View Full Version : Guerrilla war in ten pages or less.

01-26-2007, 02:00 PM
The most important thing we do where I work is to try and find technical solutions for troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. While most all of the people I work with are intelligent and well educated they for the most part have no military experience or understanding of guerrilla warfare. I have come to realize that the job of my intelligence office it complicated by this situation. So the question is how do I quickly give them a general understand of guerrilla-counterguerrilla warfare? Id like to put together a few essays (possibly interspersed with some commentary from me) that would point out some of the issues and challenges of guerrilla conflict. I figure I can get most to read about 10 pages or so. They dont need to be experts just a basic understanding or at least have general curiosity. I have some ideas about some writing I think I will use but I would appreciate and suggestion.

Tom Odom
01-26-2007, 02:44 PM
If I had to pick one it would be Dr. Kalev Sepp's "Best Practices in COIN."