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  • '''Mountain warfare''', in land combat, can encompass a wide range of techniques. At the most High mountains may call for skills in [[arctic warfare]], as a mountain rising from a jungle can still become very, very cold.
    795 B (123 words) - 00:05, 5 February 2009
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Mountain warfare]]. Needs checking by a human.
    467 B (60 words) - 23:41, 11 January 2010

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  • '''Mountain warfare''', in land combat, can encompass a wide range of techniques. At the most High mountains may call for skills in [[arctic warfare]], as a mountain rising from a jungle can still become very, very cold.
    795 B (123 words) - 00:05, 5 February 2009
  • {{r|Joint warfare in South Vietnam 1964-1968}} {{r|Mountain warfare}}
    786 B (100 words) - 18:43, 11 August 2009
  • *'''[[naval infantry]]''': in [[amphibious warfare]], troops move from the sea either to a direct combat area, or to a less d ...ce units;to units qualified for [[special reconnaissance]] and [[guerrilla warfare]] deep behind enemy lines.
    8 KB (1,284 words) - 07:50, 21 February 2010
  • ...[Second World War]] formation explicitly trained and equipped for mountain warfare. It is, however, unusual in being the division, or constituent [[restructu
    638 B (100 words) - 05:53, 24 May 2009
  • ...k climbing and cold-weather operations, overlap with [[Arctic and Mountain Warfare Cadre]]
    2 KB (244 words) - 23:04, 17 February 2010
  • {{r|Mountain Warfare and Arctic Cadre}}
    1 KB (145 words) - 05:38, 15 March 2010
  • {{r|Amphibious warfare||**}} {{r|Mountain warfare}}
    1 KB (160 words) - 04:32, 7 August 2009
  • Other light divisions specialized in mountain warfare.
    6 KB (920 words) - 04:26, 30 August 2009
  • ...s the various levels in specific contexts, such as [[insurgency]] or [[air warfare planning]]. ...often suffer disastrous conflicts. This principle applies at all levels of warfare; an infantry squad leader should have decided, before starting a patrol, t
    14 KB (2,129 words) - 10:17, 8 February 2011
  • ...warfare]] between Fascists and Communist partisans that took place in the mountains of Piedmont. The name Eco is not a conventional Italian name and is suppo
    2 KB (317 words) - 23:09, 18 February 2010
  • ...s located in the southeastern part of [[Europe]] in the [[North Caucasus]] mountains. The [[capital city|capital]] of the republic is the [[types of inhabited ...gh [[Insurgency in the North Caucasus|sporadic fighting]] continues in the mountains and southern regions of the republic.
    46 KB (6,323 words) - 15:52, 20 April 2013
  • ...nd most of the people, leaving the Nationalists in control in poor, remote mountainous regions, with their capital in Chungking. In addition, the Communists un ...a Road]]. Supplies had to be flown in "over the Hump" (over the Himalayan mountains) from India at fantastic cost until the Ledo Road cutoff could be built an
    12 KB (1,896 words) - 19:01, 15 August 2010
  • ...n D. Roosevelt]], Superintendent of the Naval Academy, and an [[amphibious warfare]] planner for the Pacific. ...n Japanese bases, especially the Lae-Salamaua raid across the Owen Stanley Mountains of New Guinea. As his health became worse, he went to a shore job at Pear
    1 KB (193 words) - 22:23, 15 September 2010
  • |title = Surrogate Warfare: The Role of U.S. Army Special Forces *2nd Battalion/14th Infantry from the [[10th Mountain Division]]
    3 KB (465 words) - 04:20, 11 August 2010
  • *2-15th Field Artillery Headquarters (10th Mountain Division) |title = Surrogate Warfare: The Role of U.S. Army Special Forces
    20 KB (3,013 words) - 14:39, 28 September 2013
  • ...set up a networks of forts designed to attract Loyalists. Nasty guerrilla warfare, coupled with major battles, forced the British out in 1781. The cotton gi ...elf with the British. Both the Americans and British engaged in guerrilla warfare. Patriot guerrillas, led by "Swamp Fox" [[Francis Marion]] and "Gamecock"
    52 KB (7,914 words) - 08:40, 6 February 2010
  • ...erally. Pershing's solution to the Western Front was his doctrine of "Open Warfare." Savoring the flavor of the Indian Wars of 30 years earlier, it combined ...r, as Gary Cooper in the title role captured the Pershing doctrine of open warfare fought by individualistic Yanks with a rifle.<ref> "The African Queen" (19
    46 KB (7,332 words) - 23:32, 30 September 2009
  • Moving away from Soviet doctrine also was evident in land warfare, where the Iraqis also learned to place greater emphasis on training and p | title = Symmetrical Warfare and Lessons for Future War: the Case of the Iran-Iraq Conflict
    38 KB (5,873 words) - 09:23, 12 October 2013
  • ...the Lao-Thoeng (Lao of the mountain slopes) and the Lao-Sūng (Lao of the mountain tops). This latter group included various linguistic minorities only distan ...did the [[Ayutthaya kingdom]] under king [[Petratcha]]. After a decade of warfare and anarchy, Lān Xāng was broken up in 1707 into its three constituent p
    94 KB (15,753 words) - 02:15, 24 September 2010
  • ...ry experience. All that [[Nathanael Greene]] and [[Henry Knox]] knew about warfare came from reading manuals and military history, yet Greene was one of the ...an army was that the sergeants and officers had little or no experience in warfare, and the generals displayed more genius for back-room politics than for ba
    71 KB (11,326 words) - 08:17, 11 October 2013

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