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Road to Abu Ghraib: U.S. Army Detainee Doctrine and Experience
James F. Gebhardt (au); Thomas T. Smith (fr)
The perceptions of just treatment held by citizens of our nation and, to a great extent the world at large, have been and are being shaped by the actions of the U.S. Army, both in the commission of detainee maltreatment but also in the way the Army addresses its institutional shortcomings. This study captures the salient doctrinal issues of this critical aspect of the Army’s battlespace. Contents: Intro.; Enemy POW Doctrine at the End of WW2; The 1949 Geneva Conventions; Korea, 1950-53; Interlude, 1954-64; Vietnam War; Post-Vietnam Interlude; Grenada and Panama; Oper. Desert Storm; Post-Desert Storm Doctrine; Haiti: Oper. Uphold Democracy; Regulatory Renewal; Conclusions; App.: Geneva Convention Relative to the Treatment of POW’s.
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