The Framework of Operational Warfare
Routledge, 1991 M07 4 - 200 pages
With the five paragraph field order format used by the US Army as his base, Lieutenant Colonel Newell provides a logical way to make sense of the chaos of war, and to determine whether or not war is the most appropriate means of resolving disputes.
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