Small Wars Journal

Pacific pivot

Seaplanes! Enhancing Army Logistics in the Indo-Pacific by Reintroducing Seaplanes to the Navy and Air Force Riley.C.Murray Tue, 09/28/2021 - 5:32am
In discussing the Army’s role in protecting interests against adversaries in the Indo-Pacific Command (INDO-PACOM) theater of operations, it may seem counterintuitive that an article discusses Navy and Air Force platforms, but the Army cannot operate against adversaries while conducting Multi-Domain Operations (MDOs) or Large-Scale Combat Operations (LSCOs) if it is not properly supplied.[ii] In the INDO-PACOM, this means the Army relies predominantly on current Navy and Air Force resupply platforms for sustaining operations and power projection across the vast Pacific Ocean.[iii]
Rumors of Central Command’s Decline are Wishful Thinking Peter J. Munson Fri, 03/29/2013 - 3:30am

What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in the Middle East and South Asia spreads to the world.

The Pacific “Pivot”: What it Means for Language, Region, and Culture Education and Training

Tue, 03/12/2013 - 4:30am

The realities of conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan necessitated “just-in-time” cultural training that focused heavily on the “do’s and don’ts.” A more deliberate approach is warranted in Asia.

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