AFGHANISTAN'S NANGARHAR INC: A Model for Interagency Success

Spencer, David K.
July 2009
Military Review;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p34
The article discusses the Afghan War, detailing and describing the Nangarhar Regional Development Plan. According to the author, the plan is an agreement between the 173d Airborne Brigade Combat Team and U.S. government interagency personnel that is meant to further counterinsurgency (COIN) efforts within Afghanistan.


Related Articles

  • Fingerprints and the War on Terror An FBI Perspective. Shannon, Paul J. // JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Autumn2006, Issue 43, p76 

    The article discusses the relevance of securing fingerprints, photographs, and statements from suspected terrorists under military custody relative to the war on terrorism. The article made reference to the unprecedented mission of the Federal Bureau of Investigation into the combat theater of...

  • COINvasion? Park, David H. // Military Review;May/Jun2014, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p70 

    The article considers from a strategic perspective the terrain and sociocultural circumstances of the Korengal and Weygal valleys in Afghanistan's Kunar province, the scene of significant combat by U.S. Army forces between 2007 and 2010. In the author's view the Army's operational options were...

  • The Fight for the Village.  // Military Review;May/Jun2011, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p25 

    An essay is presented on U.S. counterinsurgency strategy in the Afghan War, focusing on a series of rural village operations conducted in 2010. These were designated Combined Forces Special Operations Component Command—Afghanistan (CFSOCC-A), and involved ten separate teams of U.S. Army...

  • Who Will Fufill the Cavalry's Functions? Walters, Keith // Military Review;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p80 

    The article discusses the role of reconnaissance and security in counterinsurgency (COIN) efforts in the Afghan War. It comments on the conversion of the U.S. Army's 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR) to a Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT) in 2011-2012. The concept of operational adaptability,...

  • Photo Feature: Counterinsurgency in Wardak, Afghanistan. Szlanko, Balint // World Politics Review (19446284);7/24/2009, p2 

    This article features the deployment of the 10th Mountain Division of the U.S. Army in the Afghan province of Wardak in 2009. It identifies the deployment as an effort to apply counterinsurgency tactics to the region. The article observes that U.S. and Coalition efforts still face significant...

  • Reporter's Notebook: Jardez Valley, Afghanistan. Szlanko, Balint // World Politics Review (19446284);7/24/2009, p3 

    The author looks at the activities of the 10th Mountain Division of the U.S. Army in Jardez Valley, Afghanistan, in 2009. He reflects on his experience of covering the deployment of the division. He also notes the abuse of power by militias in the region by falsely reporting people as Taliban....

  • Course Correction. Sitaraman, Ganesh // New Republic;10/21/2009, Vol. 240 Issue 19, p23 

    The article focuses on the Counterinsurgency Training Center-Afghanistan, a U.S. Army facility located on a military base in that country which presents instruction in counterinsurgency theory and practice to U.S., North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Afghan armed forces, as well as to...

  • Tactical Leader Lessons Learned in Afghanistan: OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM VIII. Ostlund, William B. // Military Review;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p2 

    The article discusses the experiences of the U.S. Army during Operation Enduring Freedom. Specifically, the author describes the lessons learned by the 503d Infantry Regiment of the Second Battalion (Airborne) during its 11 months of pre-deployment training and 15 months of operations in...

  • A FAR CRY FROM FAILURE. O'HANLON, MICHAEL // Foreign Affairs;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p194 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the articles "Ending the War in Afghanistan" by Stephen Biddle and "The Limits of Counter-insurgency Doctrine in Afghanistan" by Karl Eikenberry in the September/October 2013 issue.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics