The Army force structure, support processes, training and leader development programs all have to be expeditionary and flexible enough to fight any one type of war or any combination - under any geographic, coalition, infrastructure or political conditions. The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are only the latest examples of the need for Army units to be ready to fight in a relatively conventional way in some situations, to facilitate local political accommodations in others, and to assist in either humanitarian aid delivery or economic development in still others.
The Two Senses of 'Full Spectrum' James M Dubik Army; Nov 2008; 58, 11; Docstoc pg. 17 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Furt
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