100 Miles from Baghdad: With the French in Desert Storm

By James J. Cooke | Go to book overview

ACRONYMS

ADA

Air Defense Artillery

AFN

Armed Forces Network

APC

Armored Personnel Carrier

ATGM

Antitank Guided Missile

ATT

Army Training Test

BASELOG

Logistic Base

BDA

Bomb Damage Assessment

BDU

Battle Dress Uniform

BFV

Bradley Fighting Vehicle

BOQ

Bachelor Officers' Quarters

BRDM

Russian-made wheeled light armored vehicle used mainly for reconnaissance

BTR

Russian-made wheeled light armored personnel carrier

CBU

Cluster Bomb Unit

CENTCOM

Central Command

COSCOM

Corps Support Command

CP

Command Post

CRAP

Commandos de Récherche et d'Action dans la Profondeur (highly-trained French special operations unit)

CTOCSE

Corps Tactical Operations Center Support Element

DMZ

Demilitarized Zone

EPAC

Eastern Province Area Command

EPW

Enemy Prisoner of War

FAR

Force d'Action Rapide (rapid deployment force)

FOB

Forward Operation Base

GP

General-purpose

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100 Miles from Baghdad: With the French in Desert Storm
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Maps vii
  • Acronyms ix
  • 1 - Introduction: Crisis in the Gulf 1
  • 2 - The Line in the Sand 9
  • 3 - Haute Cusine and the French Army 43
  • 4 - Fighting the Iraqis 95
  • 5 - As Salman Interlude 143
  • 6 - Epilogue: Folding the Tents 189
  • Index 215
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