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"Twenty-Eight Articles": Fundamentals of Company-Level Counterinsurgency

@article{Kilcullen2006TwentyEightAF,
  title={"Twenty-Eight Articles": Fundamentals of Company-Level Counterinsurgency},
  author={David J. Kilcullen},
  journal={Military review},
  year={2006},
  volume={86},
  pages={103}
}
"28 Articles" originally came to Military Review as a submission for the Combined Arms Center Commanding General's Special Topics Writing Competition ("Countering Insurgency"). Pressed to publish the piece immediately because it could help Soldiers in the field, LTC Kilcullen graciously agreed and pulled his essay from the writing contest. It would certainly have been a strong contender for a prize. Your company has just been warned about possible deployment for counterinsurgency operations in… Expand
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