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  • A Revolution in Military Adaptation: The US Army in the Iraq War | Chad C. Serena

    A Revolution in Military Adaptation: The US Army in the Iraq War

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Chad C. Serena
    • Narrated By Richard Wayne Stageman
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    During the early years of the Iraq War, the US Army was unable to translate initial combat success into strategic and political victory. Iraq plunged into a complex insurgency, and defeating this insurgency required beating highly adaptive foes. A competition between the hierarchical and vertically integrated Army and networked and horizontally integrated insurgents ensued. The latter could quickly adapt and conduct networked operations in a decentralized fashion; the former was predisposed to fighting via prescriptive plans under a centralized command and control.

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