Base Camp Infrastructure Development and C2 in Afghanistan

McNulty, Dennis J.
October 2002
Engineer;Oct-Dec2002, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p4
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Reports on the challenges faced by engineer and logistical planners in developing base camp infrastructure at Baghram, Afghanistan. Limited bed-down facilities at Baghram; Problems in the water supply for armies; Lessons learned by engineers and planners concerning base camp infrastructure development and command and control organization in Afghanistan.


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