there is a [[Special Activities Division]] that operates w
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  • }}</ref> NAA has been useful, in like manner, in tracing chemical warfare agents and nuclear materials. They form part of [[mine (land warfare)|land mine]] detection systems, working on the explosive or a plastic casing not
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  • ...ugh the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee and be signed into law by the President. The average committee gets 3 bills passed every 2 years. ...s committee also led the way to making the first revision to mine safety laws in 28 years by promoting the use of new technologies to improve mine safet
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  • ...f captured, but, fundamentally, they were long-time residents of Pacific islands, able to survive there and report on Japanese operations. ...Land and its annex: Regulations concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land, Article 29.
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