Civil Military Operations in the New World
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 269 pages
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Figures 20 2.1 Map of Panama 3.1 Map of U.S. Defense Sites and Surrounding Areas in Panama City 5.1 Map of Panama City and Surroundings 31 59 6.1 Organization of COMCMOTF 67 74 6.2 CMO Organizations 6.3 USSOCOM Proposed Interim MSG ...
... for a conflict contingency with our erstwhile allies , the Panama Defense Forces , I concluded that what was both the most likely and most difficult aspect of any such contingency was the postconflict civil military operation .
In addition , special thanks go to COL Pat Carlton of the Institute of National Strategic Studies ( INSS ) at National Defense University ( NDU ) for supporting the concept of collaborating on our similar projects .
The views expressed in this book are those of the author and do not reflect those of the Department of the Army , the Department of Defense , or the U.S. government . I AN OVERVIEW OF CIVIL MILITARY OPERATIONS This part of xvi ...
... Department of Defense , Department of State , the military forces on War's End : A Strategic Concept for Postconflict Operations 7.
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