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Army Guide; Battle-tested wisdom for leaders in any organization. Dining-in by Phil Childress 4 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Military review in Portuguese and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Army field artillery units destroy or abandon their own guns on nearly a dozen occasions.
North Korean and Chinese forces infiltrated thinly held American lines to ambush units on the move or assault battery positions from the flanks or rear with, all too often, the same disastrous results. Trained to fight a linear war in Europe against conventional Soviet forces, field artillery units were unprepared for combat in Korea, which called for all-around defense of mutually supporting battery positions, and high-angle fire.
Ironically, these same lessons had been learned the hard way during recent fighting against the Japanese in a action on Saipan, not Korea, aptly demonstrates.
Pacific theater artillery tactics were discarded as an aberration after War World II, but Red Legs soon found that they "frequently [have] to fight as doughboys" and "must be able to handle the situation themselves if their gun positions are attacked. Commanders at all levels had come to expect that in any future war, they would conduct operations with fire that equaled or even surpassed the lavish support they had recently enjoyed in northwest Europe.
It was clear almost from the beginning, however, that this was not going to happen in Korea because there was a shortage not only of artillery units but also of the basic hardware of the cannoneers craft: Until the front settled down into a war of attrition in the fall of which facilitated the surveying of reference points and positioning of "an elaborate grid of batteries, fire direction centers, [and] fire support coordination centers" , massed fires were achieved by shooting at unprecedented speed.
This tactic exposed the fact that the huge surplus of World War II munitions was actually deficient in some calibers. Infantry in battle 2 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Key to the Sinai: Yet there were marked differences between Egyptian and Israeli war plans, preparations, operations, and results in the two battles for the area.
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In , Israel carried the burden of a constricting alliance with Britain and France and faced other extensive military problems. The result was that Israel fought a difficult and costly battle for Abu Ageila. In contrast, in , the Israel Defense Forces developed a brilliant operational plan and achieved effective unit command and control and attained a decisive victory.
Mobilization by Charles A Endress Book 2 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide This bibliography provides those with access to the Combined Arms Research Library a starting point in the search for information relating to the mobilization and integration of reserve forces during national emergencies in the twentieth century. Reserve components played a significant, and in some cases paramount, role in the national defense during this period.