Operation Enduring Freedom, March 2002-April 2005

Operation Enduring Freedom, March 2002-April 2005
Title:
Operation Enduring Freedom, March 2002-April 2005
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Paperback
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008-029-00558-1
ISBN:
9780160920318
Description

In Operation Enduring Freedom, March 2002-April 2005, authors Brian Neumann, Lisa Mundey, and Jon Mikolashek provide details on the role of the U.S. Army in the critical three-year period following the conclusion of Operation Anaconda in March 2002.

Neumann, Mundey and Mikolashek detail the story of American and international forces working to solidify the initial invasion's crippling of al-Qaeda and removal of the Taliban. In addition, they recount the quest to build a new, democratic Afghan government capable of maintaining internal security and tending to the needs of the Afghan people.

The authors describe the U.S. Army's search for a proper balance between counterterrorism and counterinsurgency operations as the enemy rebuilt his forces from safe havens in Pakistan. Finally, they chronicle the Army's efforts to maintain an effective presence in Afghanistan while juggling the challenges of an indigenous population historically opposed to foreign forces and the decreased resources available after the start of the Iraq war in 2003.

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Audience

This publication would be useful to the military's analysis community, civilian leaders, military commanders and staff officers at all levels, policymakers, members of government and defense agencies/contractors, and members of military-focused committees.  This publication would also be useful to historians and students engaged with historical/political/military studies.

Product Details

Availability Details:
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USA Price:
$4.00
International Price:
$5.60
Publisher:
Defense Dept., Army, Center for Military History
Author:
  • Neumann, Brian F.
Key Phrases:
  • United sttes Army in Afghanistan
  • Afghanistan
  • Military History
  • Army History
Weight:
0.375
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Cover:
Paper
Unit of Issue (US):
1
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
1
Record Creation Date:
07/19/2013
Last Status Update:
08/22/2019
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