The Plight of Joint Doctrine after Kosovo

Herrly, Peter F.
July 1999
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Summer99, Issue 22, p99
Discusses the difficulties faced by U.S. and allies on the civil war in Kosovo, Serbia. Help offered by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on the after effects of the war; Inconsistence of the 1999 Operation Allied Force with joint doctrine in words and spirit; Impact of technological advances on strategic attacks.


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