War with Iraq: critical lessons

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Glosson Family Foundation, 2003 - Business & Economics - 306 pages
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The Air Force general who designed the revolutionary war against Iraq in 1991 is out with an illuminating account of how the first war with Iraq was fought and what lessons today's commanders should have learned before the confront Saddam Hussein again.
In a book that candidly discusses the leadership decisions that led to both successes and failures in the Gulf War, Retired Lt. Gen. Buster Glosson writes that staying the original course 12 years ago could have defanged Saddam Hussein.

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Contents

The Persian Gulf
1
Campaign to Defeat Iraq
20
Briefing the President
40
Copyright

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