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Les Armes a Feu Portatives de Armees Actuelles et Leurs Munitions

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The Influence of Firearms Upon Tactics, 'Investigations by an Offi...

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Handbook for Active Service : Containing Practical Instructions in...

By: Egbert Ludovickus Viele
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The History and Antiquities of the Fortifications to the City of York,

By: Henry Francis Lockwood, Adolphus H . Cates
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National Defense University National War College Why the Us Must S...

By: Lynne T. Hamilton-Jones

Excerpt: After 11 September 2001, America?s top priority shifted from selective engagement to defending the peace against its enemies, particularly terrorists and tyrants. In its 2002 National Security Strategy (NSS), the Bush administration established a primary objective from which all other objectives seem to originate: Prevent Our Enemies from Threatening Us, Our Allies, and Our Friends with Weapons of Mass Destruction (1). The Bush administration viewed North Korea?...

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By: Colonel David J. Thompson

Excerpt: In October 1956, Mao Tse-tung ordered the start of China?s space program. Four years later, on 5 November 1960, China launched its first rocket, becoming the fourth country, behind Germany, the United States, and the Soviet Union, to enter space. Today China routinely launches space satellites for Western companies, including U.S. corporations, and is increasing its share of the global space launch market. But the Chinese also use the technology and assistance g...

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National Defense University National War College Threat Analysis N...

By: Peter J. Rowan

Excerpt: INTRODUCTION; Joel S. Wit, in his analysis of U.S. North Korean policy, stated that, ?For 50 years, the Democratic People?s Republic of Korea (D.P.R.K) has been the poster child for rogue states.? Whether called a ?rogue state,? a ?state of concern,? or a ?failed state,? North Korea poses no shortage of military threats to the security of United States citizens and U.S. allies. An isolated, Stalinist regime, it possesses a large standing army and conventional we...

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National Defense University National War College Averting a Rush t...

By: Lt Col Elise M. Vander Vennet

Excerpt: In the Fall of 2000, with only months left in office, the Clinton administration rushed to complete a missile agreement with North Korea. Such an agreement, aimed at limiting both indigenous use and missile exports, would clearly have been one of the administration?s most important foreign policy achievements, and could have had far-reaching effects on stability in a region of great economic and security importance to the United States. Yet the negotiations and ...

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Air War College Air University

By: Rex R. Kiziah

Excerpt: In this paper, Lt. Col. Rex R. Kiziah, U.S.A.F., examines current U.S. efforts to cooperatively develop and deploy with Japan and South Korea a theater missile defense (T.M.D.) family of systems (FoS) in Northeast Asia. First, the author summarizes the U.S. security strategy for the East Asia-Pacific region with emphasis on the importance of regional missile defense. Second, he characterizes the ballistic missile capabilities of North Korea and China, which cons...

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National Defense University National War College North Korea and t...

By: Rhonda L. Cornum

Excerpt: INTRODUCTION; While the relationship between the United States and North Korea has been effectively stalled for sixty years, this could be changing. A diplomatic and economic client of the Soviet Empire, North Korea was severely affected by the demise of the Soviet Union in 1991 (1, 2). Set adrift from the Soviet bloc, suffering from almost a decade of famine, North Korea is being forced to alter the way in which it interacts with the rest of the world, or face ...

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National Defense University National War College Responding to the...

By: Nelson Cabot

Excerpt: The United States National Security Strategy has a stated objective to ?? prevent our enemies from threatening us, our allies and our friends with weapons of mass destruction (W.M.D.) (1).? As an adversary for the past 50 years, North Korea has consistently opposed our support of South Korea and Japan, and our presence in Northeast Asia. In the recent past, it has developed, tested and produced ballistic missiles. It has also fielded weapons of mass destruction,...

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Redefining the U.S.-Japan Alliance Tokyo's National Defense Program

By: Patrick M. Cronin

Excerpt: INTRODUCTION; Japan is starting to emerge as a major player in the international security affairs of the post-Cold War era. With the approach of the half-century mark since the conclusion of the Second World War, Japan's postwar generation of leaders appears more confident than their predecessors about their country's potential contribution to global peace and stability. Evidence that Japan may be finding its footing as a great market democracy is extant in the ...

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National Defense University National War College Engaging North Ko...

By: Paul R. Sutphin

Excerpt: This paper outlines strategic considerations regarding U.S. policy with respect to North Korea, and concludes that the current policy being pursued by the Bush Administration is, rightly, wary of North Korean trustworthiness and intentions. The current policy, however, also overestimates the threat to the U.S. homeland posed by the Democratic Peoples? Republic of Korea (D.P.R.K); overestimates the possibility of coercing North Korea into taking positive actions ...

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Iso-Tpo Bridge between Tcp and X. 25

By: J. Onions

Technical Reference Publication

Introduction: This memo specifies a protocol that is used to bridge ISO TP0 packets between X.25 and TCP networks. This technique is useful when interconnecting a DDN IP internet to an X.25 subnetwork. This is not a magic bullet solution to the DDN/ISO interoperability problem. Rather, if one is running higher-layer ISO protocols in both networks (namely ISO TP0), then a TP0 bridge can be used to achieve connectivity.

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America's Munitions 1917-1918

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America's Munitions 1917-1918 : Report of Benedict Crowell, The As...

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At Delhi

By: Fraser, Lovat, 1871

Trap-grease -- Settling the peace terms -- Shipbuilders -- One hundred and fourteen in the shade -- All quiet along the Potomac -- Munitions of war -- Distinguished service -- The peace bells -- Postscript

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The Atomic Bomb Volume 19

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