The U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual: U.S. Army Field Manual No. 3-24 : Marine Corps Warfighting Publication No. 3-33.5

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These are the sources used, quoted, or paraphrased in this publication. They are listed by page number. Where material appears in a paragraph, both page and paragraph number are listed. Boldface indicates the titles of historical vignettes. Web sites were accessed during December 2006.

ix.“This is a game of wits and will… ”: Peter J. Schoomaker, quoted in “Serving a Nation at War: A Campaign Quality Army with Joint and Expeditionary Capabilities,” (Statement before the House Armed Services Committee, 21 Jul 2004), 17. United States House of Representatives Web site
1“Counterinsurgency is not just thinking man's warfare… ”: This sentence appeared in an electronic mail message from a special forces officer serving in Iraq to the military assistant to the deputy secretary of defense in 2005.
7para 1-19. “The printing press is… ”: T.E. Lawrence, “Evolution of a Revolt,” The Army Quarterly (Devon, United Kingdom) 1,1 (Oct 1920; reprint, Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Combat Studies Institute, 1990): n. Combined Arms Research Library Web site
22para 1-67___planners assumed that combatants required a 10 or 15 to 1 advantage … : Andrew F. Krepinevich, The Army and Vietnam (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986), 157; A better force requirement gauge…” John J. McGrath, Boots on the Ground: Troop Density in Contingency Operations, Global War on Terrorism Occasional Paper 16 (Fort Leavenworth, KS: Combat Studies Institute Press, 2006), 1, 6nI.
39para 1-123__revolutionary war was 80 percent political action and only 20 percent military: cited in David Galula, Counterinsurgency Warfare:

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