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2018 After the Military Handbook By Military Handbooks
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Think of your transition to civilian life as a journey. You choose the best route - select the landmarks that will be important to you. This handbook serves as your guide, offering insight and... More > information as you travel along your route. Remember, throughout your journey, you remain in charge of where you are going and how you will get there. Once you know your options, you will be able to make informed decisions about the choices open to you and your family. This book provides that direction on life after the military with links to resources and helpful information. NOTE: This handbook is a NON-REFUNDABLE ITEM (unless damaged upon receipt) and we strongly recommend viewing it BEFORE your purchase. http://www.militaryhandbooks.com< Less
US Army Security Assistance Command Handbook By IBP USA
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US Army Security Assistance Command Handbook: strategic information, regulations, contacts
US Army Security Assistance Command Handbook By IBP USA
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US Army Security Assistance Command Handbook: strategic information, regulations, contacts
U.S. Military Forces and Police Assistance in Stability Operations: The Least-Worst Option to Fill the U.S. Capacity Gap (Enlarged Edition) By Strategic Studies Institute et al.
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Establishing an effective local police force is one of the most critical elements of successful counterinsurgency and stability operations, but is a task for which the U.S. government is poorly... More > prepared and lacks capacity. This monograph retraces the recent history of U.S. foreign police training, from the well-coordinated effort by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) from 1961 to 1974, the U.S. congressional prohibition of the use of foreign assistance funds for police training which ended the USAID police training role in 1974, and the subsequent evolution of a patchwork approach to U.S. foreign police training involving up to 30 departments and agencies, a variety of private police contractors, and multiple fund appropriations. Despite this bureaucratic complexity, the key principles for developing effective local police in stability operations remain the same.< Less
The Military Records of N B Kennedy, MD By Ruth Stephens
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The Military Records of N B Kennedy, MD, Assistant Surgeon, 27th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Provisional Army of the Confederate States.
Guide to Rebuilding Governance in Stability Operations: A Role for The Military? By Derick W. Brinkerhoff et al.
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In October 2008, the U.S. Army issued Field Manual 3.07, Stability Operations Doctrine, which identified five key sectors as components of an integrated approach to stabilization and reconstruction... More > (S&R) operations—security, justice and reconciliation, humanitarian assistance and social well-being, participatory governance, and economic stabilization and infrastructure. Government, or governance, has a central role in assuring the successful end-states for transition in each of these sectors. This guide focuses on the military’s role in rebuilding and establishing a functional, effective, and legitimate nation-state; one that can assure security and stability for its citizens, defend its borders, deliver services effectively for its populace, and is responsible and accountable to its citizens. Neither a handbook nor a checklist, the document provides a comprehensive approach to planning and implementing a program to rebuild governance by U.S. peacekeeping forces during stability operations.< Less
The American Military Advisor: Dealing with Senior Foreign Officials in the Islamic World By Michael J. Metrinko
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Although the role of the military advisor to senior foreign officials is honored in political history, it became almost a forgotten art when it was needed in Afghanistan and Iraq. American military... More > services are now fully engaged in nation-building in the Iraqi and Afghan conflict zones, and the advisory responsibility seems certain to be needed elsewhere. Advisors have become an invaluable part of the nation-building process, and whether they are assigned to counsel and work with governors, generals, or Cabinet Ministers, their role has an impact on America’s overall political and military strategy. This guidebook draws on the experiences of diplomats and military officers who have served in such roles, and whose work with senior foreign officials was carried out in conflict zones at critical times. Although examples are drawn from life in the Islamic world, the precepts have widespread application, and the examples will be an important part of any future advisor’s preparation.< Less
Marine Officer: Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Selection Handbook By U.S. Marine Corps
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This document was written to provide a personal overview of each Marine Officer Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). Its primary purpose is to give Marine lieutenants an overview of officer’s... More > MOSs to assist them in deciding their preferences for MOS selection at The Basic School (TBS). The committee members were all Amphibious Warfare Students (AWC-00), Marine captains, with one or two tours experience, and five to eight years in service. Please note: much of the information in this handbook must be taken “with a grain of salt”. Although the facts have been checked for accuracy, much of the information contained herein is opinion formed from these officers’ personal experiences.< Less
Army Support to Military Deception (FM 3-13.4) By Headquarters Department of the Army
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This field manual aims to provide techniques to assist planners in planning, coordinating, executing, synchronizing, and assessing military deception (MILDEC). While the means and techniques may... More > evolve over generations, the principles and fundamentals of deception planning remain constant. FM 3-13.4 applies to all members of the Army profession: leaders, Soldiers, Army Civilians, and contractors. The principal audience for this publication is Army commanders, staffs, and all leaders. Commanders and staffs of Army headquarters serving as joint task force or multinational headquarters should refer to applicable joint or multinational doctrine concerning joint or multinational planning. Trainers and educators throughout the Army also use this publication as a guide for teaching MILDEC. Commanders, staffs, and subordinates ensure their decisions and actions comply with applicable U.S., international, and, in some cases, host-nation laws and regulations.< Less
Public War, Private Fight? The United States and Private Military Companies By Deborah C. Kidwell
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This work examines the widespread use of contractors by the military to help fill the massive and complex logistical requirements of a modern military force. Ms. Kidwell examines the use of Private... More > Military Companies (PMC) as far back as the American Revolution and follows their evolution through the War with Mexico, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, and the first Gulf War. She then analyzes the use of PMCs in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Ms. Kidwell concludes that PMCs will be an increasingly important facet of US military operations for the foreseeable future; however, the use of contractors on the battlefield is not a panacea for all logistics problems. Originally published by the US Army. (Ms. Kidwell is currently an Assistant Professor of Military History at the US Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.)< Less

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