The Lessons of Modern War - Vol. 3

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2.1 Increase in Forces in Afghanistan: 1980-19845
2.2 Forces in Afghanistan at the Peak of the Fighting, 19867
2.3 Afghan War: Casualties and Losses 1979-198810
2.4 Casualties Due to Border Violations by Soviet/DRA Forces and Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan: 1980-October 198771
2.5 Key Lines of Communication in the Afghan Conflict106
2.6 Typical Soviet Army Tactical Field Communications Equipment Early in the War115
2.7 Characteristics of Crew-Served AGS-17 Automatic Grenade Launchers127
2.8 Soviet Rocket-Propelled Grenade Launchers156
2.9 Characteristics of the Soviet 76-mm Mountain Gun (M-1966)159
2.10 Major Shoulder-Fired Surface-to-Air Missiles that Impacted on the Fighting in Afghanistan173
2.11 The Tu-16 Badger188
2.12 The Tu-22 Blinder D189
2.13 The Su-24 Fencer190
2.14 Specifications of Soviet Military Helicopters198
2.15 Soviet Gas Warfare Attacks in 1982217
3.1 Composition of British Task Force: 1982244
3.2 Additional Ships for the Falkland Islands Task Force252
3.3 Falklands War: Forces and Force Ratios261
3.4 Material Supplied to Britain by the United States During the Falklands War263
3.5 Argentine Military Buildup265
3.6 Falklands War: Casualties and Losses267
3.7 British Land-Based Armor in the Falklands288
3.8 The Artillery of the Falklands War290
3.9 British Air Base and Air Defense Facilities in the Falklands301
3.10 British Helicopter Sorties and Flying Time301
3.11 Argentine Aircraft Losses by Type/Cause304


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