Challenges 21st Century Logistics

October 2009
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Fall2009, Vol. 33 Issue 3/4, p63
Academic Journal
The article explores a historical case study where military forces were withdrawn in the midst of conflict as it relates to Air Force doctrine. It provides an overview of the history of Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan from 1988 to 1989 to examine withdrawal from conflict at the strategic and operational level. It further discusses some recommendations that might be applied to future conflicts where disengagement of military forces prior to actual conflict termination is significant.


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