Urban warfare and the urban warfighter of 2025

Hahn II, Robert F.; Jezior, Bonnie
June 1999
Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Summer99, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p74
Academic Journal
Emphasizes the need for the United States Army to be prepared to engage in wars against enemy forces that have decided to conduct operations from within and around large cities. Focus of military operations in so-called conurbations; Role of high-technology weapon systems in the course of urban warfare; Need to produce individual soldiers with a much greater range of capabilities.


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