Studies Aim to Refocus Urban Training, Tactics

Roth, Margaret
December 2004
Sea Power;Dec2004, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p20
Focuses on the studies to determine how U.S. forces can better prepare for unconventional threats in the future. Five areas of a study on a broad spectrum of training needs; Specific questions the studies aim to answer; Suggestion that new concept of urban operations embraces the integration of ground and air assets; shift of training from known tactics to anticipating the unexpected.


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