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Topic(s) Matched: Army Issues, Doctrine, Joint Issues, Land Power, Military History, Policy Issues, Strategic Leadership and Command, Strategy, Campaign Planning, Operations

Title: The U.S. Army's Initial Impressions of Operations Enduring Freedom and Noble Eagle

Published: September, 2003, USAWC

Author(s): Dr. Conrad C. Crane

Executive Summary: From 26 to 29 August 2002, the Army assembled representatives from its worldwide commands at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania to assess Army operations to date in the global war on terrorism. The participant's initial impressions focused on Operation Enduring Freedom and Noble Eagle. They highlighted rapid and successful responses at home and in distant theaters from Afghanistan to the Philippines. They also revealed some shortcomings in current operations and insights for future operations.

OEF Report [pdf 5 MB]