Civil Military Operations in the New World
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 269 pages
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... to the Alliance for Progress in Latin America . Later , as Commander in Chief of the United States Southern Command , I determined that Civil Affairs and civic action were critical assets in the execution of my strategy .
Second , he had nearly all the Foreign Area Officers ( U.S. officers with training and experience in Latin American Affairs ) there as well , and he had responsibility for all political - military action by the command .
After that war , the concept of civic action played a large part in U.S. military operations in Latin America through the late 1970s , when they were abandoned by the administration of President Jimmy Carter .
The American and allied experiences in the Gulf War represent a third example of the varying degrees of responsibility that the victor must assume for the inhabitants of conquered or liberated territory . Operations.
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