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Weapons And Equipment Of The Warsaw Pact

Author : Russell Phillips
ISBN : 9781912680009
Genre : History
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When East and West survived on a knife-edge between peace and war, both sides were busy preparing themselves for military action. But what exactly would NATO's troops have faced if the Cold War had suddenly turned hot? This ebook box set contains the first three books of the Weapons and Equipment of the Warsaw Pact series: Tanks and Combat Vehicles of the Warsaw Pact, Combat Engineering Equipment of the Warsaw Pact, and Artillery of the Warsaw Pact.

Weapons And Equipment Of The Warsaw Pact

Author : Russell Phillips
ISBN : 1912680025
Genre : History
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This compendium edition brings together the contents of the first three books of the Weapons and Equipment of the Warsaw Pact series: Tanks and Combat Vehicles of the Warsaw Pact, Combat Engineering Equipment of the Warsaw Pact, and Artillery of the Warsaw Pact.

Warsaw Pact Infantry And Its Weapons

Author : John Ivor Headon Owen
ISBN : UOM:39015013958601
Genre : Arms and armor
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Nato Review

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ISBN : WISC:89011757408
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The Armies Of The Warsaw Pact Nations

Author : Friedrich Wiener
ISBN : UVA:X000192487
Genre : Europe, Eastern
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The Bear Marches West

Author : Russell Phillips
ISBN : 9781476207087
Genre : History
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NATO kept the Warsaw Pact behind the Berlin Wall until its dissolution – but what if it hadn’t? The Bear Marches West contains 12 wargame scenarios set during a fictional Warsaw Pact invasion of West Germany in the 1980s. All the scenarios are based on battles depicted in well-known novels, and are designed to be used with whatever rules the players wish. Each scenario includes the battle’s context, weather conditions, deployments, force lists and a colour map. The scenarios range in scale from small skirmishes, with a company on each side, to large engagements, with Soviet regiments bearing down on smaller but better-equipped NATO units.

Selected Readings In Nuclear Biological And Chemical Operations

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ISBN : PSU:000009150829
Genre : Biological warfare
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Brassey S Infantry Weapons Of The Warsaw Pact Armies

Author : John Ivor Headon Owen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105081615085
Genre : Arms and armor
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Warsaw Pact Forces

Author : Jeffrey Simon
ISBN : UCAL:B4967370
Genre : History
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Om politik og militær i Warszawapagtens lande på forskellige tidspunkter i perioden 1962-1982.

Nato Warsaw Pact

Author : United States. General Accounting Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105127373863
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Warsaw Pact The Question Of Cohesion Poland German Democratic Republic And Romania

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Commanders Digest

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ISBN : UOM:39015078412197
Genre : United States
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East Europe

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ISBN : UVA:X030806399
Genre : Communism
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Nato Review

Author : North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Information Service
ISBN : UCSD:31822017032475
Genre : Europe
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The Warsaw Pact

Author : William Julian Lewis
ISBN : UOM:39015004186220
Genre : Europe, Eastern
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East Germany

Author : Library of Congress. Federal Research Division
ISBN : MINN:31951003046709P
Genre : Germany (East)
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Getting The Message Through A Branch History Of The U S Army Signal Corps

Author : Rebecca Robbins Raines
ISBN : 0160872812
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Getting the Message Through, the companion volume to Rebecca Robbins Raines' Signal Corps, traces the evolution of the corps from the appointment of the first signal officer on the eve of the Civil War, through its stages of growth and change, to its service in Operation DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM. Raines highlights not only the increasingly specialized nature of warfare and the rise of sophisticated communications technology, but also such diverse missions as weather reporting and military aviation. Information dominance in the form of superior communications is considered to be sine qua non to modern warfare. As Raines ably shows, the Signal Corps--once considered by some Army officers to be of little or no military value--and the communications it provides have become integral to all aspects of military operations on modern digitized battlefields. The volume is an invaluable reference source for anyone interested in the institutional history of the branch.

General William E Depuy

Author : Henry G. Gole
ISBN : 9780813173016
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the late 1960s to the late 1970s, the United States Army was a demoralized institution in a country in the midst of a social revolution. The war in Vietnam had gone badly and public attitudes about it shifted from indifference, to acceptance, to protest. Army Chief of Staff General Creighton Abrams directed a major reorganization of the Army and appointed William E. DePuy (1919–1992) commander of the newly established Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), in 1973. DePuy already had a distinguished record in positions of trust and high responsibility: successful infantry battalion command and division G-3 in World War II by the age of twenty-five; Assistant Military Attaché in Hungary; detail to CIA in the Korean War; alternating tours on the Army Staff and in command of troops. As a general officer he was General Westmoreland’s operations officer in Saigon; commander of the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam; Special Assistant to the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Assistant Vice Chief of Staff, Army. But it was as TRADOC Commander that DePuy made his major contribution in integrating training, doctrine, combat developments, and management in the U.S. Army. He regenerated a deflated post-Vietnam Army, effectively cultivating a military force prepared to fight and win in modern war. General William E. DePuy: Preparing the Army for Modern War is the first full-length biography of this key figure in the history of the U.S. Army in the twentieth century. Author Henry G. Gole mined secondary and primary sources, including DePuy’s personal papers and extensive archival material, and he interviewed peers, subordinates, family members, and close observers to describe and analyze DePuy’s unique contributions to the Army and nation. Gole guides the reader from DePuy’s boyhood and college days in South Dakota through the major events and achievements of his life. DePuy was commissioned from the ROTC six months before the attack on Pearl Harbor, witnessed poor training and leadership in a mobilizing Army, and served in the 357th Infantry Regiment in Europe—from the bloody fighting in Normandy until victory in May 1945, when DePuy was stationed in Czechoslovakia. Gole covers both major events and interesting asides: DePuy was asked by George Patton to serve as his aide; he supervised clandestine operations in China; he served in the Office of the Army Chief of Staff during the debate over "massive retaliation" vs. "flexible response"; he was instrumental in establishing Special Forces in Vietnam; he briefed President Lyndon B. Johnson in the White House. DePuy fixed a broken Army. In the process his intensity and forcefulness made him a contentious figure, admired by some and feared by others. He lived long enough to see his efforts produce American victory in the Gulf War of 1991. In General William E. DePuy, Gole presents the accomplishments of this important military figure and explores how he helped shape the most potent military force in the history of the world.

Afghan National Security Forces

Author : Anthony H. Cordesman
ISBN : 9780892066087
Genre : Political Science
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President Barack Obama's new strategy for Afghanistan is critically dependent on the transfer of security responsibility to the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). His speech announcing this strategy called for the transfer to begin in mid-2011. However, creating the Afghan forces needed to bring security and stability to the region is a far more difficult challenge than many realize and poses major challenges that will endure long after 2011.A successful effort to create effective Afghan forces, particularly forces that can largely replace the role of U.S. and allied forces, must overcome a legacy of more than eight years of critical failures in both force development and training, and in the broader course of the U.S. effort in Afghanistan. Such an effort must also be shaped as part of an integrated civil-military mission, and not treated simply as an exercise in generating more Afghan military and police forces. Success will be equally dependent on strategic patience. There is a significant probability that the ANSF will not be ready for any significant transfer of responsibility until well after 2011. Trying to expand Afghan forces too quickly, creating forces with inadequate force quality, and decoupling Afghan force development from efforts to deal with the broad weakness in Afghan governance and the Afghan justice system will lose the war. America's politicians, policymakers, and military leaders must accept this reality—and persuade the Afghan government and our allies to act accordingly—or the mission in Afghanistan cannot succeed.

Daily Report

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ISBN : IND:30000003240367
Genre : Soviet Union
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