ACT Operations--With U.S. and Allies

Loving, Kirk A.; McCoy, Jason B.; Payne, David P.; Thurnher, Jeffrey; Shippitka, Melanie
January 2001
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jan-Sep2001, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p41
Discusses the operations of the Analysis and Control Teams (ACT) during the peacekeeping missions led by the United States Army in Kosovo, Serbia. Organization of the ACT; Pre-deployment training; Details of operations; Challenges to peacekeeping missions.


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