Non-Lethal Weapons

Annati, Massimo; Bonsignore, Ezio
July 2003
Military Technology;Jul2003, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p44
Focuses on the programs, perspectives and problems of using non-lethal weapons (NLW) for Military Operations Other-Than-War (MOOTW) in the U.S. Demonstration of high possibilities for tragic misunderstanding between the military personnel and the civilians; Effectiveness of using NLW to fulfill MOOTW missions without risking to use too much and too little forces; Risk for errors and wrong assessment; Limitations in using NLW.


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