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Command legacy : a tactical primer for junior leaders

Author: Raymond A Millen
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Potomac Books, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd ed., revView all editions and formats
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The burden of fighting wars, large or small, often rests on the soldiers and junior leaders of small infantry units. Command Legacy, the definitive source on small-unit tactics, presents one combat officer's conclusions about how to approach tactical problems and missions and about the links among tactical theory, doctrine, and practice. It is meant to prime junior leaders for tactical operations, team building, and  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond A Millen
ISBN: 9781597972079 159797207X
OCLC Number: 185032456
Description: xxi, 413 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Training and fighting within the Army system --
2. The development of a company doctrine --
3. Standardized identification --
4. Occupy assembly area and priority of work in assembly area --
5. Mission preparation --
6. Offense operations order --
7. Foot march planning --
8. Land navigation planning --
9. Soldier's load --
10. Unit manning roster --
11. U.S. weapons capabilities --
12. Passage of lines --
13. Air assault --
14. Linkup operations --
15. Occupy simple perimeter --
16. Actions from objective rally point to objective positions --
17. Consolidate and reorganize --
18. Defense operations order --
19. The defense --
20. The sector sketch --
21. Relief in place --
22. Health and hygiene --
23. Resupply planning --
24. Military operations in urban terrain --
25. Counterinsurgency --
26. Conclusion: Empowering the junior leader. --
Appendix: Professional reading.
Responsibility: Lt. Col. Raymond A. Millen.
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