When "War" Became "Operation," 1978-Present (part 10)

September 2003
Sensations Magazine;Fall2003, Issue 31, p89
Academic Journal
Discusses warfare and military operations from 1978-present. Quotes from President Ronald Reagan, General Schwartzkopf, and others; Discussion of the semantic difference between a military operation and a war; Discussion of the number of military operations and their varied goals since 1978.


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