Guide to Military Operations Other Than War

Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Stability and Support Operations : Domestic and International Keith E. Bonn, ... United Nations Emergency Force United Nations Environmental Programme 338 Guide to Military Operations Other Than War.

Author: Keith E. Bonn

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811729397

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Comprehensive reference for military forces and other agencies Peacekeeping, humanitarian assistance, nation assistance, civil agency support The first book to cover on-the-ground functions, such as working with international and interagency task forces; methods of coordination; rules of engagement; checkpoints; civilian population and movement control; evacuating noncombatants; distributing humanitarian aid; operating dislocated civilian camps; providing medical care; conducting cordons and searches; disarming belligerents; confiscating hostile weapons and equipment; conducting negotiations; exchanging prisoners; interacting with the media; and dozens of other military and civil support type operations.

The Experience of Chief Nurse in Military Operations Other Than War

Significant statements were identified in the text, meanings were formulated then gathered into 60 interpretive clusters.

Author: Dolores Turner

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ISBN: 1423558278

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The purpose of this research was to describe the experience of chief nurses in military operations other than war. The study is significant to the profession because nurses will continue to provide care in humanitarian operations, peacekeeping missions and disaster relief efforts. Inquiry into the experience will lead to an understanding of the foundations of the global caregiving community. Hermeneutic phenomenology provided a description and thematic interpretation of the meaning of the experience. Purposeful sampling yielded thirteen participants, eleven women and two men. Duration of the deployments ranged from 3-7 months. Sites included Saudi Arabia, Oman, Panama, Cuba, Somalia, Guam, Croatia, England and Turkey. Purposes of the missions varied from peace keeping to humanitarian relief. Interviews were conducted using core questions developed as a guide. Audiotapes were transcribed and analyzed using procedures adapted from Colaizzi (1978), Van Manen (1990) and illuminated by Ray (1990). Significant statements were identified in the text, meanings were formulated then gathered into 60 interpretive clusters. Reflecting and rereading led to the emergence of the themes which constituted the fundamental structure and the essential themes. Three metathemes and the unity of meaning in the experience were identified. The fundamental structure of the experience was the deployment trajectory with five themes: preparing, arriving, living, working, and leaving. Further analysis revealed five essential themes: paradox, leadership, caring, knowing and the true military. Lifeworld existentials of space, time, body and relationship were used as guides for reflection and development of a comprehensive description of the experience. The metathemes were authenticity, imaginative awareness and pride. The unity of meaning is expressed in the metaphor, The True Military: Performing Live Theatre.

Legal Support to Military Operations

Provides military guidance for use by the Armed Forces in preparing their appropriate plans. Illustrations.

Author: Walter L. Sharp

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9781437938210

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Provides doctrine for the planning, training, and execution of legal support to joint military operations. It sets forth joint doctrine to guide the activities and performance of the Armed Forces of the U.S. in operations and provides the doctrinal basis for interagency coordination and for U.S. military involvement in multi-national operations. Provides military guidance for the exercise of authority by combatant commanders and other joint force commanders (JFCs) and prescribes joint doctrine for operations and training. Provides military guidance for use by the Armed Forces in preparing their appropriate plans. Illustrations.

Training for Operations Other Than War stability Operations

The Infantry School publications describe overall missions , the TRADOC Military Operations Other Than War ( MOOTW ) Guide brings greater specificity , and the task oriented 7th Army Training Center ( ATC ) published materials are quite ...

Author: Margaret S. Salter

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ISBN: UVA:X004110554

Category: Low-intensity conflicts (Military Science)

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"This report is a research byproduct that documents the Front End Analysis for development of the Brigade-Battle Staff Training System (BDE-BSTS). BDE-BSTS, a set of functional area training packages for brigade level staff officers, is a combination of text and computer based instruction (CBI). Sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the BDE-BSTS was developed for use by the U.S. Army National Guard (ARNG). The prototype BSTS comprised 13 courses for training brigade staff officers in individual functional areas and those tasks required to prepare staffs for collective battle staff tasks. The BSTS program, sponsored under the DARPA program umbrella of Simulation in Training for Advanced Readiness (SIMITAR), is coordinated with three other programs: Simulation Based Mounted Brigade Training Program (SIMBART), Simulation Based Multiechelon Training for Armor Units (SlMTA), and Combat Service Support (CSS) Training System Development for the National Guard."--DTIC.

The Missing Link

This paper argues that joint doctrine emphasizes the planning and execution of major combat operations at the expense of post-conflict actions. Doctrine orients around the fundamental purpose of winning the war, not the peace.

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ISBN: OCLC:227927956

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This paper examines the reasons why the U.S. military has difficulties in post-conflict operations. In light of swift and stunning military victories, it seems inconsistent that the goals of self-sustaining peace and rule of law cannot be more efficiently established. While U.S. combat skills have become more proficient and dominant, America continues to struggle to reap the benefit of its military victories. This paper argues that joint doctrine emphasizes the planning and execution of major combat operations at the expense of post-conflict actions. Doctrine orients around the fundamental purpose of winning the war, not the peace. This focus has impeded the development of necessary doctrine to guide the transition from combat to peace. The author concludes that the range of military operations impedes adequate planning for post-conflict operations. In its place, he proposes a continuum of conflict that removes the dividing line between war and Military Operations Other Than War, and integrates a visual representation of the requirement of civilian coordination and interaction. Specific doctrine needs to be developed that focuses on post-conflict operations.

Joint Staff Officers Guide

executive summaries of capstone , keystone , and other key joint doctrine publications that are important to combatant ... Joint Pub 3-07 , Joint Doctrine for Military Operations other than War , contains guidance on preparing for and ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112031929026

Category: Military planning

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Joint Doctrine for Military Operations Other Than War

It describes these military b . Military Operations Other Than operations and provides general guidance War . MOOTW focus on deterring war , for military forces in the conduct of joint resolving conflict , promoting peace , and MOOTW .

Author: United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff

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ISBN: UCAL:B4234126

Category: Peacekeeping forces

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Joint operations publications establish joint doctrine and tactics, techniques, and procedures for directing, planning, and executing joint operations and contain guidance for the staff planner on topics ranging from military operations other than war through amphibious operations to search and rescue.

Joint Military Operations

This short history is the first to offer a broad and selective survey of the phenomenon known as "jointness"--the combined operations of land and naval forces until the twentieth century and especially of land, sea, and air forces since ...

Author: Roger A. Beaumont

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UOM:39015029719666

Category: History

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This short history is the first to offer a broad and selective survey of the phenomenon known as "jointness"--the combined operations of land and naval forces until the twentieth century and especially of land, sea, and air forces since World War II. Touching on the operational, doctrinal, and political dimensions, the survey ranges from the ancient Mediterranean to recent times while focusing on European and American experiences from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries, including Desert Storm. Wide-ranging cases illustrate trends and patterns of "jointness" and define the central problem of friction. The selective bibliography provides a wide array of sources. Maps and appendices further enrich this important history.

Armor

Essentially , when facing the Iraqi threat , even a convoy is a military combat operation . ... Notes ' LTC Keith E. Bonn and MSG Anthony E. Baker , Guide to Military Operations Other Than War , Stackpole Books , Mechanicsburg , PA ...

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ISBN: MINN:30000010464703

Category: Armored vehicles, Military

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FM 100 5 Operations

The Army must supplement these three with principles more suited to the noncombat operations that comprise most operations other than war . While these principles are not immutable , they serve as guides for action .

Author: United States. Department of the Army

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ISBN: OSU:32435069586998

Category: Command of troops

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Research Report

The Infantry School publications describe overall missions , the TRADOC Military Operations Other Than War ( MOOTW ) Guide brings greater specificity , and the task oriented 7th Army Training Center ( ATC ) published materials are quite ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015081878202

Category: Military research

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The Long War

A New History of U.S. National Security Policy Since World War II Andrew J. Bacevich Professor of International ... A useful survey of “ military operations other than war ” can be found in Keith Earle Bonn , A Guide to Military ...

Author: Andrew J. Bacevich

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231131585

Category: History

Page: 586

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Essays by a diverse and distinguished group of historians, political scientists, and sociologists examine the alarms, emergencies, controversies, and confusions that have characterized America's Cold War, the post-Cold War interval of the 1990s, and today's "Global War on Terror." This "Long War" has left its imprint on virtually every aspect of American life; by considering it as a whole, The Long War is the first volume to take a truly comprehensive look at America's response to the national-security crisis touched off by the events of World War II. Contributors consider topics ranging from grand strategy and strategic bombing to ideology and economics and assess the changing American way of war and Hollywood's surprisingly consistent depiction of Americans at war. They evaluate the evolution of the national-security apparatus and the role of dissenters who viewed the myriad activities of that apparatus with dismay. They take a fresh look at the Long War's civic implications and its impact on civil-military relations. More than a military history, The Long War examines the ideas, policies, and institutions that have developed since the United States claimed the role of global superpower. This protracted crisis has become a seemingly permanent, if not defining aspect of contemporary American life. In breaking down the old and artificial boundaries that have traditionally divided the postwar period into neat historical units, this volume provides a better understanding of the evolution of the United States and U.S. policy since World War II and offers a fresh perspective on our current national security predicament.

Army Dictionary and Desk Reference

STACKPOLE BOOKS Military Professional Reference Library Air Force Officer's Guide Airman's Guide Armed Forces Guide ... Guide to Effective Military Writing Guide to Military Installations Guide to Military Operations Other Than War Job ...

Author: Timothy Zurick

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811731545

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 320

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Working language of the U.S. Army--includes more than 3,500 terms and acronyms Over 40 pages of commonly needed reference facts and formulas Latest list of key Army and DoD Web sites This book defines today's Army terms and acronyms clearly and concisely for the military or civilian user. The forty pages of appendices include enlisted and officer classification systems; precedence for awards, decorations, and medals; the Code of Conduct; sample memorandums and letters; physical fitness standards and scoring methods; and eleven other tables and charts for easy reference.

The Army Lawyer

Due to the diverse nature of both conventional operations and military operations other than war ( MOOTW ) , this Field Guide is not designed to be all - inclusive of the numerous legal issues that could arise on the modern battlefield ...

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ISBN: PSU:000047601307

Category: Courts-martial and courts of inquiry

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Military Intelligence

operations . During this phase , the division will rapidly acquire accurate information about the enemy while ... 538-6268 . by James J. Adams Army doctrine serves as a soldier's guide for conducting war and operations other than war .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105019609762

Category: Military intelligence

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Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin

operations . During this phase , the division will rapidly acquire accurate information about the enemy while ... 538-6268 . by James J. Adams Army doctrine serves as a soldier's guide for conducting war and operations other than war .

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ISBN: MSU:31293015215407

Category: Military intelligence

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Interagency cooperation a regional model for overseas operations

U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA: 1989. U.S. Department of the Army. TRADOC Pam 525-56, Planners Guide for Military Operations Other Than War. Headquarters, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Monroe, ...

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Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1428981640

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Unconventional Conflict

In S. I. Gass & C. M. Harris (Eds.), Encyclopedia of operations research and management science, centennial edition (pp. 53–57). Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Hartley, D. S. (2001b). Military operations other than war.

Author: Dean S. Hartley III

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319519357

Category: Political Science

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This book describes issues in modeling unconventional conflict and suggests a new way to do the modeling. It presents an ontology that describes the unconventional conflict domain, which allows for greater ease in modeling unconventional conflict. Supporting holistic modeling, which means that we can see the entire picture of what needs to be modeled, the ontology allows us to make informed decisions about what to model and what to omit. The unconventional conflict ontology also separates the things we understand best from the things we understand least. This separation means that we can perform verification, validation and accreditation (VV&A) more efficiently and can describe the competence of the model more accurately. However, before this message can be presented in its entirety the supporting body of knowledge has to be explored. For this reason, the book offers chapters that focus on the description of unconventional conflict and the analyses that have been performed, modeling, with a concentration on past efforts at modeling unconventional conflict, the precursors to the ontology, and VV&A. Unconventional conflict is a complex, messy thing. It normally involves multiple actors, with their own conflicting agendas and differing concepts of legitimate actions. This book will present a useful introduction for researchers and professionals within the field.

Indian Air Force in India s National Defence 2032

Military. Operations. Other. Than. War. and. IAF. In its eight decades of honourable existence, ... The emerging trends of other than war operations must serve as a guide for the air strategy, force modernisation and capability building ...

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Publisher: KW Publishers Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9789385714375

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The Indian Air Force (IAF), from a humble beginning in 1932 with four Wapiti aircraft, six Indian officers and 22 hawai sepoys, has traversed a long journey and crossed noteworthy milestones to become the fourth largest air force in the world. In the past 81 years, while facing several limitations/challenges, the IAF has met all the national defence requirements, and made several strategic contributions. The 1948 Kashmir airlift, Tangail paradrop, heli-bridging in East Pakistan and many other achievements are historic examples of its sterling performance. The only war independent India has lost was the one in which the IAF was not employed in a combat role. With growing economic interests and national aspirations, expanding interests well beyond our territorial boundaries and prevailing internal security challenges, India’s national defence requirements are also increasing. Reliance of sovereign nation-states on aerospace power is essentially growing. The first Gulf War was a monumental turning point in the war-time employment of aerospace power. Ever since, the significance of aerospace power in war, crisis and peace-time has been gaining ascendency. Kosovo and Libya are the two pertinent examples of the allies virtually relying on aerospace power, without committing any soldiers on the ground. Scrutiny of the emerging global and national trends suggests that employment of aerospace assets, as well as the nation’s expectation from the IAF, will continue to rise. Alongside, there is an unplanned fall in flying platforms, weapon systems and pilot strength of the IAF. This study is an attempt to analyse the history of the IAF in war as well as ‘other than war operations’; to appreciate the emerging trends in geopolitics, aerospace technology and doctrine; and to identify the likely challenges the IAF would be facing in the next two decades and beyond. A roadmap for transformation of the national security framework, the indigenous aerospace industry and the IAF has also been suggested.