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Military Science (225,711 Books)


Military science is the study of the technique, psychology, practice and other phenomena which constitute war and armed conflict. It strives to be a scientific system that if properly employed, will greatly enhance the practitioner's ability to prevail in an armed conflict with any adversary. To this end, it is unconcerned whether that adversary is an opposing military force, guerrillas or other irregulars.

 
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Object Class Analysis

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: All years in the tables are fiscal years. - Because of rounding, the detailed amounts in the tables may not add to the totals. - Data for the off-budget Postal service fund and the two off-budget social security trust funds (Federal old-age and survivor

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Object Class Analysis

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: All years in the tables are fiscal years. - Because of rounding, the detailed amounts in the tables may not add to the totals. - Data for the off-budget Postal service fund and the two off-budget social security trust funds (Federal old-age and survivor

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Object Class Analysis Detail

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Object Classification Department of Agriculture _ Agricultural Research Service Identification code 1997 actual 1998 est. 1999 est. 005-18-12-1400-0-1-352 - Continued _ 11.3 Other than full-time permanent ... 1 1 1 _ _ _ 11.9 Total personnel compensation ... 5 5 5 12.1 Civilian personnel benefits ... 1 1 1 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons ... 1 1 1 23.3 Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ... 1 1 1 25.2 Other services ... 12 16 16 25.4 ...

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The Sociology and Psychology of Terrorism : Who Becomes a Terroris...

By: Rex A. Hudson

Legal Reference Publication

Preface: The purpose of this study is to focus attention on the types of individuals and groups that are prone to terrorism (see Glossary) in an effort to help improve U.S. counterterrorist methods and policies. The emergence of amorphous and largely unknown terrorist individuals and groups operating independently (freelancers) and the new recruitment patterns of some groups, such as recruiting suicide commandos, female and child terrorists, and scientists capable of dev...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 2001, Issue5, 79 (5) 4...

By: Tarik Kassaye

Medical Reference Publication

The Executive Board held its first session in Geneva, from 16 to 28 July, towards the end of and immediately following the first World Health Assembly.1 Normally, the members of the Board - eighteen persons designated by as many Member States - will serve for three-year terms. However, for the Board elected by the first Health Assembly a provision was made in the Constitution for six members to hold office for one year, six for two, and six for three years. The Health As...

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Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web

By: Jonathan E. Sanford

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Iraq's Economy: Past, Present, Future Summary: For most of its history, the government of Iraq has played an active role stimulating and directing the Iraqi economy. This pattern was most pronounced during the recent regime of Saddam Hussein, which was at root a centrally-directed command economy with some trappings of market economics and crony capitalism. Iraq?s industrial sector was created, in large part, as a result of government efforts to diversify the ec...

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Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web

By: Jonathan E. Sanford

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Iraq's Economy: Past, Present, Future Summary: For most of its history, the government of Iraq has played an active role stimulating and directing the Iraqi economy. This pattern was most pronounced during the recent regime of Saddam Hussein, which was at root a centrally-directed command economy with some trappings of market economics and crony capitalism. Iraq?s industrial sector was created, in large part, as a result of government efforts to diversify the ec...

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Foreign Operations (House)/State, Foreign Operations, And Related ...

By: Susan B. Epstein

Summary: The annual Foreign Operations appropriations bill in the House, and the State, Foreign Operations measure in the Senate are the primary legislative vehicles through which Congress reviews the U.S. international affairs budgets and influences executive branch foreign policy making generally. They contain the largest shares - the House bill, about two-thirds; the Senate bill, about 97% -- of total U.S. international affairs spending.

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Turkey: Issues for U.S. Policy

By: Carol Migdalovitz

Summary: Turkey has long been considered a strategic U.S. and NATO ally. That it combines a predominantly Muslim identity with a secular democratic government has added to Turkey’s significance to the United States since September 11, 2001. Turkish domestic and foreign policy issues concern U.S. policymakers, who would like a stable, competent, friendly government in Ankara. Since 1999, a coalition of three parties of mismatched ideological preferences has presided over ...

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Homeland Security Office : Issues and Options

By: Rensselaer Lee

Introduction: On October 8, 2001, 28 days after the catastrophic attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President Bush issued Executive Order 13228 establishing the Office of Homeland Security (OHS) and the Homeland Security Council (HSC), chaired by the President. The OHS’s preeminent mission as defined in the order is to develop a comprehensive national strategy to safeguard the United States against terrorism. The White House has made clear that this stra...

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2005 Commercial Space Transportation Forecasts May 2005

By: Federal Aviation Administration

Excerpt: Office of Commercial Space Transportation (FAA/AST) licenses and regulates U.S. commercial space launch and reentry activity for the Department of Transportation as authorized by Executive Order 12465 (Commercial Expendable Launch Vehicle Activities) and 49 United States Code Subtitle IX, Chapter 701 (formerly the Commercial Space Launch Act). AST?s mission is to license and regulate commercial launch and reentry operations to protect public health and safety, t...

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Suborbital Reusable Launch Vehicles and Emerging Markets

By: Federal Aviation Administration

Excerpt: The Federal Aviation Administration?s Office of Commercial Space Transportation (FAA/AST) licenses and regulates U.S. commercial space launch and reentry activity, as well as the operation of non-federal launch and reentry sites, as authorized by Executive Order 12465 and Title 49 United States Code, Subtitle IX, Chapter 701 (formerly the Commercial Space Launch Act). FAA/AST?s mission is to ensure public health and safety and the safety of property while protec...

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World Ocean Database 2001 Volume 1 : Introduction

By: onald L. Evans

Preface: The oceanographic databases described by this atlas series greatly expands on the World Ocean Database 1998 (WOD98) product. We have expanded these earlier databases to include data from new instrument types such as profiling floats and new variables such as pCO2 and TCO2. Previous oceanographic databases including the NODC/WDC profile archives, and products derived from these databases, have proven to be of great utility to the international oceanographic, clim...

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