5 edition of Airlift capabilities for future U.S. counterinsurgency operations found in the catalog.
Airlift capabilities for future U.S. counterinsurgency operations
Robert C. Owen
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Robert C. Owen, Karl P. Mueller.|
|Contributions||Mueller, Karl P.|
|LC Classifications||U241 .O85 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007009900|
The Strategic Airlift Capability has a lifespan of a minimum of 30 years and its member nations have committed to constant development of the program and its capabilities. According to the Strategic Airlift Capability Memorandum of Understanding, SAC nations have access to 3, annual C flight hours produced by the Heavy Airlift Wing. Expanding Fixed-Wing Aircraft Capability in U.S. Army Aviation Operations--UHL Blackhawk, CHF Chinook, CB, CJ, BCT, Intra-Theater Airlift, Joint Cargo Aircraft (JCA), Ground Force Support Using OverDrive. Airborne Operations [ AC.F] - TAB G. U.S. AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS IN VIETNAM, Until the fall of , the Republic of Vietnam (RVN) had only a very limited capability for airborne operations (one helicopter squadron and two transport squadrons) and no training in the techniques of airmobile operations. Although NATO has made progress in addressing deficiencies in strategic airlift capacity, NATO must further refine a strategic airlift capability to meet current and future alliance needs.
Tactical airlift is a military term for the airborne transportation of supplies and equipment within a theatre of operations (in contrast to strategic airlift). Aircraft which perform this role are referred to as tactical are typically turboprop aircraft, and feature short landing and take-off distances and low-pressure tires allowing operations from small or poorly prepared.
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: Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations (Rand Corporation Monograph) (): Robert C. Owen, Karl P.
Mueller: BooksCited by: 4. Airlift capabilities for future U.S. counterinsurgency operations. [Robert C Owen; Karl P Mueller; Project Air Force (U.S.)] -- Does likely continued U.S.
involvement in counterinsurgencies call for adding specialized aircraft, training, or other resources to the general airlift fleet. In general, existing U.S. airlift forces. The current U.S. military airlift fleet can perform most counterinsurgency airlift missions effectively but is likely to need reinforcement if such operations continue at current levels.
The U.S. military's current general airlift forces are suitable for the majority of counterinsurgency missions, but need substantial reinvestment and some realignment in order to be most by: 4. viii Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S.
Counterinsurgency Operations FID program. These additional capabilities may come in the form of new aircraft, such as small, ﬁxed-wing transports designed for short, rough-ﬁeld operations; unmanned aerial vehicles; satellite-guided pre.
RAND, 31 Jul Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations This monograph examines the role of airlift in counterinsurgency.
It begins by analyzing the strategic, operational, and tactical roles and effects of airlift in counterinsurgency, drawing on counterinsurgency theory, U.S.
military experience, and USAF doctrine. Modernization of the U.S. Airlift Fleet U.S. armed forces are engaged in ongoing counterinsurgency (COIN) operations ranging from the large-scale, high-intensity campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan to many smaller missions that rarely make headlines, helping friendly governments around the world combat internal enemies.
Airlift is essential in modern counterinsurgency strategies. 16Robert C. Owen and Karl P. Mueller, Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations, Rand Corporation,pp.
17Joint Publicationp. 18Background Paper on Mobility Airlift Studies, AF/A5RM, October 2, 19Talking Paper on USAF Intra-Theater Airlif t Force Mix Analysis, AMC/A9, January 2, File Size: 74KB.
Having been a part of the program mentioned in this book from having been picked by a Special Forces Cadre out of the regular ROTC program into a U. Army Counterinsurgency Training Unit inside yet separate from that training received by the rest of the ROTC corps I identify with this book/5(4).
This research brief looks at the role of airlift in U.S. counterinsurgency operations and the types of investment in new airlift assets that may be needed to meet the unique challenges of these operations. Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations. Robert C.
Author: Robert C. Owen, Karl P. Mueller. RAND Corporation's Project Air Force undertakes a number of studies as part of its mandate. A recent example looks at US airlift capabilities and their fit with the needs of counter-insurgency operations. The answers could matter a great deal to programs like the Joint Cargo Aircraft, the.
Leaders at all levels in the Army (and Marines) today would be well served to read and study the pages of U.S. Army Counterinsurgency and Contingency Operations Doctrine This book substantiates the age old maxim that those unfamiliar with the Cited by: Foreword Magazine, Editorâ€™s Notes, August This volume explores the nature of the insurgency in Afghanistan, the key challenges and successes of the U.S.-led counterinsurgency campaign, and.
Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations Counterinsurgency Operations May Require Modernization of the U.S. Airlift Fleet About RAND Reports. Since that time, intertheater airlift has been responsible for the transportation of nearly 9 mil-lion passengers, 3 million tons of cargo, and almostsorties in U.S.
Central Command. This massive mobility effort has been instrumental in recent U.S. successes in Iraq and will remain a fun-damental advantage for operations in Size: KB. Book Review published on: Leo Daugherty and Rhonda Smith-Daugherty, authors of Counterinsurgency and the United States Marine Corps: Volume 1, The First Counterinsurgency Era,continue their chronological examination of U.S.
Marine Corps counterinsurgency operations and activities from to in volume 2. The. Counterinsurgency and the Future of NATO John Nagl and Richard Weitz1 The Transatlantic Paper Series is a product of The Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ project on “The Future of the Transatlantic Alliance in a Changing Strategic Environment.” The project was made possible by generous funding from the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the McCormick.
United States Air Force Counterinsurgency Operations Capabilities, the Ground Dimension: Are We on the Right Glide Slope. [Paul J. Kasuda] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This paper will first provide a brief overview of COIN operations and show how Airmen are engaged in COIN operations on the ground. Discussions in this area will highlight how Airmen operate in the non. U.S. policy will emphasize Gulf security, in collaboration with Gulf Cooperation Council countries when appropriate, to prevent Iran's development of a nuclear weapon capability and counter its destabilizing policies.
The U.S. will stand up for Israel's security and a comprehensive Middle East peace. combatant commanders. The foundational components of air mobility operations— airlift, air refueling, air mobility support, and aeromedical evacuation—work with other combat forces to achieve national and joint force commander objectives.
Future air mobility operations in a contested environment against a peer adversary requires the airFile Size: 1MB.
airlift operations are logistical, moving people and cargos between developed bases. Movements and support of combat-ready ground and air units within battle zones are also common features of intratheater airlift operations.
De-pending on the circumstances and the capabilities of supported units, theater. Counterinsurgency (COIN) continues to be a controversial subject among military leaders. Critics argue that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have made the U.S. military, particularly the Army, "COIN-centric." They maintain that equipping U.S.
forces to combat insurgency has eroded their conventional war fighting capabilities. Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations Counterinsurgency Operations May Require Modernization of the U.S. Airlift Fleet Air Power in the New Counterinsurgency Era: The Strategic Importance of USAF Advisory and Assistance Missions Advising the Afghan air force is an important part of the counterinsurgency mission.
The airlift capability allows the Afghan government to deliver services across a country characterized by rugged terrain and populated by people who cannot be served by any means as effectively as by airlift.
worked for the U.S. Air Force as a historian for approximately three years before joining the U.S. Army Center of Military History in He has written several articles, pamphlets, and monographs; a book on the rearmament of West Germany; and U.S.
Army Counterinsurgency and Contingency Operations Doctrine, –, the companion. In recent counterinsurgency operations, Western military forces have been slow to adapt, and slow to adopt lessons learned in comparable prior conflicts.
By undertaking a detailed study of two such conflicts – the Algerian Revolution ofand the Dhofar Rebellion of – six overarching lessons for success and failure in. Douglas S. Blaufarb, The Counterinsurgency Era: U.S. Doctrine and Performance, to the Present, (NY: Free Press, ), p.
The 55 advisor limit applied to those servicemen on a one-year tour in El Salvador. By using temporary additional duty, the U.S. effort reached a peak of about advisors. 12Cited by: 3. One might even think this is a new role for the U.S. military. This book attempts to fill a historical gap by addressing humanitarian airlift missions as an important part of Air Force heritage.
Rarely acting alone in conducting humanitarian relief efforts, the U.S. Air Force has served with the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast : Daniel L Haulman, Air Force Historical Research Agency.
The Strategic Airlift Capability (SAC) is a multinational initiative that provides its participating nations assured access to military airlift capability to address the growing needs for both strategic airlifts and tactical airlifts. SAC, established inis an independent, multinational program that provides the capability of transporting equipment and personnel over long distances to.
U.S. Army Counterinsurgency and Contingency Operations Doctrine,is the second installment in the two-volume study on the U.S. Army's experience in "small war" situations and the development of low-intensity conflict doctrine.
As the U.S. government wrestles with tough questions on how to bring peace and stability to countries torn /5(4). Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations Robert C.
Owen and Karl P. Mueller. RAND, 31 July .pdf file). Future Need for VTOL/STOL Aircraft Defense Science Board Task Force, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, July .pdf file).
Command in Air War: Centralized Vs. The VDV also operates in a more conventional airlift capacity for reinforcement and counterinsurgency operations, an important contingency given.
These aircraft must be possessed by both the USAF GPFs and Special Operations Forces (SOFs). Finally, U.S. forces must assist the host nation air force by developing their capabilities and capacity to conduct airlift operations in support of their ground forces conducting future counterinsurgency operations.
Airlift Capabilities for Future U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations Robert C. Owen and Karl P. Mueller. RAND, 31 July .pdf file). F Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Program: Background, Status and Issues Christopher Bolkcom.
Congressional Research Service, updated 19 July .pdf file). Airborne Laser (ABL): Issues for Congress. Population-centric counterinsurgency (COIN) has become the American Army's new way of war. The principles and ideas that emerged out of the Army's counterinsurgency field manual (FM), FM UntilEurope had zero strategic airlift capacity, and only a limited number of smaller, shorter-range tactical airlifters, such as the Transall C and Lockheed C Hercules.
nato created the Strategic Airlift Interim Solution (sais) in and the Strategic Airlift Capability. A counter-insurgency or counterinsurgency (COIN) is defined by the United States Department of State as "comprehensive civilian and military efforts taken to simultaneously defeat and contain insurgency and address its root causes".
An insurgency is a rebellion against a constituted authority when those taking part in the rebellion are not recognized as belligerents.
Text: Counterinsurgency (COIN) can be defined as government actions to counter the “organized use of subversion and violence to seize, nullify, or challenge political control of a region”. U.S. COIN in Laos had a broad focus to include: building the capacity of the Forces Armées du Royaume (FAR) – the Lao Royal Armed Forces, training a thousands-strong Hmong paramilitary force.
Operation Nickel Grass was a strategic airlift operation conducted by the United States to deliver weapons and supplies to Israel during the Yom Kippur a series of events that took place over 32 days, the U.S.
Air Force's Military Airlift Command ship tons of tanks, artillery, ammunition, and supplies in C Starlifter and C-5 Galaxy transport aircraft between A COUNTERINSURGENCY CAMPAIGN PLAN CONCEPT: THE GALULA COMPASS by Major Stephen Vrooman, US Army, 50 pages.
This monograph describes the nature and dynamics of insurgency and counterinsurgency (COIN) operations citing David Galula’s theory. In his book, Counterinsurgency Cited by: 2. An Assessment of Air Force Advising Concepts in Small Wars, “Paper Falcons” Riley Murray. This article is published as part of the Small Wars Journal and Divergent Options Writing Contest which ran from March 1, to More information about the writing contest can be found here.
Andrew Krepinevich’s “Army Concept” provides a useful model for understanding the mindset. JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. (AFNS) -- Approximately Airmen from the th Air Base Wing, th Airlift Wing and th Airlift Wing teamed up for a total force rapid mobility exercise Nov.The exercise focused on total force readiness, mobilization, base defense and quick-response airlift capabilities, according to Col.
Rockie Wilson, th Mission Support Group .Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Karl P Mueller books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.Counterinsurgency, on the other hand, is defined as “military, paramilitary, political, economic, psychological, and civic actions taken by a government to defeat insurgency,” as stated by the.