Determining Battlefield Effects in an Urban Environment: MOUT Terrain Analysis

Ahuja, Alfonso J.
July 2003
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jul-Sep2003, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p28
Focuses on determining battlefield effects in an urban environment. Disadvantages of increased urban population on the military operations of the U.S. Army in built-up areas; Analysis of military operations in Panama, Somalia, Kuwait and Iraq; Factors to consider for a military operation in an urban environment.


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