This remarkable manual is one of the durable and time-honored mainstays of military wisdom. Even with the new thinking that includes "Shock and Awe," this 1940 manual was sent to Iraq as a needed reference. For fans of the Army, Marines, and followers of the War on Terrorism, this is a... read more
“A Force Commander who gains his objective in a small war without firing a shot has attained far greater success than one who resorted to the use of arms.”
“One of the most common characteristics of the small wars of the United States is that its forces "dribble in" to the countries in which they intervene.”
Chapter I. Introduction.
Chapter II. Organization.
Chapter III. Logistics.
Chapter IV. Training.
Chapter V. Initial operations.
Chapter VI. Infantry patrols.
Chapter VII. Mounted detachments.
Chapter VIII. Convoys and convoy escorts.
Chapter IX. Aviation.
Chapter X. River operations.
Chapter XI. Disarmament of population.
Chapter XII. Armed native organizations.
Chapter XIII. Military government.
Chapter XIV. Supervision of elections.
Chapter XV. Withdrawal
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