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|Autor:||kaur3 [ 11 Mär, 2013 9:22 ]|
|Teema pealkiri:||ARIS studies|
The Assessing Revolutionary and Insurgent Strategies (ARIS) series consists of a set of case studies and research conducted for the US Army Special Operations Command by the National Security Analysis Department of The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.
The purpose of the ARIS series is to produce a collection of academically rigorous yet operationally relevant research materials to develop and illustrate a common understanding of insurgency and revolution. This research, intended to form a bedrock body of knowledge for members of the Special Forces, will allow users to distill vast amounts of material from a wide array of campaigns and extract relevant lessons, thereby enabling the development of future doctrine, professional education, and training.
From its inception, ARIS has been focused on exploring historical and current revolutions and insurgencies for the purpose of identifying emerging trends in operational designs and patterns. ARIS encompasses research and studies on the general characteristics of revolutionary movements and insurgencies and examines unique adaptations by specific organizations or groups to overcome various environmental and contextual challenges.
The ARIS series follows in the tradition of research conducted by the Special Operations Research Office (SORO) of American University in the 1950s and 1960s, by adding new research to that body of work and in several instances releasing updated editions of original SORO studies.
Casebook on Insurgency and Revolutionary Warfare, Vol. 1: 1933-1962
Casebook on Insurgency and Revolutionary Warfare, Vol. II: 1962-2009
Irregular Warfare Annotated Bibliography
Human Factors Considerations of Underground in Insurgencies
Undergrounds in Insurgent, Revolutionary and Resistance Warfare
|Autor:||kaur3 [ 25 Nov, 2017 14:48 ]|
|Teema pealkiri:||Re: ARIS studies|
"Undergrounds in Insurgent, Revolutionary and Resistance Warfare" 1th edition 1963. Special Operations Research Office (SORO).
SORO Resistance Pyramid Challenged. Critical observations and questions on a classic by Jeffrey Hasler.
In this issue of Special Warfare, Jeff Hasler, a Special Forces doctrine writer, takes an in-depth look at the Resistance Pyramid that was introduced to the force by the Special Operations Research Office in 1963 – just months after President Kennedy issued the April 11, 1962 memo. In his article, Hasler poses some important questions about the way we look at the resistance and the underground. This article is designed specifically to promote discussion and, if needed, to update our doctrine.
I invite you to critically read this article and to provide your input on the questions Hasler raises in his article. This is your professional development publication and your opportunity to voice your opinions, which is exactly what President Kennedy called for in the April 1962 memo, noting, “By whatever name, this militant challenge to freedom calls for an improvement and enlargement of our development of techniques and tactics …”
http://www.soc.mil/swcs/SWmag/archive/S ... P_2017.pdf
|Autor:||kaur3 [ 27 Juul, 2020 9:15 ]|
|Teema pealkiri:||Re: ARIS studies|
Uus raamat "Resistance Manual".
This manual is for the US Army Special Operations Forces (ARSOF) soldier. Whether attending his/her first course at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (SWCS) or already deployed, the ARSOF soldier must be a student-practitioner of his/her craft: providing support to or countering a resistance movement.
https://www.soc.mil/ARIS/books/pdf/resi ... manual.pdf
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