Force-Protection Measures in Bosnia

Drummond, Frederic A.
March 1999
Engineer;Mar1999, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p12
Trade Publication
Describes a systematic way to protect soldiers and equipment. Force-protection measures; Development and implementation of Operation Joint Endeavor to monitor force protection in Bosnia; Requirements to protect troops; Decision of the Engineer Brigade commander to enforce a single standard of protective system for the Task Force Eagle sector; Fundamentals of sandbagging.


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