The 71F Advantage

Why would an Army now currently fighting wars on two fronts have excess AOCs
? Why would it have an excess Corps ? They're there because along the way
they've been revalidated time and time again . So if the question comes up in
2011 ...

Author: Paul T. Bartone



Category: Combat

Page: 523

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From the back cover: This book, which grew out of an Army research psychology conference, is the first of its kind, intended to provide a comprehensive overview of what Army research psychologists do. Chapters cover the diverse activity areas of 71Fs, from the neurophysiology of sleep, to traumatic brain injury, to leadership and organizational process, as well as several personal and historical accounts. Army research psychologists are making a difference. Through their research, 71Fs provide leaders with new insights and tools for increasing the health and performance of military personnel. This is the "71F Advantage."

Transformation processes in Egypt after 2011

In the case of Syria, however, one condition would have to be met – that of a
consolidation of opposition forces and of them gaining a military advantage. In
the broader perspective – a strengthening of the EU's military potential through
the ...

Author: Radoslaw Fiedler

Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH

ISBN: 3832540490

Category: Arab Spring, 2010-

Page: 230

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"The main advantage of this monograph is that it attempts to conduct the most up-to-date analysis possible of the present political situation in Egypt and the Middle East. Therefore we receive a monograph which allows us not only to look at the Arab Spring from a historical perspective, but primarily to reflect on the consequences of these past events that it was hoped would spark political reforms in Arab states and facilitate greater public participation in the system of governance. Thus, this publication allows the verification of many of the judgments and opinions expressed during the Arab Spring, on the possible direction of development of the political processes initiated by the massive social revolts in Arab countries."

The Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law

Would the anticipated direct military advantage gained by their deaths , while the
international armed conflict was still in progress , mitigate the deaths of ten
civilians ? ... The May 1 , 2011 killing of the Al Qaeda leader , Osama bin Laden ,
was apparently accomplished by storming the compound ... The issue of whether




Category: Comparative law


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China America Relations

maintained our military advantage, our competitiveness has been set back in
recent years. ... 21 National Military Strategy 2011, available at
content/files/2011-02/020811084800_2011_NMS_-_08_FEB_2011.pdf 22
National ...

Author: Ni Feng Huang Ping

Publisher: Paths International Ltd

ISBN: 1844641260

Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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Offering insights and analysis on China's approach to America and its relationship with the American government, this insightful book reveals China's current thinking and strategies towards China-US relations and trade policies. It also provides comprehensive analyses into the competitive strengths of the USA and the status of American power in the global community.

From Poverty to Power 2nd Edition

Proportion: Warring parties are obliged to weigh carefully the direct military
advantage of any attack against the ... It was this concern that persuaded the UN
in 2011 to resist calls for EU troops to help the humanitarian effort in Libya, or, at
the ...

Author: Duncan Green

Publisher: Oxfam

ISBN: 1853397415

Category: Political Science

Page: 488

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From Poverty to Power argues that a radical redistribution of power, opportunities, and assets rather than traditional models of charitable or government aid is required to break the cycle of poverty and inequality. The forces driving this transformation are active citizens and effective states. Published in association with Oxfam GB.

Journal of the Civil War Era

Spring 2011 Issue William A. Blair ... Emancipation played out, too, at the level of
the military district and theater. ... one million slaves, according to the 1860
census, and Hunter hoped to leverage these demographics to his military

Author: William A. Blair

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 0807852597

Category: History

Page: 152

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The University of North Carolina Press and the George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center at the Pennsylvania State University are pleased to announce the launch of The Journal of the Civil War Era. William Blair, of the Pennsylvania State University, serves as founding editor. The journal takes advantage of the flowering of research on the many issues raised by the sectional crisis, war, Reconstruction, and memory of the conflict, while bringing fresh understanding to the struggles that defined the period, and by extension, the course of American history in the nineteenth century. The Journal of the Civil War Era aims to create a space where scholars across the many subfields that animate nineteenth-century history can enter into conversation with each other. Table of Contents for this issue, Volume One, Number One: Editor's Note William Blair Welcome to the New Journal Articles Edward L. Ayers and Scott Nesbit Seeing Emancipation: Scale and Freedom in the American South Melinda Lawson Imagining Slavery: Representations of the Peculiar Institution on the Northern Stage, 1776-1860 LeeAnn Whites Forty Shirts and a Wagonload of Wheat: Women, the Domestic Supply Line, and the Civil War on the Western Border Review Essay Douglas R. Egerton Rethinking Atlantic Historiography in a Post-Colonial Era: The Civil War in a Global Perspective Book Reviews Books Received Professional Notes Aaron Sheehan-Dean The Nineteenth-Century U.S. History Job Market, 2000-2009

Joining the United States Marine Corps

Schading, Barbara. A Civilian's Guide to the U.S. Military:A Comprehensive
Reference to the Customs, Language, and Structure of the Armed Forces. ...
Service Women's Action Network, 2011. http://
uploads/2011/10/LGBT-Fact-Sheet-091411. pdf. _____. “Rape ... Military
Advantage, 2009. http:// images.
bill.pdf. United States ...

Author: Snow Wildsmith

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786491221

Category: History

Page: 235

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This book is for the teenager or young adult who is interested in enlisting in the United States Marine Corps. It will walk him or her through the enlistment and recruit training process: making the decision to join, talking to recruiters, getting qualified, preparing for basic training, and learning what to expect at basic recruit training. The goal of the McFarland Joining the Military book series is to help young people who might be curious about serving in the military decide whether military service is right for them, which branch is the best fit, and whether they are qualified for and prepared for military service. Features include lists of books, web links, and videos; a glossary; and an index.

Corpus Juris Secundum

... is on active military service for more than 30 days provisions add extra benefits
for tance program , under Section 137. ... deceased which is stated as applying to
tax years military person as having resumed em- beginning in 2010 and 2011 ...




Category: Law


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Human Rights in France

International Insights and Recommendations : 2009-2011 Report France. ... ( 5 )
The Government of the French Republic declares that the term " military
advantage " in article 8 , paragraph 2 ( b ) ( iv ) , refers to the advantage
anticipated from ...

Author: France. Commission nationale consultative des droits de l'homme



Category: Civil rights

Page: 302

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mar pay Team ren nch Advantage : the ... The awesome arsenal that the coalition
has assembled in the gulf provides it with overwhelming military advantages .






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The Military Advantage

An annual reference for active military and veterans features the 2011 changes to Family Education, Survivor and Wounded Warrior benefits and other benefits in areas such as health care, education, and employment.

Author: Terry Howell

Publisher: Naval Inst Press

ISBN: 9781591143925

Category: Law

Page: 385

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An annual reference for active military and veterans features the 2011 changes to Family Education, Survivor and Wounded Warrior benefits and other benefits in areas such as health care, education, and employment.

Journal of the Society of Environmental Engineers

The fourth edition of BS2011 was in full alignment with IEC68 14 which is a non -
military international specifi - cation ... and perhaps rather awe - inspiring at first
sight , but with the advantage that each test is contained in a separate section .




Category: Materials


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A Toolbox for the Application of the Rules of Targeting

International humanitarian law, this book contends, places a duty on attackers to assume risk in order to mitigate danger to civilians.

Author: Tetyana (Tanya) Krupiy

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1443889547

Category: Law

Page: 461

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How military commanders interpret the rules of targeting impacts not only on whether civilians and civilian objects are harmed in the course of a military operation, but also on the scale of harm that ensues. Commentators have queried whether military commanders observed the law even when parties to a conflict acted in accordance with mandates to protect civilians, as was the case when a coalition of states bombed targets in Libya in 2011. However, limited guidance is publicly available on how military commanders apply these rules on the battlefield. In order to allow military commanders to exercise judgment in determining what steps they are required to take to spare civilians in a specific set of circumstances, the rules of targeting are formulated in an open-ended fashion, which complicates one’s ability to evaluate whether a particular military operation complies with the law. By examining case studies ranging from Operation Desert Storm in 1991 to Operation Protective Edge in 2014, this book addresses lacunae in current scholarship. It puts forward principles which capture how military commanders deliberate while interpreting what the rules of targeting require in particular scenarios. International humanitarian law, this book contends, places a duty on attackers to assume risk in order to mitigate danger to civilians. Drawing on the field of psychology, this study provides an explanation of how military commanders assess when circumstances do not permit them to inform civilians about a forthcoming attack.

China Forum

2011 w . . . 4 - - - - - -. war for self - defense . Her , interests coincide with the
interests of the De , mocratic Powers . ... Others who believe in military power
vote for Japan . ... Military superiority is the only advantage Japan has over China




Category: China


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The Chinese War Machine

That is the nuclear weapons would incur a similar ability to gain a military
advantage or at reason that Chinese diplomacy ... systems before the TTTTTTT 0
10 2011 100 200 300 400 500 600 defending Chinese forces could acquire
targets .

Author: Ray Bonds

Publisher: New York : Crescent Books


Category: Political Science

Page: 184

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Social Security Handbook 2011

validity of prior marriage , $ 310 voidable and annulled , benefits reinstated , $
1853 widower's entitlement to benefits ... financing the program , $ 139 Members
of uniformed services , coverage , $ 948 Mental impairments , $ 601 Military ...

Author: Bernan Press


ISBN: 9781598884814

Category: Reference

Page: 706

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Presents information about the benefit programs provided by the Social Security Administration.

BNA Pension Benefits Reporter

MedPAC and industry groups also expressed concerns about another
costsharing issue - prohibiting cost - sharing for home ... 6 letter , MedPAC said
that the proposed prohibition on Medicare Advantage cost - sharing for home
health care “ is ... Active duty military , full - time National Guard , and active
selected reserve members and their spouses — if not ... Court in Florida Rules
PPACA Unconstitutional 2-8 11 ISSN 1069-5117 COPYRIGHT © 2011 BY THE




Category: Employee fringe benefits


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Hybrid Warfare

Hybrid warfare has been an integral part of the historical landscape since the ancient world, but only recently have analysts - incorrectly - categorised these conflicts as unique.

Author: Williamson Murray

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139511025

Category: History


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Hybrid warfare has been an integral part of the historical landscape since the ancient world, but only recently have analysts - incorrectly - categorised these conflicts as unique. Great powers throughout history have confronted opponents who used a combination of regular and irregular forces to negate the advantage of the great powers' superior conventional military strength. As this study shows, hybrid wars are labour-intensive and long-term affairs; they are difficult struggles that defy the domestic logic of opinion polls and election cycles. Hybrid wars are also the most likely conflicts of the twenty-first century, as competitors use hybrid forces to wear down America's military capabilities in extended campaigns of exhaustion. Nine historical examples of hybrid warfare, from ancient Rome to the modern world, provide readers with context by clarifying the various aspects of conflicts and examining how great powers have dealt with them in the past.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles UAVs in combat

E (2008: 4‐5), the development and use of UAVs is an increasingly attractive
prospect for politicians and military commanders, ... 'military necessity'‐ whereby
force is to be kept minimalistic and used only to gain military advantage only; no
means of 'malum in se' ‐ or 'evil ... M (2011:295) argues that the principles,
especially those such as proportionality and the use of 'evil conduct' are entirely
abstract ...

Author: William Kealey

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 3656588074

Category: Political Science

Page: 14

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Professorial Dissertation from the year 2012 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict Studies, Security, grade: 78, University of Lincoln, language: English, abstract: The increasing use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has proven to be a catalyst for contentious dialogue (Valavanis et al: 2008; 3) between those whom acknowledge the suggested advantages of deploying UAVs and those who disagree on the basis that there are unjustifiable moral implications, especially in the context of warfare (Boyle. M :2013; 21). I remain impartial with regard to these arguments, however full justification shall be provided in due course as to why. This paper therefore, shall be written from the perspective of my own. To accurately evaluate these contrasting arguments we must first identify the meaning of morality in the context of warfare. Devlin. P (1965) acknowledges that definitively stating the confines of morality remains a hugely subjective issue, and so for simplicity, one broadly suited definition shall be accepted throughout the scope of this work. I believe Meisels. T's (2012: 932) notion whereby the laws of warfare, such as those presented in the Geneva conventions and the theory of 'just war'; which establishes humane 'rules' of conducting warfare, are inextricably linked with the notion of preserving morality during war. This perception on morality will therefore provide the parameters for the entirety of this essay to be argued from, and so whether warfare is 'moral' or not shall be decided by the extent to which war conforms with both the Geneva conventions and more importantly the theory of just war.

The National Military Strategy of the United States of America 2015

Success will increasingly depend on how well our military instrument can support the other instruments of power and enable our network of allies and partners. Figures. This is a print on demand report.



ISBN: 9781457863349


Page: 24

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Since the previous National Military Strategy (2011_, global disorder has significantly increased while some of our comparative military advantage has begun to erode. We now face multiple, simultaneous security challenges from traditional state actors and transregional networks of sub-state groups -- all taking advantage of rapid technological change. This 2015 National Military Strategy describes how the U.S. will employ our military forces to protect and advance our national interests. We must be able to rapidly adapt to new threats while maintaining comparative advantage over traditional ones. Future conflicts will come more rapidly, last longer, and take place on a much more technically challenging battlefield. Success will increasingly depend on how well our military instrument can support the other instruments of power and enable our network of allies and partners. Figures. This is a print on demand report.