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The Framework of Operational Warfare

Clayton Newell

With the five paragraph field order format used by the US Army as his base, Lieutenant Colonel Newell provides a logical way to make sense of the chaos of war, and to determine whether or not war is the most appropriate means of resolving disputes.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publish Date: Jul 4th, 1991
  • Pages: 200
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.78in - 5.71in - 0.82in - 0.83lb
  • EAN: 9780415050456
  • Recommended age: 18-18
  • Categories: Military ScienceMilitary - General
Praise for this book

`This is a well written little book which sets out to describe the basics of the conduct of war...all Ministers of Defence should read this book and learn why warfare is much more complex and unpredictable than they can ever hope to understand.' - Military Science

`Those who wish to develop skill in analyzing military operations will find this book offers an excellent way to begin.Those who fancy themselves as experts will do well to gain one more approach in their efforts to make sense ou of the chaos of war.' - Military Review

`...all Ministers of Defence should read this book.' - The RUSI Journal

`Those who wish to develop skill in analyzing military operations will find this book offers an excellent way to begin.' - Military Review

`... the book is an absorbing examination of whether or not war is the most appropriate means for solving international disputes. ... convincingly argued in such a short space.' - The Wishstream: Journal of Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

`Admirably clear and well-structured' - NOD and Conversion