By Rene Chartrand
;Canadian army historical past. Vol. 1. 1000-1754 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Canadian army background. Vol. 1. 1000-1754Автор: Rene ChartrandИздательство: paintings GlobalISBN: 2920718495Год издания: 1993Страниц: 240Язык: АнглийскийФормат: PDFКачество: отличноеРазмер: 30 МбОписание:Military historical past of Canada in IX-XVIII centuries.Art worldwide Inc. 1993, First version. quantity I of the excellent sequence at the army historical past and background of Canada, from the earliest days to the current. Contents: Foreword. bankruptcy I - the 1st Warriors. 2 - squaddies of the 16th Century. three - the 1st infantrymen of recent France. four - The Kings infantrymen. five - The Compagnies Franches de los angeles Marine of Canada. 6 - infantrymen of the Atlantic Seaboard. 7 - the army Empire. Notes. Chronology of significant Battles. different military Troops. Bibliography. Index. fantastically illustrated in complete color with reproductions of old photographs, uniforms, shades, insignia, museum artefacts, apparatus, armaments, maps, plans, and masses else. colored maps to entrance and rear end-papers. 239 pp.0
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33 Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. Making the Soldier Decisive on Future Battlefields MAKING THE SOLDIER DECISIVE ON FUTURE BATTLEFIELDS TSUs must be integrated into the Army network, with the network being pushed down to the individual dismounted Soldier. They must have enhanced capability in functional areas such as mission command, intelligence, fires, and mission planning/execution. For example, there should be timely, relevant information on location of friendly assets, the identification and location of enemy forces and equipment, the identification and location of noncombatants, and the ability to document and communicate this information to each other and higher echelons.
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