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Very Good. Very minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Contents are clean and unmarked; Blue illustrated cover is about the weight of posterboard. PAPER COVERS. 9 b/w photos. Some maps & figures in text. WAR. This book offers some ideas in regard to exerting effective political-military influence in the third world. General Wallace H. Nutting, USA, said 'I believe that the low intensity conflict is the most important strategic issue facing the US. If we don't learn to deal with it, we risk being isolated in an increasingly competitive world...' Low-intensity conflict's working definition is: '...refers to the range of activities and operations on the lower end of the conflict spectrum involving the use of military or a variety of semi-military forces (both combat and noncombat) on the part of the intervening power to influence and compel the adversary to accept a political-military condition. ' The Air Force must recognize the need for a change and must act upon it.; 9"Tall; 127 pages.
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