RODMAN David: Combined Arms Warfare in Israeli Military History. From the War of Independence to Operation Protective Edge
Englisch, 145 Seiten, 17 s/w-Abbildungen, broschürt
Combined arms warfare (CAW)—the integration of different arms on the battlefield (e.g., armor, infantry, artillery, aircraft, and engineers—is as old as war itself. This book traces the Israeli experience with CAW from the country’s War of Independence in 1947-49 through Operation Protective Edge in 2014. It describes and analyzes the IDF’s practice of CAW in each conflict that Israel has fought since the country’s establishment.
David Rodman is the author of Defense and Diplomacy in Israel’s National Security Experience: Tactics, Partnerships, and Motives; Arms Transfers to Israel: The Strategic Logic Behind American Military Assistance; Sword and Shield of Zion: The Israel Air Force in the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1948-2012; and, Israel in the 1973 Yom Kippur War: Diplomacy, Battle and Lessons.