Britain Against Napoleon: The Organization of Victory, 1793–1815

@article{Robson2014BritainAN,
  title={Britain Against Napoleon: The Organization of Victory, 1793–1815},
  author={Tansy Kelly Robson},
  journal={The RUSI Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={103 - 104}
}
it needed to develop better expertise in information operations and specialist intelligence support. In Bougainville in 1997, the dire need to focus on improving deployed land-force logistic and sustainment systems became apparent (p. 130). In East Timor, 1999–2000, the need for increased infantry numbers (p. 145) and improved individual training (p. 164) was realised. Operations in Afghanistan in 2001–02 showed that substantial and sustained improvements to the special forces were necessary… Expand
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