"IO in a Peace Enforcement Environment"
NEWSLETTER NO. 99-2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter One, Introduction
Chapter Two, The Operations Environment
Chapter Three, Operations
Chapter Four, Relevant Information and Intelligence
Chapter Five, Information Systems (INFOSYS)
Chapter Six, IO Staff Organization, Actions,
Processes, and Products
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