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Japanese Air Wars 1941-45 By peter dancey
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The Pacific War saw some of the most intense air battles of World War 2. Japanese expansion in the Pacific continued unabated after the Pearl Harbor attack of December 1941. But when the United... More > States joined the conflict the Japanese air arms were soon struggling to meet the challenge in spite of the mighty Zeke< Less
Battle of Barbourvsville, Kentucky 2nd Edition By Ray Adkins
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History of the Battle of Barboursville,Kentucky 8 years of updated research on the first armed conflict in Kentucky. Site of where the first Confederate officer Lt. Robert Powell was killed on... More > Sept.19,1861. Also the first Barboursville Union Home Guard Pvt. John Hendrickson was killed.< Less
Battle of Barbourvsville, Kentucky 2nd Edition By Ray Adkins
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History of the Battle of Barboursville,Kentucky 8 years of updated research on the first armed conflict in Kentucky. Site of where the first Confederate officer Lt. Robert Powell was killed on... More > Sept.19,1861. Also the first Barboursville Union Home Guard Pvt. John Hendrickson was killed.< Less
Battle of Barbourvsville, Kentucky 2nd Edition By Ray Adkins
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History of the Battle of Barboursville,Kentucky 8 years of updated research on the first armed conflict in Kentucky. Site of where the first Confederate officer Lt. Robert Powell was killed on... More > Sept.19,1861. Also the first Barboursville Union Home Guard Pvt. John Hendrickson was killed.< Less
3rd Generation Warfare By Nick Ayres
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This is the full colour version of the rulebook. 3rd Generation Warfare is a set of Wargaming rules for Combined Arms Conflict in the modern age. The rules cover all aspects of combined arms warfare... More > including tanks, armoured infantry, helicopters, artillery, anti tank missiles and reconnaissance. These rules are fast paced and capture the essence of combat on the modern battlefield. Also available is the accompanying Cold war data book with army lists and hundreds of vehicle stats for all the NATO members and the Soviet Union< Less
3rd Generation Warfare B&W By Nick Ayres
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3rd Generation Warfare is a set of Wargaming rules for Combined Arms Conflict in the modern age. The rules cover all aspects of combined arms warfare including tanks, armoured infantry, helicopters,... More > artillery, anti tank missiles and reconnaissance to name but a few. These rules are fast paced and capture the essence of combat on the modern battlefield. Also available is the accompanying Cold War data book with army lists and hundreds of vehicle stats for all the NATO members and the Soviet Union.< Less
Drug Intoxicated Irregular Fighters: Complications, Dangers, And Responses By Paul Rexton Kan
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The presence of drugged fighters is not unknown in the history of warfare. Yet widespread drug use on the battlefield is now part of protracted conflicts largely fought by nonprofessional combatants... More > that take place in an international system characterized by the process of globalization. From marijuana, khat, hallucinogenic mushrooms, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine to looted pharmaceuticals, irregular fighters have found a ready supply of narcotics to consume for a variety of combat purposes. Such consumption has led to unpredictable fighting, the commission of atrocities, and to the prolongation of internal violence. The presence of intoxicated combatants will continue to be a feature of armed conflict and requires a fuller accounting to adequately prepare policymakers and military planners for future conflicts.< Less
Front Lines By Boyd Cable
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A front line (alternative forms: front-line or frontline) in military terminology is the position(s) closest to the area of conflict of an armed force's personnel and equipment, generally referring... More > to maritime or land forces. When a front (an intentional or unintentional boundary) between opposing sides form, the front line is the area where the armies are engaged in conflict, especially the line of contact between the opposing forces. In a military conflict, then, when facing the front line, you face the enemy.All branches of the U.S. armed services use the related technical terms, Forward Line of Own Troops (FLOT) and Forward Edge of Battle Area (FEBA). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Front_line Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Legality In Cyberspace: An Adversary View By Keir Giles et al.
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While conflict in cyberspace is not a new phenomenon, the legality of hostile cyber activity at a state level remains imperfectly defined. While there is broad agreement among the United States and... More > its allies that cyber warfare would be governed by existing law of armed conflict, with no need for additional treaties or conventions to regulate hostilities online, this view is not shared by many nations that the United States could potentially face as adversaries. A range of foreign states use definitions for cyber conflict that are entirely different from our own, extending to different concepts of what constitutes online hostilities and even a state of war. This leads to a potentially dangerous situation where an adversary could be operating according to an entirely different understanding of international law to that followed by the United States. In this Letort Paper, Mr. Keir Giles uses Russian-language sources and interviews to illustrate the very distinct set of views on the nature of conflict...< Less
Russia, The United States, And The Caucasus By R. Craig Nation & Strategic Studies Institute
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In the post-Soviet period, the Caucasus region has been a source of chronic instability and conflict: Unresolved “frozen conflicts” in Abkhazia, Southern Ossetia, and Nagorno Karabakh;... More > continuing armed resistance in secessionist Chechnya and associated Islamic radicalism; the “Rose Revolution” in Georgia and Tbilisi’s subsequent efforts to realign with the West; competition for access to the oil and natural gas reserves of the Caspian basin—these kinds of factors and more have ensured that the region would become and remain a source of significant international engagement and concern. Professor R. Craig Nation’s monograph highlights the kind of conflicting interests that have made Russian-American relations in the region highly competitive. But he also addresses areas of shared priorities and mutual advantage that provide a potential foundation for more benign engagement that can work to contain conflict and head off further regional disintegration.< Less

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