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Military Review №4 2018
[ ] 05.07.2018, 10:39

Military Review


 Год / месяц: 2018/7-8

Номер: 4
Страниц: 120
Язык: Английский
Формат: PDF -  23 MB

The Military Review provides an established and well regarded Army forum to stimulate original thought and debate on topics related to the art and science of land warfare.


6 The 75th Ranger Regiment Military Intelligence Battalion
Modernizing for Multi-Domain Battle Maj. Paul A. Lushenko, U.S. Army
A military intelligence (MI) officer with the 75th Ranger Regiment argues that the recently established Regimental MI Battalion furthers the Ranger Regiment’s readiness through experimentation and innovation but also informs the Army’s broader structure and emerging operating concepts to help overmatch near-peer competitors.
18 Developing a Light Infantry-Robotic Company as a System
Maj. Zachary L. Morris, U.S. Army
Lethal autonomous weapon systems could substantially increase U.S. Army light infantry unit capabilities. The author espouses development of a light infantry-robotic company to capitalize on those advantages.
30 Reconnaissance beyond the Coordinated Fire Line
Division Warfighter Trends Maj. Paul E. Roberts, U.S. Army
In decisive action training environment Warfighter exercises, divisions and corps struggle to continuously plan and execute reconnaissance operations beyond the coordinated fire line. An observer-trainer from the Mission Command Training Program offers that divisions must reempower the operations and intelligence synchronization meeting and introduce a reconnaissance cell into the main command post to overcome these challenges.


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