Ground Assault Convoy Techniques

Hofmeister, Michael D.; Gayagas, Christine M.
September 2002
Army Logistician;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p14
Explores the components of the ground assault convoy (GAC), an integral part of air assault mission executed by the U.S. Airborne Division. Phases of air assault operations; Composition of GAC; Elements of GAC force protection; Threats of the presence of enemy minefields and obstacles to the GAC; Command and control of the GAC.


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