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AMC command sergeants major perspectives and the global war on terrorism.

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Published by HQ, Historical Office, U.S. Army Materiel Command in Fort Belvoir, VA .
Written in English

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  • Yarborough, Clyde. -- Interviews.,
  • Yates, Ricky P. -- Interviews.,
  • Curtis, Jerrell L. -- Interviews.,
  • Lane, Ray D. -- Interviews.,
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  • Cuffee, Otis N. -- Interviews.,
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  • War on Terrorism, 2001-

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDarius, Robert G., Byard, Gregory S., United States. Army Materiel Command. Historical Office.
    LC ClassificationsUB408.5 .A52 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 187 p. :
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22695623M
    LC Control Number2007922977

      The GWOT-E Medal was created by President George W. Bush ’s Executive Order on Ma , to recognize troops military service members who have deployed overseas in operations. The Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, above right, will be awarded to service members who serve in military operations to combat terrorism on or after 11 September , most notably Operation Noble Eagle. SouthCom has used Colombia as evidence that terrorism prevails in Latin America, despite the fact that during the country’s year civil war neither the far left nor the far right rebel groups have threatened U.S. homeland security.   Their reach is global in nature, they are tenacious, and they adapt quickly to increase their chances of survival. The evolving nature of terrorist groups is why we can report progress in the war on terror, and yet say the threat is still there. In order to root out terrorism, law enforcement must also be ready and able to change.

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