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  • '''Operation SUNRISE''' was a pilot attempt to create a '''strategic hamlet''', which the U.S. ...within the [[Ho Chi Minh City|Ho Chi Minh City province]]. Phase I of the operation--the military clearing phase--was conducted by forces of the 5th ARVN
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Operation SUNRISE]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • {{r|Operation EAGLE PULL}} {{r|Operation FARM GATE}}
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  • [[William Colby]], a CIA executive who operated in Vietnam, said "...strategic hamlets ...rm a "partnership" may not have been seriously considered. See [[Operation SUNRISE]] for a representative early attempt to create a hamlet (March 1962).
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  • {{r|Operation SUNRISE}}
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  • {{r|Operation SUNRISE}}
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  • '''Operation SUNRISE''' was a pilot attempt to create a '''strategic hamlet''', which the U.S. ...within the [[Ho Chi Minh City|Ho Chi Minh City province]]. Phase I of the operation--the military clearing phase--was conducted by forces of the 5th ARVN
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  • ...rguably of the Strategic Hamlets program. The pilot hamlet, in [[Operation SUNRISE]], however, was not a success.
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  • ...pt to translate the newly articulated theory of [[counterinsurgency]] into operational reality. The objective was political though the means to its realiza In operational reality, however, assessing progress of the phases was difficult. Si
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  • ...d to [[Leyte Gulf]] [[13 January]] and continued to support [[Philippine]] operations, landing troops and equipment at [[San Antonio, Northern Samar|San An ...o the [[Mediterranean]] for service with the [[6th Fleet]]. Notable in her operations have been her rescue and salvage assistance to the burning [[USS Sear
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  • ...Meli Bay. On the 13th, she departed the [[New Hebrides]] to take part in [[Operation GALVANIC]], the conquest of the [[Gilbert Islands]]. ...hose of other ships. ''Thuban'' lost three men to enemy action during this operation, and four of her landing craft were sunk as they moved toward the beac
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  • ...al offering and the auspices were made. The Senate could only meet between sunrise and sunset, and could not meet while any of the assemblies were in session
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  • ...ees East. They are generally in two parallel lines called the the Ratak (Sunrise) group and Ralik (Sunset) group.<ref name=RMI-GEO>{{citation [[Operation FLINTLOCK]] was the main campaign against the Marshalls. Bombardment b
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  • ...a Inés:" Per clerical historian [[Maynard Geiger]], "''This was to be a cooperative effort, imperial in origin, protective in purpose, but primarily spiri ...governor, Portolà, arrived with the news on November 30. Jesuits from the operating missions gathered in Loreto, whereupon they left for exile on February
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  • ...s a maximum of 47.8°. Venus reaches its maximum brightness shortly before sunrise or shortly after sunset, and is often referred to as the ''Morning Star'' ...g star', visible after sunset, to being the 'Morning star', visible before sunrise. While [[Mercury (planet)|Mercury]], the other inferior planet, reaches a
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  • ...nto farms operated by tenant farmers or [[sharecropper]]s, along with land operated by the owner using hired labor. The piedmont area industrialized, with ..., North Carolina. <ref> David Keithly, "Poor, Nasty and Brutish: Guerrilla Operations in America's First Civil War." ''Civil Wars'' 2001 4(3): 35-69. Issn:
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  • ...is handled by the local assessor in incorporated cities and towns, while property taxes in the unorganized territories are handled by the State Tax Assesso The Downeaster passenger train, operated by Amtrak, provides passenger service between Portland and Boston's Nor
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  • ...was six, leaving him an orphan. The boy was raised by his uncle, a caravan operator and merchant named Abū-Tālib. Muhammad was raised to be a merchant, a ..."There is no God but God, and Muḥammad is the prophet of God" with the proper intent ([[niyah]]) in the presence of at least two believers one is conside
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  • ...or "splendor"--a term which forms part of Bahá'u'lláh's assumed title. Properly the term "Bahá'í" is either an adjective referring to the religion, or ...was arrested on suspicion of involvement in the plot, all his extensive properties were confiscated, and he was confined in a pestilential subterranean du
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  • ...hould be the third and decisive party in industrial disputes.<ref> Barry Cooper, "On Reading ''Industry and Humanity'': a Study in the Rhetoric Underlying ...r and fighter for the "people" against the "interests." Viewing a glorious sunrise in Alberta in 1920, he wrote in his diary, "I thought of the New Day, the
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  • | developer = Bethesda Game Studios ...omputer." The sheer number of quest possibilities, combined with what developer Ken Rolston identified as a lack of "narrative urgency", left many critics
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