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Название: Toward Combined Arms Warfare: A Survey of 20th Century Tactics, Doctrine and Organization
Серия: CSI Research Survey No. 1
Автор: Captain Jonathan M. House
Издательство: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
Размер: 27 Мб
Для сайта: eKnigi.org
The concept of "Combined Arms" has existed for centuries, but the nature of the combination and the organizational level at which it occurred have varied greatly. Prior to the seventeenth century, for example, there was often no need to combine infantry, artillery, and cavalry at the small-unit level. Each branch served a specific function on the battlefield, and only the senior commanders present needed to coordinate the effects of the different arms. In succeeding centuries, the general trend has been to combine the arms at progressively lower levels of organization. The concern of commanders has gone from coordinating the separate actions of separate arms, to gaining greater cooperation between them, and finally to combining their actions to maximize the effect of their various properties.