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  • Disaster Management
    2 26-30 31-32 PROFILE OF INDUSTRIES DEPARTMENT Starting from Handicrafts & Cottage Industries, Micro, Small and Medium Industries to Heavy Industries in various sectors were coming under the ambit of Industries Department till 2011. After 19.12.2011, Industries Department has taken a...
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  • Org Behavior
    re-flagging between 1888 and 1974, see Appendix 1). It was reorganized and re-designated on 13 January 1974 as the 18th Cavalry, a parent regiment under the Combat Arms Regimental System, to consist of the 1st Squadron, an element of the 40th Infantry Division. Between 2003 and 2004 the unit was activated in...
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  • Bullets
    Vehicle Operator Serves as a senior vehicle operator; oversees and assists in operation of vehicles over varied terrain in support of garrison and combat operations; manages loading and unloading of personnel and equipment and protects cargo against damage; performs vehicle self-recovery and field expedients...
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  • L100
    the new brigade commander? What are three things you can do to address these issues and develop the brigade as a learning organization? Since my departure from this brigade two and a half years ago the brigade has changed in the wrong direction. While I was assigned it was a functioning brigade, which...
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  • Kargil War
    emergence of precision warfare has altered the nature of warfare on most of the world’s surface, yet has not significantly changed the conduct of ground combat at high altitude. The tactics that lead to victory on the high altitude battlefield have remained constant over time. This thesis examines the impact...
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  • six-day war
    planes were destroyed. Meanwhile, Major General Hod said that the IAF had lost 19 pilots in the operations. The next day, GOC Central Command issued a combat message amongst the Israeli soldiers stating, "Never have so few pilots downed so many planes in such a short period of time." That same day, at 0815hours...
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  • Training and Air Mobile Operations
    Airborne Division. Since airmobile operations had not even been tested until the 1950s when reliable helicopters were functioning, Vietnam became the combat breakthrough for airmobile tactics. They proved to be the foremost tactical innovation of the Vietnam War. "The courage of a soldier, to move forward...
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  • Article Review - Learning in the Thick of It
    By Marilyn Darling, Charles Parry, and Joseph Moore HBR Article Review On the face of it, the After Action Review is the simplest of practices. A team gathers after a significant action, and compares what they intended with what was actually achieved as a frame for identifying what they will sustain...
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  • Welcome Packet
    Signal Brigade Camp Arifjan, Kuwait APO AE 09366 Greetings; On behalf of 160th Signal Brigade it is our pleasure to welcome you. The primary mission of the unit is to provide Signal support throughout the ARCENT AOR. Our mission statement reads “The 160th Strategic Signal Brigade will provide...
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  • The History of the Army
    and by supply trains to feed and outfit the fighters. With the introduction of cannon in the 15th century, artillery units were added to the combat sections of armies. In the 19th and 20th centuries, as a result of great advances in technology, other units were added: signal troops, engineer corps...
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  • Army Drawdown
    2 Abstract The U.S. Army plans on cutting 80,000 soldiers by 2013. This will be done by cutting the number of combat brigades from 45 to as low as 32. This restructuring comes as the Pentagon works on its 2013 fiscal year budget, which much reflect $260 billion in savings...
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  • The Need for Multitasking and Stress
    suggested reason: Higher stress levels. Every study done points to the higher levels of stress police officers face, but what form does that stress take? With suicide there seem to be four factors: 1. Divorce. 2. Alcohol - not alcoholism. That was one of the early theories. But in actuality it was...
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  • Forced in Disability
    Forced into disability As my fire team came back from recovering a detainee from the outskirts of camp Ramadi, we heard the marine squad behind us was hit with an IED. We were shaken by the news because two hours ago we passed the same road filled with garbage and old brunt vehicles. One of my friends...
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  • The Effects of Humanity on Belle Isle Park
    Selig   There are so many different ecosystems across the world to write about and narrowing it down to one seems almost an impossible task. Our team quickly realized we were not tasked with finding an ecosystem, but agreeing on one. We finally chose Belle Isle Park in Detroit, Michigan: it is an...
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  • WorldWar ll
    nowhere" in minutes, an action referred to as vertical envelopment. Conversely, airborne forces typically lack the supplies and equipment for prolonged combat operations, and are therefore more suited for airhead operations than for long-term occupation; furthermore, parachute operations are particularly...
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  • Battle of Jitra
    Malaya. The battle deserves a place in modern military history as it represent the first time ever an Asian power has subdued white troops in ground combat. It was also the first time that the Allies witnessed the explosive and penetrative power of a combined arms Army in Asia. All of which will happen...
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  • First to Fight
    MCI 0380A MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER: COMBAT LEADERSHIP MARINE BARRACKS WASHINGTON, DC UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE 912 CHARLES POOR STREET SE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD DC 20391-5680 IN REPLY REFER TO: 1550 Ser 0380A 12 April 04 From: Director To: Marine...
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  • Army Accountability
    monitor the actions or location of any given soldier. In a garrison environment, there are many reasons and situations, in which someone in a soldiers team would need to know where or what a soldier is doing. For instance, with our unit we dispatch trucks every Thursday for the following week. The order...
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  • The Title of My
    officers, NCOs and soldiers will take the time to read this and learn from some past CTC rotations and their experiences. We as NCOs at the Battle Command Training program (BCTP) ask that you help get these recommendations out to your soldiers and units. Include this into your home-station training. Disclaimer:...
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