Archivo de la categoría 'Defense of Military Positions'

Sep30

THE MILITARY SURPRISE: concepts, effects, realization and types.

The common or general tactical surprise is that which is normally or frequently used and that is known and expected. There is one case we take as example, which is to ambush or hostilize enemy forces who come to help or rescue a group of their own immobilized and/or besieged by us. This attack is […]

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Publicado en: CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COMMANDS COMBAT AVAILABILITY OF THE FORCES COMBINED ARMS UNITS IN COMBAT COMMAND'S CUALITIES CORRECT SENSE OF THE COMMAND Defense of Military Positions EAST VS WEST WARFARE GROUND MILITARY TRANSITABILITY PLANNING THE RECEIVED MISSION Principles of the Operational Strategy Second World War TACTICS THE EASTERN FRONT IN SECOND WORLD WAR. THE EXPOSED OR NEGLECTED FLANKS IN THE ENEMY DEPLOYMENT THE FUNCTIONAL OR POSITIONAL DISLOCATION OF THE ENEMY THE INDUCED SHOCK IN THE ENEMY THE SURPRISE THE TACTICAL SPEED THE VULNERABILITIES OF THE ENEMY

Jul15

THE RECONNAISSANCE AND THE INTELLIGENCE: A MILITARY OPERATIONAL SYSTEM. 2nd Part.

(FINAL) The near future of tactical reconnaissance. Major tactical reconnaissance weapons, tanks and low level flying aircraft tend to be vulnerable to modern infantry antiaircraft and antitank missiles. They appeared on the battlefield in the 1970s and have become more effective since then. Since the mid 1990s, these rockets have been incorporating various technologies such […]

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Publicado en: COMBAT READINESS COMBINED ARMS UNITS IN COMBAT COMMAND'S CUALITIES CORRECT SENSE OF THE COMMAND Counterinsurgency Operations Defense of Military Positions GROUND MILITARY TRANSITABILITY Operational Strategy Principles of the Operational Strategy Principles of the War SMALL MILITARY UNITS Strategy TACTICS THE COMBAT THE GATHERING OF INFORMATION. THE RECONNOISSANCE BY DRONES THE VULNERABILITIES OF THE ENEMY TRANSITABILITY OR GROUND ONGOING WARFARE IN THE INFORMATION AGE.


Jun30

THE RECONNAISSANCE AND THE INTELLIGENCE: A MILITARY OPERATIONAL SYSTEM.

The reconnaissance generates information of the different operational levels of military action. This must be turned into intelligence. That is the reasonably trustworthy and sufficient knowledge of the enemy, his intentions and capacities and the fighting possibilities and transitability of fields, etc. To enable us to take a “founded resolution”, based on the use of […]

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Publicado en: COMBAT READINESS COMBINED ARMS UNITS IN COMBAT COMMAND'S CUALITIES CORRECT SENSE OF THE COMMAND Counterinsurgency Operations Defense of Military Positions GROUND MILITARY TRANSITABILITY Operational Strategy Principles of the Operational Strategy Principles of the War SMALL MILITARY UNITS Strategy TACTICS THE COMBAT THE GATHERING OF INFORMATION. THE RECONNOISSANCE BY DRONES THE VULNERABILITIES OF THE ENEMY TRANSITABILITY OR GROUND ONGOING WARFARE IN THE INFORMATION AGE.

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Modern Allied Urban Warfare against the Insurgency.

Introduction. The American and European troops are prepared to fight against a regular military enemy provided with a masses army. Or even more modern, of the IIIrd generation, with more elaborated technologically means and better trained men, to support the lonelinesses and tensions of the awaited current battlefields. Definitively, his «way», his action space, is […]

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Publicado en: al-Qaeda Counterinsurgency Operations COUNTERINSURGENCY WARFARE Defense of Military Positions Defense of the Civil Populations. GEOGRAPHY AND OPERATIONS Iraq Middle East MILITARY MOTIVATION Modern Warfare Operational Strategy SHIITES VS. SUNNIS SMALL MILITARY UNITS SOUTHWEST OF ASIA SYRIA TACTICS


Dic2

THE TACTICAL FACTORS AND THE MILITARY SURPRISE.

THE TACTICAL FACTORS METT-TC OF THE RECEIVED MISSION FROM THE DIRECT COMMAND. The Mission (M) determines the employ of the surprise, because it defines the «tactical environment«, over the merely spatial component, in which this one can apply and where it will be developed. The fulfillment of the received mission will determine decisively the possibilities […]

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Publicado en: COMBINED ARMS UNITS IN COMBAT Defense of Military Positions Exposed or neglected flanks in the enemy deployment GEOGRAPHY AND OPERATIONS PLANNING THE RECEIVED MISSION SMALL MILITARY UNITS TACTICAL ECONOMY OF MEANS THE COMBAT THE FUNCTIONAL OR POSITIONAL DISLOCATION OF THE ENEMY THE INDUCED SHOCK IN THE ENEMY THE SURPRISE THE TACTICAL SPEED THE VULNERABILITIES OF THE ENEMY TRANSITABILITY OR GROUND ONGOING

Sep1

The Ambushes against military Patrols and Units.

Introduction. One of the principal tasks of the military men of the International Forces in Support of the Security, deployed in the Southwest of Asia, in the countries menaced by the islamist terrorism, is the motorized patrolling by the dusty ways that interlace the zone of influence of their barracks. These areas almost lacks Tarmac […]

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Publicado en: Afghan Taliban Al-Qaida COMMAND'S CUALITIES CORRECT SENSE OF THE COMMAND COUNTERINSURGENCY WARFARE Defense of Military Positions Guerrilla Warfare Iraq ISLAMIC RADICAL IDEOLOGIES MILITARY MOTIVATION Principles of the War SOUTHWEST OF ASIA SYRIA TACTICS




 

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Enrique Alonso nació en La Habana. Tras el establecimiento del régimen comunista se trasladó a España, licenciándose en Ciencias Químicas en la Universidad de Oviedo.

Es titulado por la Universidad Complutense en Química y Tecnología del Petroleo (dos cursos) y en Logística por la Cámara de Comercio de Madrid (un curso). Ha realizado su labor profesional durante más de 30 años en REPSOL y empresas anteriores, absorbidas posteriormente. Su trabajo se centró en la investigación de lubricantes (Centro de Investigación de la calle Embajadores), el área comercial y la logística de lubricantes (unas 100 mil Tm. al año de productos a granel y envasados, con un presupuesto total de unos 1000 millones de ptas).

Ha sido colaborador en la década de los 80, del diario Pueblo y, a través de la agencia EFE, de diversos diarios españoles e hispanoamericanos en temas de política internacional y militares.

Es autor de la novela “Operación Elefante”, publicada en 1982, que trata minuciosa y extensamente de las operaciones y tácticas de las guerrillas y contraguerrillas en la Angola socialista prosoviética de Agostinho Neto, apoyada desde 1975 por tropas cubanas. 

En 2005 publicó en inglés el ensayo “On the Nature of War”, que es una teoría de la guerra basada en el desarrollo y la aplicación práctica de 10 “sistemas operativos”.

Actualmente es colaborador permanente de la revista española War Heat International.

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