Reimagining the Character of Urban Operations for the U.S. Army: How the Past Can Inform the Present and Future

Reimagining the Character of Urban Operations for the U S Army How the Past Can Inform the Present and Future Provides a historical analysis of the ways in which militaries have deployed light and mechanized infantry with ard forces during close urban combat in order to to identify the advantages and costs of

  • Title: Reimagining the Character of Urban Operations for the U.S. Army: How the Past Can Inform the Present and Future
  • Author: Gian Gentile David E. Johnson Lisa Saum-Manning Raphael S Cohen Shara Williams Carrie Lee Michael Shurkin Brenna Allen
  • ISBN: 9780833096074
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • Provides a historical analysis of the ways in which militaries have deployed light and mechanized infantry with ard forces during close urban combat in order to to identify the advantages and costs of this warfighting approach and inform how the Army might confront foes in complex, urban environments in the future.

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    About “Gian Gentile David E. Johnson Lisa Saum-Manning Raphael S Cohen Shara Williams Carrie Lee Michael Shurkin Brenna Allen

    • Gian Gentile David E. Johnson Lisa Saum-Manning Raphael S Cohen Shara Williams Carrie Lee Michael Shurkin Brenna Allen

      Gian P Gentile October 9, 1957 is a retired US Army colonel, who served for many years as a history professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point Gentile has also been a visiting fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and a senior historian at the RAND Corporation.

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