After Desert Storm: The United States Army and the Reconstruction of Kuwait

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Contents

Corps Contracting Strategy
120
Contracting Activities
127
Problems for Contractors
143
Funding Authorities
145
Support to Explosive Ordnance Disposal
149
THE DEFENSE RECONSTRUCTION ASSISTANCE OFFICE AND KUWAIT EMERGENCY RECOVERY OFFICE
155
Command Control and Communications
158
Financial Management607A Process
160

2 PLANNING IN THEATER
43
CENTCOM Planning for CivilMilitary Operations
47
ARCENT Planning far CivilMilitary Operations
49
Formation of the Combined Civil Affairs Task Force
51
Creation of Task Force Freedom
54
Kuwait Emergency Recovery Office Organization
57
The Push Into Kuwait
62
Emergency Response Phase Task Force freedom
71
Task Force Freedom Elements
73
Task Force Freedom Missions
79
Task Force Freedom Command Control and Coordination
91
Task Force FreedomKuwaiti Relations
92
Task Force Freedom Closeout
93
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PHASE TASK FORCE FREEDOM
99
KUWAIT EMERGENCY RECOVERY OFFICE ACTIVITIES
107
Organizational Structure
110
Command and Control
117
Damage Assessment
119
Contracting Strategy
166
Contracting for Civil Infrastructure Repair
175
Fighting Kuwaits OH Fires
183
6 SUPPORTING KUWAITS MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
191
Planning Foreign Military Sales Cases for Defense Facilities
196
Foreign Military Sales Case for Phase I Air Base Work
202
Foreign Military Sales Case for Phase 11 Air Base Work
205
Construction Contracts for Phase I
209
Problems With Phase I Contracts
212
SUPPORT TO US TROOPS
217
AFTERMATH
227
CONCLUSION
237
ACRONYMS
243
NOTES
245
BIBLIOGRAPHY
275
INDEX
283
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