U.S. national support element operations

Marshall, Timothy J.
September 1999
Army Logistician;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p18
Describes how a national support element in the Hungarian towns of Kaposvar and Taszar provided as a secure environment from which United States armed forces staged deployments into Bosnia in 1995. Preparation of the Taszar site; Infrastructure improvements; Continuous restructuring of the peacekeeping forces in Bosnia.


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