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9780072484809

The Scope of Military Geography: Across the Spectrum from Peacetime to War

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  • ISBN13:

    9780072484809

  • ISBN10:

    0072484802

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-12-15
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing
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A fresh approach to the study of Military Geography!Palka and Galgano truly understand the impact of geographic information on the conduct of military operations! Moreover, they clearly appreciate the changing nature of conflict and as a result have addressed the effect of geographic conditions across the full spectrum of military operations. From peacekeeping to small scale contingencies to all out war, they precisely address the range of geographic challenges encountered by military commanders in the past and the anticipated challenges of the future. The vignettes address key issues that the military leader must understand to make timely and accurate decisions.Overall, this book is essential reading for the military leader and a must add to his professional library. Although this is a great military book, the geographic community and public in general would most certainly enjoy looking at classic military operations through a geographic lens. Additionally, all will benefit from the information presented as the traditional lines between peace and war continue to blur.

Table of Contents

War Fighting

1. World War II in the Aleutian Islands

2. Streams and the Civil War Military Landscape

3. Military Geography of the American Civil War

4. Amphibious Warfare

5. Peleliu

6. Protecting the Force

Military Operations Other Than War

7. A Decade of Instability and Uncertainity

8. The Human Landscape and Warfare

9. The Geography of Hazard Analysis

10. Strategic Mobility in the 21st Century

11. Insurgencies and Counter-Insurgencies

12. The Case of Bosnia

Peacetime

13. Manning the Force

14. Training the Force

15. Training a Global Force

16. U.S. Army Training and Testing Lands

17. Military Land

18. Integrated Military Land Management

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