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Dunn RC, 17-May-1993. Operation Corporate: Operational Artist's View of the Falkland Islands Conflict, United States Naval War College

Dunn RC, 17-May-1993. Operation Corporate: Operational Artist's View of the Falkland Islands Conflict, United States Naval War College

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OPERATION
CORPORATE:
OPERATIONAL
ARTIST'S
VIEW
OF THE
FALKLAND
ISLANDSCONFLICT
DTIC
by
ELECTE
Richard
C.
Dunn
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JUL121993D
Lieutenant
Colonel,
USMC
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A
paper
submitted
to
the
Faculty
of
the
Naval
War
College
in
partial
satisfaction
of
the
requirements
of
the
Department
of
Operations.
The
contents
of
this
paper
reflect
my
own
personal
views
and
are
not
necessarily
endorsed
by
the
Naval
War
College
or
the
Department
of
the
Navy.
signature:
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May
1993
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OPERATION CORPORATE:
OPERATIONAL
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12.PERSONAL
AUTHOR(S)
DUNN,
RICHARD
C.
LTCOL
USMC
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SUPPLEMENTARY
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A
paper
s.b
itte
to
the
Faculty
of
the
Naval
War
College
in
partial
satisfaction
of
the
req urements
ofthe Deparxentor
Operations.
The
conte.ts
of
this
pa
reflect
myown
sonal
views
and
are
not
necessarily
endorsed
by
the
Naval
War
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FIELD
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LESSONS
LEARNED
FROM
1982
FALKLAND
ISLANDS CONFLICT
FROM
VIEWPOINT
OFTHE
OPERATIONAL
ART
OF
WAR
19.
ABSTRACT
(Continue
on
reverse
if
necetary
aid
identify
by
block
number)
This
paper reviews
the
1982
Falkland
Islands
conflict
between
Argentina
and
Great
Britain
from
the
operational
artist's
viewpoint. This
paper
focuses
on
the
political
considerations
strategic
objectives
and
operational
factors,
includingobjectives, centers
of
gravity
and
forces
employment.
The
purpose
is
to
provide
thereader with
lessons
learned
at
the
poli-
tical,
strategic
and
operational
level
and
provide
specific
recommendationswhichimpact
at
the
operationallevel
of
war.
This
paper
does
not
cover
the
history
of
negotiations
between
the
parties
in
the
dispute,
U.S.
involvement,
or the
tactical
aspects
of the
conflict.
This
paper
does
cover
the
political,
strategic,
and
operational
factors
which
are
important
for
the
operational
planner.
The
Falklands
conflict
providesthe
U.S.
planner
with
important
lessonslearned
applicableforfuture
employment
of
U.S.
forces
at
the
operational
level
of
war.
The
Falklands
conflict
occurred
due
to
both
countries'
failure at
the
political
and
strategic
level
to
correctly
analyze
their
opponents
reactions
to
diplomatic
and
military
actions.
The
implications
for
the
CINCs
are
that
he must
utilize
the
JOPES
planning
system
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19.
(cont)
to
be
prepared
militarily
for
an
unexpected
crisis
while
at
the
same
time
utilize
the
JOPES
planning
system
to
ensure
his
warfighting
needs
and
shortfalls
are
addressed during
the
budgeting process.
In
the
end,
it is
the
politicians
who
must
providethe
CINC
warfighters
with
the
proper
"tools"
to prosecutethe
military
campaign.

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