5 edition of Mobility, shock, and firepower found in the catalog.
Mobility, shock, and firepower
Robert Stewart Cameron
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Robert Stewart Cameron.|
|Series||Army historical series|
|LC Classifications||UA30 .C36 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007045505|
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These developments produced operational and tactical mobility, shock, and firepower. DiMarco illustrates through battle and campaign narratives how the great captains skillfully translated an understanding of mounted forces into battlefield success. He also describes how a lack of appreciation for horses and mounted forces could lead to failure. The Abrams tank closes with and destroys enemy forces on the integrated battlefield using mobility, firepower, and shock effect. Bradley Provides protected transport of an infantry squad on the battlefield and overwatching fires to support the dismounted infantry. M88A2 Hercules.
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In effect, the role depicted in the novel, relying on mobility, shock effect, and firepower, greatly follows the modern US Army Armor branch, with components running the gamut from light cavalry to heavy tanks. Arguably, the relief of Khe Sanh was the war’s most important cavalry raid. One of the great battlefield innovations developed by the United States armed forces in its effort to defeat a skilled and often elusive enemy in Vietnam was air cavalry—light infantry deployed by helicopters.
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The “China Shock”, Exports. Hot Doc: Mobility, Shock, and Firepower: The Emergence of the U.S. Army' s Armor Branch, Galileo Annual Survey Report.through shock action. This tactical mobility under fire remains a requirement after a century of conflict.
For example, during and after World War II, armored combined- fire support, leaving some units without precision firepower or enhanced mobility. Units with mobility, protection and preci-sion firepower in the proper balance are able to.
Units with mobility, protection and precision firepower in the proper balance are able to achieve decisive overmatch with the enemy due to their cross-country mobility, survivability and persistent direct-fire capability, 1 while forces who sacrifice one trait to amplify another often experience mixed results.
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