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America's last battles: Organizing brigades to win the peace lessons from East Timor, Afghanistan, and Iraq

@inproceedings{Basso2004AmericasLB,
  title={America's last battles: Organizing brigades to win the peace lessons from East Timor, Afghanistan, and Iraq},
  author={Jack Basso},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract : This study strives to determine the most effective way to organize and train a military force at the brigade level and below to build peace during contested peace operations. The thesis investigates three organizational models for military forces. In the East Timor case, the New Zealand Defense Force employs their unit's internal civil affairs teams to focus a battalion's resources on village-level security, governance, and economy simultaneously. In the Afghanistan case, the U.S… Expand
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