Lessons from Operation Iraqi Freedom

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United States. -- Air Force -- Supplies and stores, Iraq War, 2003- -- Case studies, Airlift, Military -- United States, Deployment (Stra
StatementKristin F. Lynch ... [et al.]
GenreCase studies
SeriesSupporting air and space expeditionary forces
ContributionsLynch, Kristin
LC ClassificationsUG1123 .L47 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxlix, 121 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17148649M
ISBN 100833036777
LC Control Number2004024811

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Due to Pages: Supporting Air and Space Expeditionary Forces: Lessons from Operation Iraqi Freedom presents an analysis of combat support experiences associated with Operation Iraqi Freedom, the war in Iraq, and compares these experiences with those associated with JTF NA, in Serbia, and the first days of OEF.

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For those of us in the Operation IRAQI FREEDOM Study Group (OIF-SG), this translated into three separate products. A “quick look” lessons-learned briefing produced in July, less than 30 days after returning from the theater.

On Point—this work—is the second product and was largely completed by mid-August Cited by: Cover: A year after Iraqi Freedom began, Army logisticians are analyzing the lessons of the operation. The article beginning on page 3 summarizes the conclusions reached at an Iraqi Freedom distribution rock drill conducted at Fort Lee, Virginia.

Meanwhile, the war continues, and reports on the conflict can be found on pa 20, 23, 28, 34, and File Size: 9MB. In theory, one option would be establishing permanent U.S. military bases in Iraqi, to support broader U.S.

policy in the region, possibly on the model of those in Japan, South Korea, Germany and Italy. Th is option does not appear to enjoy support from the Administration or from the Govern ment of Size: KB. Follow-Up Program Gulf War, Bosnia, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn.

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Discussion: Conference Calls occurred two times per day throughout the most of the deployment for Operation Iraqi Freedom but were eventually cut down to 1. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Abrams Lessons Learned Operation Iraqi Freedom Abrams Lessons Learned Operation Iraqi Freedom Topics Lessons Learned Operation Iraqi Freedom Collection opensource Language English.

20 March marked the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom with preemptive airstrikes on Saddam Hussein’s Presidential Palace and military targets followed by approximat “boots on the ground” w Navy personnel on ships in the region (Belasco).

OIF was authorized when Iraq was found to be in breach of U.N. Security Council. the Green Book Series. The books remain an essential part of the military history of WWII. The history of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) extends beyond a de-cade now. The Army has published several books on the early operational history of OIF, including On Point I and On Point II, which describe the first 18 months of the Size: 1MB.

British Royal Marines launch Operation James, the single largest British operation of the war, in an effort to secure Basra. Read analysis on the lessons learned from Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Perspectives Report: Saddam’s Senior Leadership on Operation Iraqi Freedom, and The Mother of all Battles: Saddam Hussein’s Strategic Plan for the Persian Gulf War. Research Director: Williamson Murray is professor emeritus at The Ohio State University and senior fellow at IDA.

He is the author of numerous books and Size: 2MB. Allied Participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom highlights a number of key aspects of allied support to the U.S.-led op-eration. The presence of ground forces from so many coalition partners allowed U.S.

combat forces to focus their generally su - perior capabilities in more contested sections of the country. Work-Life Lessons from Operation Iraqi Freedom Shelley MacDermid. Our Longest War • Over 3 million deployments • Over 2 million deployed • Over 6, killed • O serious physical injuries • Overpsychological injuries • A new generation of trauma- exposed FAMILIES.

On Point: The United States Army in Operation Iraqi Freedom Center for Army Lessons Learned 26 May -- "On Point is a study of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF) as soon after the fact as feasible. This study reports the experience of the plastic surgery department at Naval Medical Center San Diego in treating wounds resulting from combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Introduction of new technology and modification of medical treatments have emerged to provide greater success in preserving life and limb.

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forces consisted of a combination of doctrinal and ad hoc constructs that worked reasonably well throughout Operation IRAQI by: 1. Army University Press presents part one of the OIF series, “OIF: The Drive to Baghdad.” This documentary addresses the opening stages of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM in March and Apriland includes lessons from current U.S.

Army doctrine. At 50 minutes in length, this film is full of historical footage and photographs, virtual terrain, animated maps.

Before Operation Iraqi Freedom the U.S. armed forces built up a powerful concentration of hardware and rear security probably unknown in the history of mankind. While there were many mistakes made later in the occupation of Iraq, the build up to war, the supply lines, and everything that was needed to end the war rapidly were well planned out.

The battle plan for Operation Iraqi Freedom called for a rapid, responsive force capable of identifying and removing threats immediately. Commercial supply chains may draw some lessons from the government’s groundbreaking efforts to accommodate its soldiers in the field.

Soon after Operation IRAQI FREEDOM began in MarchRAND Arroyo Center began a project, completed in Januaryto produce an authoritative account of the planning and execution of combat and stability operations in Iraq and to recommend changes to Army plans, operational concepts, doctrine, and Title 10 functions.

Secretary Rumsfeld and General Franks testified about Operation Iraqi Freedom and lessons learned from military operations in Iraq. Among the issues they addressed were force levels, the cost and duration of military occupation and reconstruction, the pace of post war operations, and continued resistance by some Iraqis.

For 18 months there was strong international consensus on three issues: global condemnation of terrorist tactics, relentless pursuit of the al-Qaeda network, and the need for regime change in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. All of this changed on Mawith the launching of Operation Iraqi Freedom—a dramatic new turn in the new war.

This is the first scholarly book examining naval coalition warfare over the past two centuries from a multi-national perspective. Containing case studies by some of the foremost naval historians from the US, Great Britain, and Australia, it also examines the impact of international law on coalitions.

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Together these collected essays comprise a comprehensive examination of the. Operation Iraqi Freedom and the Future of the U.S. Military or to over-learn the lessons of one conflict in anticipation of subsequent military operations. Given the degree to which Iraqi Author: Michael E.

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O'hanlon.Operation Iraqi Freedom also introduced and implemented a brand new “communications architecture” which is the topic of this first article trying to analyze the first lessons of this newly applied method in XXI century warfare. Additional parts of this article: Operation Iraqi Freedom C4ISR Lessons Learned.Following the invasion of Iraq in March known as Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)--concerns were raised about how the Department of Defense (DOD) secured Iraqi conventional munitions storage sites during and after major combat operations.

Because of the broad interest in this issue, GAO conducted this work under the Comptroller General's authority to conduct .