This book outlines how to reorganize the U.S. Army into a fully 2 and 3-Dimensional maneuver capable, ground force with terrain-agile, armored fighting vehicles sized to rapidly deploy by fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft to the scene of world conflicts and strike at the heart of freedom, s enemies. The plan to build the Army into Air-Mech-Strike Forces, exploiting emerging information-age technologies, as well as America, s supremacy in aircraft and helicopter delivery systems---at the lowest cost to the taxpayers, is described in detail. These Army warfighting organizations, using existing and some newly purchased equipment, will shape the battlefield to America, s advantage, preserving the peace before it is lost; if not, then winning fights that must be fought quickly. The dangerous world we live in moves by the speed of the AIR, and the 21st Century U.S. Army 2D/3D combat team will dominate this medium by Air-Mech-Strike!experience to handle a flesh and blood mount, since now only a few weeks and months to establish a minimal ATV riding capability ... of horse breeds like Quarter Horse, Morgan and Appaloosa, military and civilian ATV operators aquot;rideaquot; Kawasaki, Honda and Polaris. ... and U.S. Army Special Forces (SF) uses small ATVs as Field Manual 31-23 describes ATV employment, battle drills, driver training, anbsp;...
|Author||:||David L. Grange, Huba Wass de Czege, Charles A. Jarnot, Richard D. Liebert, Michael L. Sparks|
|Publisher||:||Turner Publishing Company - 2002-01-01|