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  Law of land warfare - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Law of Land Warfare is that part of the Laws of War applicable to the conduct of warfare on land and to relationships between belligerents and neutral States.
The conduct of armed hostilities on land is regulated by the law of land warfare which is both written and unwritten.
Land warfare: An exposition of the laws and usages of war on land, for the guidance of officers of His Majesty's Army
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /law_of_land_warfare.htm   (413 words)

 Asymmetric warfare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Asymmetric warfare is a military term describing warfare in which the two belligerents are mismatched in their military capabilities or their accustomed methods of engagement.
Usually in warfare at the start of the conflict, the belligerents deploy forces of a similar type and the outcome of the war can be determined by the quality and quantity of the opposing forces.
Similarly, laws of warfare prohibit combatants from using civilian settlements, populations or facilities as military bases, but when an inferior power uses this tactic, it depends on the superior power respecting the law that they are violating, and not attacking that civilian target.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Asymmetric_warfare   (2181 words)

 Land Warrior
Land Warrior integrates small arms with high-tech equipment enabling ground forces to deploy, fight and win on the battlefields of the 21st century.
Land Warrior came about in 1991 when an Army study group recommended the service look at the soldier as a complete weapon system.
The Army plans to test the Land Warrior system with a platoon from the 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Ky. Later, a battalion-sized test is planned.
www.fas.org /man/dod-101/sys/land/land-warrior.htm   (1541 words)

 combatindex.com - Law of Land Warfare
The purpose of this Manual is to provide authoritative guidance to military personnel on the customary and treaty law applicable to the conduct of warfare on land and to relationships between belligerents and neutral States.
Treaties governing land warfare are applicable to various forms of war and armed conflict as provided by their terms.
As the customary law of war applies to cases of international armed conflict and to the forcible occupation of enemy territory generally as well as to declared war in its strict sense, a declaration of war is not an essential condition of the application of this body of law.
www.combatindex.com /law_of_land_warfare_ch01.html   (3278 words)

 Ancient Greek warfare
Modified by Philip II and mainly by Alexander the Great after the Macedonians conquered Greece, this new age of warfare lasted until the rise of the Roman Empire, when new tactics and the legion formation became the general methods of battle.
The new developments in land warfare only encouraged individuals to attempt an overthrow of the current aristocratic or kingly leader in their respective polieis.
By the end of the 6th century BC almost every polis had been permanently decided as either an oligarchy or a democracy, and so the men of a polis became the army of that polis, not the army of a given tyrant who sought after power.
lala.essortment.com /ancientgreekwa_rwea.htm   (2485 words)

 Information Technologies and the Future of Land Warfare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It should be noted that this report is about the effects of the information technologies upon future land warfare rather than about "information warfare" per se.
The workshop participants generally agreed that the nature of conflict is changing not so much because of technological changes in the means of warfare as because of technical, demographic, and geopolitical shifts of power.
One of the more intriguing observations in the workshop was that warfare in the information era has come to resemble improvisational theater on a world stage, where major policy shifts can result from a single good or bad scene.
www.rand.org /publications/MR/MR560.html   (1092 words)

 Army: future of land warfare: An opinion, The   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
None of this is to denigrate or belittle the contributions of airpower to the conduct of war.
None of the land campaigns could have been conducted as successfully, as rapidly or effectively without the air operations that delivered firepower, acquired intelligence, assured mobility and delivered logistic support.
Terrorism, unconventional warfare, guerrillas and asymmetrical attacks have become the forms of modem war, and coping with that realization is the responsibility of our military establishment.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3723/is_200206/ai_n9124799   (1454 words)

 The United States Needs to Exp1oit Its Air Power Advantage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Indeed, many naval warfare experts were surprised by the fact that aircraft rather than battleships were the primary means we used for defeating Japan's navy.
Because heavy land forces were slow to arrive in the Middle East and because our political and military leaders feared that land combat would claim many casualties, air power began the attack on Iraq while coalition land forces remained on the defensive.
Once the coalition's land offensive began, our military leaders could have continued to use their superior situation awareness to control friendly land maneuver in a way that enhanced the ability of our air power to defeat the Iraqi army.
www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil /airchronicles/apj/bingham.html   (4074 words)

 Guild of Wargamers and Roleplayers Games   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Warfare in the Age of Discovery (Land warfare from 1450 to 1700)
Warfare in the Age of Reason (18th-century land warfare)
In the Age of Bismarck and Napoleon III (mid-19th century land warfare)
www.stuorg.iastate.edu /gowar/Games.html   (57 words)

 GI -- World War II Commemoration
The landing craft were of two basic types: (1) ships and boats that had the ability to beach without swamping, and also to withdraw; and (2) amphibians.
Two models were employed: the personnel carrier, LVT (landing vehicle, tracked), with a ramp in the rear, which allowed troops to debark quickly under some cover; and the LVT (A), or armored amphibian, which was actually an amphibious tank.
Insofar as future warfare was concerned, the most important naval developments of World War II may have occurred in the North Atlantic, where the struggle for survival of Great Britain was won before the United States offensive in the Pacific began.
www.grolier.com /wwii/wwii_12.html   (3913 words)

 Truth for Today: the Holy Spirit - Pentecost
It's "The Land and the Warfare", because conflict was the immediate experience of the children of Israel when they entered Canaan.
For Christians, "a land flowing with milk and honey" is one of the illustrations of the spiritual blessings in the heavenly places in Christ, which Paul states, in Ephesians chapter 1 verse 3, is a reason for praising God.
The warfare of the children of Israel had to do with fighting the inhabitants of Canaan, gaining victories, dispossessing them, and taking over their lands, towns and cities.
www.crosswinds.net /~a1a1/journey4.html   (2403 words)

 The Laws of Land Warfare: The Privileged Guerrilla And The Deprived Soldier
Such is the case with the majority of international law, especially with regard to the rules of land warfare.
Laws of Land Warfare The laws or rules which govern the conduct of societies or individuals in warfare are certainly not unique to modern man.
The second catalyst was the rapid technological advancenent in the weaponry of warfare which created the potential for the indiscriminate mass slaughter of both combatants and innocent civilians.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/library/report/1984/WJL.htm   (4600 words)

 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net
The '''Law of Land Warfare''' is that part of the Laws of war Laws of War applicable to the conduct of warfare on land and to relationships between belligerents and Neutral country neutral States.
It is inspired by the desire to diminish the evils of war by: *Protecting both combatants and noncombatants from unnecessary suffering; *Safeguarding certain fundamental human rights of persons who fall into the hands of the enemy, particularly prisoners of war, the wounded and sick, and civilians; and *Facilitating the restoration of peace.
Lawmaking treaties may be compared with legislation legislative enactments in the national law of the United States and the customary law of war with the unwritten Anglo-American common law.
www.mauspfeil.net /Law_of_land_warfare.html   (392 words)

 Achtung-Panzer!: The Development of Tank Warfare - Heinz Guderian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Guderian's treatise on the importance of tank development, and on modern mechanized technology, shows exactly why the Germans dominated land warfare in the early stage of the fighting.
By an outstanding soldier of independent mind, it pushed forward the evolution of land warfare and was directly responsible for German armoured supremacy in the early years of the Second World War.
Published in 1937, the result of 15 years of careful study since his days on the German General Staff in the First World War, Guderian's book argued, quite clearly, how vital the proper use of tanks and supporting armoured vehicles would be in the conduct of a future war.
www.bookfinder.us /review0/0304352853.html   (216 words)

 Land Warfare Hall, Royal Anglian Regimental Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Land Warfare Hall houses the IWM collection of land warfare vehicles within 3800 square metres of exhibition space constructed with an earth floor.
A series of tableaux, protected by barriers which appear natural in each scenario, use vehicles and other exhibits to interpret key points in military history since 1900.
We also designed The Forgotten War exhibition and The Royal Anglian Regiment Museum which are both situated in The Land Warfare Hall.
home.btconnect.com /ridgewaydesign/02/landwarfare.html   (73 words)

 Maneuver Warfare Enhanced With Land Mine Warfare
Existing mine and countermine warfare doctrine is a simple concept with only the imagination limiting the application of the idea.
Even today, mine warfare in the offense is a neglected technique that must be further exploited.
If the aim of maneuver warfare is to shatter the enemy's cohesion, the immediate object toward that end is to create a situation in which he cannot function.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/library/report/1991/BSF.htm   (3884 words)

 Some Cautionary Thoughts on Information Warfare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The more radical and speculative view is that information warfare is becoming an alternative to more traditional forms of war, a theory that would therefore discard much of the information-based weaponry of the first interpretation.
What is so disturbing about information warfare and the RMA is that some of its adherents have done precisely what Cohen and Gooch properly warn against.
In a speech to National Defense University on 3 May 1994, Rep Gingrich argued that Clausewitz is outdated because he is tied to the concepts of Napoleonic warfare, while omitting the fact that Sun Tzu came from a society that has no relation to us in any way, shape, or form.
www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil /airchronicles/apj/dinardo.html   (6502 words)

 US Navy CONOPS for Surface Combatant Land Attack Warfare - www.ezboard.com
These are Admiral Mullen’s letter of guidance for the development of Land Attack Warfare (September, 2000), and the Capstone Agreement which describes how the CONOPS document is to be maintained and periodically updated.
This process emphasizes an effects-based approach to warfare that is focused on achieving the commander’s objectives by all available means with the least risk, time, and expenditure of resources.
This memorandum describes, in general terms, the capabilities that surface combatants will require to conduct land attack warfare operations, and it sets out a general philosophical approach as to how these capabilities are to be developed and implemented.
p074.ezboard.com /fhistorypoliticsandcurrentaffairs68862frm22.showMessage?topicID=6.topic   (935 words)

 Amazon.ca: Books: Future Armies, Future Challenges: Land Warfare in the Information Age   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Contributions from some of the world's leading strategic thinkers on land warfare are collected in the work.
The operational, strategic, and ethical conundrums that soldiers, their commanders, and the societies they serve will have to wrestle with in the future are analyzed by the experts, paying close attention to the impact of the information age.
Topics such as urban warfare, coalition operations, the revolution in military affairs, asymmetric warfare, close combat, peacekeeping, military training and recruiting, and the challenges posed by terrorism are addressed.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/1865086266/ref=nosim/bookssites05-20   (234 words)

 Allen and Unwin - Military Books HQ - Extracts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The war in Iraq has demonstrated that land warfare in the Information Age is infinitely more complex than in the past.
Armies are being committed to a broad spectrum of land operations that range from humanitarian relief to full-scale warfare.
The expert analyses by some of the world s leading strategic thinkers on land warfare examine the operational, strategic and ethical conundrums that soldiers, their commanders and the societies they serve will have to wrestle with in the future.
www.allenandunwin.com /military/product.asp?ISBN=1865086266   (328 words)

 Présentation - Hague Convention IV 1907
One of the purposes for which the First Hague Peace Conference of 1899 was convened was "the revision of the declaration concerning the laws and customs of war elaborated in 1874 by the Conference of Brussels, and not yet ratified" (Russian circular note of 30 December 1898).
The Conference of 1899 succeeded in adopting a Convention on land warfare to which Regulations are annexed.
The provisions of the two Conventions on land warfare, like most of the substantive provisions of the Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907, are considered as embodying rules of customary international law.
www.icrc.org /ihl.nsf/73cb71d18dc4372741256739003e6372/4d47f92df3966a7ec12563cd002d6788?OpenDocument   (406 words)

 Law Of Land Warfare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
well known and recognize existing court precedents as the law of the land.
a rival superpower in a faraway land during the...
Question every order, and base those questions on the Geneva Conventions and the Law of Land Warfare.
www.wikiverse.org /law-of-land-warfare   (462 words)

 Parameters: Yellow Smoke: the Future of Land Warfare for America's Military - Book Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Scales sets out to define the environment of limited warfare, identify some lessons and insights, and draw on these to suggest how the United States may fight land warfare in the future.
Simply put, General Scales' thesis is that the United States is developing a style of warfare based on substituting firepower for manpower and then he stipulates how that development will continue in the future.
To illustrate the case for his vision of future warfare, he posits a Serbian invasion of Kosovo in 2020 that is ultimately defeated by a lighter, more lethal ground force deployed rapidly into the theater and supported by closely integrated joint forces.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0IBR/is_1_34/ai_115566405   (1096 words)

 The Avalon Project - Laws of War : Laws and Customs of War on Land (Hague II); July 29, 1899
In view of the High Contracting Parties, these provisions, the wording of which has been inspired by the desire to diminish the evils of war so far as military necessities permit, are destined to serve as general rules of conduct for belligerents in their relations with each other and with populations.
The High Contracting Parties shall issue instructions to their armed land forces, which shall be in conformity with the "Regulations respecting the Laws and Customs of War on Land" annexed to the present Convention.
Done at the Hague the 29th July 1899, in a single copy, which shall be kept in the archives of the Netherland Government, and copies of which, duly certified, shall be delivered to the Contracting Powers through the diplomatic channel.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/lawofwar/hague02.htm   (3432 words)

 A New Model For Land Warfare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
For the most part, these views are derived from a careful study of guerrilla warfare, blitzkrieg tactics, air power doctrine, and concepts for mobile warfare in a fluid environment.
The advent of tactical air power changed this traditional land warfare model very little because aerial weapon systems were viewed by U.S. Army doctrine writers as just another form of flexible firepower with which to support ground forces.
Although current doctrine now refers to land warfare as the "joint air-land battle," and combat power is considered to be an amalgam of firepower and maneuver, the dominant-subordinate relationship between maneuver forces and supporting firepower remains essentially the same.
www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil /airchronicles/aureview/1980/nov-dec/fairweather.html   (4669 words)

 Military unit flags (Finland)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Finnish Defence Forces made some changes to its structure and therefore two new units were created: International Centre, which trains UN peacekeepers, and Land Warfare School, which is part of Finnish Military Academy.
Land Warfare School's flag has the Finnish lion in yellow and white on dark green background with a yellow rose in the upper hoist corner.
Another photo of the Land Warfare School's flag: photo.
www.flagspot.net /flags/fi^unit.html   (185 words)

 Airshow's Land Warfare Connection
Major displays of land warfare equipment and ground defence technology will, for the first time, be an important part of the Australian International Airshow.
Among the equipment on display will be a collection of armoured vehicles and troop carriers, artillery pieces, rocket and missile launchers and even a huge, glass-fronted dive tank (complete with Navy frogmen).
Airshow CEO Ian Honnery describes the broadening of the event’s philosophy to include land warfare assets as “a natural progression”.
www.aviationnews.com.au /News_Stories/Archived_Stories/0409716-LandWarfare.htm   (192 words)

This is in part because it insists on restricting its considerations of Army's future operational milieu to war and its future role to fighting or preparing to fight wars.
As such, LWD1 provides a highly selective and, I would suggest, inadequate conceptual framework for considering the roles of land forces and the land component of military power in the twenty-first century.
Indeed, is Army's 'hierarchy of doctrine' seen to be the last word on the subject of land warfare and all that is necessary for planning appropriate force structures or designing interesting and informative curricula for military education and training?
pandora.nla.gov.au /pan/33932/20030320/idun.itsc.adfa.edu.au/ADSC/wp58/wp58doctrine.html   (985 words)

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