Am As in Ham (Word Families Set 1) by Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

By Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter mix "am" in such phrases as "ham," "clam," "jam," and "dam."

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The “clear and apparent danger” of the Soviet threat was real and seen as such. The USSR was to be contained and deterred from hostile action by a combination of political, strategic, and military actions ranging from the forging of a ring of alliances surrounding the USSR and its allies to the deployment of tens of thousands of nuclear and thermonuclear weapons. Following the truce ending the Korean war, a large standing military force was maintained and defined by the operational requirements of fighting the large formations of military forces of the USSR and its allies with similar types of military forces, albeit outnumbered.

The issue is how to determine what demonstrations will affect the perceptions of the intended target in line with the overall political aims. The weakness of this form of Shock and Awe is its major dependency on intelligence. One must be certain that the will and perceptions of the adversary can be manipulated. The classic misfire is the adversary who is not impressed and, instead, is further provoked to action by the unintended actions of the aggressor. Saddam Hussein and the Iraqis’ invasion of Kuwait demonstrate when this Potemkin Village model can backfire.

Can a Rapid Dominance force lead, for example, to a force structure that can win an MRC such as Desert Shield and Desert Storm far more quickly and cheaply with far fewer personnel than our planned force both in terms of stopping any invasion in its tracks and then ejecting the invader? 2. Can Rapid Dominance produce a force structure with more effective capacity to deal with grey areas such as OOTW? Second, if achievable, can Rapid Dominance lead to a form of political deterrence in which the capacity to make impotent or “shut down” an adversary can actually control behavior?

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