Lessons learned: Operations other than war

Breyfogle, Bill
April 1994
Engineer;Apr94, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p23
Trade Publication
Addresses lessons learned by United States Army engineers from disaster relief and humanitarian assistance missions. Includes the conduction of an accurate engineer assessment to identify personnel and equipment requirements and priorities; Development of rules of engagement for individual soldiers; Determination of centers of gravity that help focus mission accomplishment.


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