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Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1945-1992
Paul J. Scheips (au); John S. Brown (fr)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Covers the institutional changes that took place during the early postwar years and through the civil rights revolution, the disturbances that accompanied the Vietnam War, and the controversies surrounding the Army’s role at Wounded Knee in 1973. It ends with a brief account of the Army’s intervention in the race riot in L.A. in 1992. While this study mainly concerns Army operations in civil disturbances, it covers many related topics, including legal matters, presidential actions, the use of fed. marshals, organizational arrangements, contingency planning, logistics, the role of military intelligence, weapons, and rules of engagement. Also deals with the performance of the Army National Guard forces in civil disturbances. Illustrations.
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