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Page 310 - Pentagon's definition, included "those military, paramilitary, political, economic, psychological, and civic actions taken by a government to defeat subversive insurgency." 15 Insurgency was defined as "a condition resulting from a revolt or insurrection against a constituted government which falls short of civil war. In the current context, subversive insurgency is primarily communist inspired, supported, or exploited.
Page vii - The Industrial College of the Armed Forces conducts courses of study in the economic and industrial aspects of national security and in the management of resources...
Page vii - The purpose of this school is to conduct courses of study in the economic and industrial aspects of national security and in the management of resources under all conditions giving due consideration to the interrelated military, political and social factors affecting national security, and in the context of both national and world affairs, in order to enhance the preparation of selected military officers and key civilian personnel for important command, staff and policy making positions in the national...
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Page 356 - ... should be given in planning curriculum to establish a course of instruction in bioengineering. The course could combine basic engineering with some training in physiology. Graduates with such a background are needed and required by our space programs. REFERENCE 1. Staff of the Manned Spacecraft Center: Results of the First United States Manned Orbital Space Flight, Feb.