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Learning From Past Defence Logistics Experience: Is What is Past Prologue? (WHP 52)

David Moore, Jeffrey Bradford and Peter Antill
Whitehall Papers, 4 January 2000
Defence Management, Defence Policy
Any consideration of military operations in the mid-to-late twentieth century should be tempered by logistical realities. For those nations who enjoy immediate territorial security, their national interests in the use of military force is often of a diffuse and geographically distant nature.

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