personas que hicieron el servicio militar
Regiments es un juego de tácticas en tiempo real ambientado en la Alemania de 1989. La Guerra Fría se ha calentado, y el infierno está en marcha. Dirige tu Regimiento a través del fuego del conflicto y la niebla de la guerra. Atraviesa las líneas, llama a la artillería, maniobra, finge retiradas, prepara defensas, contraataca. No cedas.
EL CABALLO ROJO DE LA GUERRA CABALGA A TRAVÉS DE EUROPA UNA VEZ MÁSEs 1989 y las llamas de una nueva guerra están ardiendo. Miles de kilómetros cuadrados de paisaje alemán se convertirán en un escenario de batallas arrolladoras entre lo mejor que la OTAN y el Pacto de Varsovia pueden ofrecer. Dirige tu regimiento a través del infierno de un conflicto de la Guerra Fría a gran escala en este nuevo juego de tácticas en tiempo real. Atraviesa las líneas, pide apoyo aéreo y de artillería, maniobra, finge retiradas y prepara defensas móviles. El sistema de Mando de Pelotón te permite orquestar las batallas con una precisión y facilidad sin precedentes. No es necesario microgestionar a cada soldado de infantería: eres un oficial al mando, no un sargento. Forma tu fuerza sobre la marcha. La selección del regimiento principal es sólo el comienzo. Puedes ampliar tu ejército durante el juego llamando a grupos de trabajo únicos, cada uno de los cuales aporta su propio equipo y opciones de apoyo fuera del mapa.Características principales
england in world war i
Selection of articles published in previous issues that have been adapted to our current editorial standards. The articles were chosen for their quality and relevance to current issues.
I believe that the “American way of war”, that is, the doctrine followed and tactics employed in Phase III operations, create great difficulties and problems with which we would have to deal in Phase IV.
Can both sides win a war? If so, why fight it? It would seem that reasonable men can find a political solution that would possibly be the outcome of the war, without the need for all that killing.
Now, military officers have to inspire confidence, in every way possible through a variety of means to encourage interaction, so that when things go wrong, as they always do, that reservoir of confidence is there to explain and understand.
Recently, there have been many editorials, and even sermons, on the subject of U.S. grand strategy. A consensus has emerged that the United States does not have a grand strategy. At one end of the spectrum of opinion, we have Andrew Bacevich of Boston University, who argues: “There is no czar for strategy. This highly crucial portfolio remains vacant.”
military units of the argentine army
The men at the front had supply problems, there was a shortage of food, and disease was caused by conditions of rat infestation. Along with enemy action, many troops had to struggle with new diseases: trench foot, trench fever and nephritis. When the war ended in 1918, the British Army’s losses, as a result of enemy action and disease, were 673,375 dead and missing, along with another 1,643,469 wounded. The rush to demobilize at the end of the war substantially decreased the strength of the British Army from its peak of 4,000,000 men in 1918 to 370,000 men in 1920.
The regulars and reserves – at least on paper – totaled a mobilized force of nearly 700,000 men, although only 150,000 men were immediately available to be part of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) that was sent to the Continent. This consisted of six infantry divisions and one cavalry division. By contrast, the French Army in 1914 mobilized 1,650,000 troops and 62 infantry divisions, while the German Army mobilized 1,850,000 troops and 87 infantry divisions. In 1914, the French Army mobilized 1,650,000 troops and 62 infantry divisions, while the German Army mobilized 1,850,000 troops and 87 infantry divisions.[9
argentine army intelligence units
In spite of the evident importance, researchers have not paid due attention to the social political conflict that arose around the shortages during the Popular Unity. This article aims to advance in the knowledge (periodization, spatialization and contextualized characterization) of the Juntas de Abastecimiento y control de Precios (JAP) -popular organizations promoted by the government-, in order to finally problematize some fundamental assumptions of the institutional transition to socialism.
Despite its importance, researchers have not given the required attention to the socio-political conflict that emerged during the Unidad Popular government. The objective of this article is to advance the knowledge (periodization, spatialization and characterization) of the JAPs – popular organizations promoted by the government – to consider the implications of some fundamental assumptions of the institutional transition to socialism.
In a recent study (2016), dedicated to “popular power and the industrial cordons”, Franck Gaudichaud devoted only five pages, out of more than four hundred that complete the work, to this issue. Based mainly on the publications Chile Hoy, El Rebelde and Tarea Urgente, he affirmed that the Allende government entrusted the problem of supply to the military, after the 1972 crisis, to prevent the JAPs from inserting themselves in the revolutionary strategy of institutional rupture, thus limiting their transformative potential.6