Information Operations in Support of Demonstrations and Shows of Force

Tulak, Arthur N.
July 2003
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jul-Sep2003, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p9
Talks about shows of force and demonstration operations conducted by the U.S. Army. Influence of the activity on decision makers and support for U.S. objectives; Importance of the military operations conducted by combat forces in protecting U.S. and allied interests; Support of the activity on preventive diplomacy.


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