amphibious operation

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faculty instructor in the Department of Distance Education, US Army War College, and author of Over the Beach: Army Amphibious Operations in the Korean War and US Army Forces in the Korean War.
1) Various areas of the "closer defence relations" between Australia and New Zealand are ripe for cooperative enhancement, but one of the most obvious is amphibious operations.
Unity of effort is absolutely essential to the success of an amphibious operation.
Creating a 3D, graphical picture of a mission plan, for instance, in which users can see the beach over which they plan to launch an assault, then run through the entire planned operation, taking into consideration various possible enemy responses and alternative strategies, may require more technical expertise and time than the leaders of the amphibious operation have.
The amphibious operation was led by 745 Marines from the Philippines and 450 from the United States.
It is a major contribution to understanding an eighteenth-century amphibious operation.
For his part, Doyle found that "Sherman knew little, if anything, about amphibious operations.
The relatively limited strategic lift and the short range of key capabilities central to amphibious operations, such as ship-to-shore connectors, reflect the constraints of Japan's postwar constitution.
Notwithstanding Omar Bradley's 1949 declaration that atomic weapons had rendered the large-scale amphibious assault anachronistic, events of the ensuing decades--famously, Inchon, less than a year later--suggest that the practical utility of the amphibious operation neither has dimmed nor is likely to do so in the foreseeable future.
An unusually well-educated officer, he was also atypically open to new ideas, although this is often attributed to the influence of his son John; nearly blind in his later years, he nevertheless demonstrated energy and enterprise in the Netherlands, the West Indies, and Egypt, where his landing at Abukir was a classic amphibious operation.
With 87 members of the Philippine Marine Corps, 40 of their American counterparts were in support during the simulation of an amphibious operation at the Naval Education and Training Command in Zambales, Friday.
forces conducted an important joint amphibious operation under the command of Gen.
It can transport 12 troops and a driver and is capable of amphibious operation, extended cross-country travel over rough terrain and high-speed operation on improved roads and highways.
Ironically, it was in support of an amphibious operation that never occurred, the planned invasion of Kyushu in the autumn of 1945.
The M113 will be able to transport 12 troops plus a driver and is capable of amphibious operation, extended cross-country travel over rough terrain, and high-speed operation on improved roads and highways.
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