CIVIL AFFAIRS IN UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE

CIVIL AFFAIRS IN UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE

by Clayton Curtis
     
 

The main problem addressed in this monograph is how to employ U.S. Special Operation Forces Civil Affairs units to support insurgent groups in Unconventional Warfare. The purpose of this research is to identify best practices from the insurgent’s perspective, the Viet Cong and Hezbollah, in overthrowing or out-competing the incumbent government that they are…  See more details below

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The main problem addressed in this monograph is how to employ U.S. Special Operation Forces Civil Affairs units to support insurgent groups in Unconventional Warfare. The purpose of this research is to identify best practices from the insurgent’s perspective, the Viet Cong and Hezbollah, in overthrowing or out-competing the incumbent government that they are fighting against using civil affairs-like tasks such as Support to Civil Administration. The thesis question that this research attempts to answer is can U.S. Special Operations Forces Civil Affairs units plan and conduct civil military operations to support insurgent groups in Unconventional Warfare. The conclusion of this thesis is that U.S. Special Operations Forces Civil Affairs units can plan and conduct civil military operations in support of insurgent groups in an unconventional warfare environment. Moreover, the best task for civil affairs forces is to conduct or focus on is Support to Civil Administration. This is mainly for two reasons including: (1) civil administration and social services helps mobilize the population, and (2) it strengthens the

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148920663
Publisher:
ReadCycle
Publication date:
11/09/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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