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Jun 3, 2017 8:04pm EDT
want his people there but he does find willing partners in the china, burma, india theater partly because is not a lot of american forces there so he does organize what is detachment 101 and it was given that number because he didn't want the enemy to know they only had one unit. they partner with the kitchen forces after some trial and error, there's a lot of the initial attempts don't go well and there's not local partners they can work with, people to train them. in detachment 101 they found a leader who is actually capable and they form what's called the american. [inaudible] rangers who work together with more conventional units against the japanese and scouting and rating, highly effective force. in europe, the oss forms jed berg units which are small freeman teams that parachute in to the german rear to work with the resistance organizations after d-day. locally, they have a lot of success and, i think, i argue we tend to overestimate their effectiveness on strategic scale, if you look at this chart there's only 222 jet birds go in which is much smaller than the operational
CSPAN
Jul 29, 2017 6:00pm EDT
regional commanders don't want his there but he does find willing partners in the china burma india theater, partly because there's not a lot of american forces there. so he organizes what's called the detachment 101. >> and it was given that number because they didn't want the enemy to know that they only had one unit, it was just detachment one so they partner with the kitchen forces after some trial and error, there's a lot of their initial attempts don't go well. there's not local partners they can work with. people betray them but in detachment 101 does find a chin who is extremely capable and they found the american kitchen rangers who work together with more conventional units against the japanese scouting and breathing highly effective forces. >> in europe the oss forms gender units which are small three-man teams that their huge into the german rear to work with the resistance. the organizations after the game.the locally they had a lot of success. i argue there that i think they overestimate their effectiveness on strategic scale. if you look at this short, there's only 222 gender
CSPAN
Jul 23, 2017 3:01pm EDT
in the china burma india theater because there's not a lot of american forces there. and so he organized what is called attachment 101. and it was given that number because they didn't want the enemy to know that they only had had had one unit as originally just detachment one. so they partner with the ka chen forces after treel and error actually with a lot of their initial attempts don't go well they're just not local partners they can work with. people betray them. but in -- detachment 101 does find a leader who is extremely capable and they form what's called american -- rangers, who work against japanese and scout ising breeding highly effective force. in europe oss forms units which are small three man teams that parachute in -- into the german rear to work with resistance organizations after d-day. locally they have a lot of success i think i argue we tend to i think overestimate their effect iiveness on scale there's 222 jetburgs that go in which is much smaller than operational groups which another oss entity and small or than 15,074 in british sas and when you about t
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Jun 10, 2017 6:01pm EDT
think see war with north korea or iran or possibly even china. and in those wars you have technology that we probably did not anticipate. i think in the brushfire wars in the middle east we will probably maintain an edge but it seems that we are not going to necessarily solve any of these problems through our technological superiority. >> thank you doctor mark moyar for coming to the discussion today and leading us. thinking to the audience for coming to the heritage foundation. a reminder that this is on our webpage within 24 hours. there are also copies available of doctor mark moyar's book in the lobby. i'm sure he would be happy to sign those for anyone that would like to after the program. if you can please join me in a round of applause for doctor mark moyar and for his discussion. [applause] >>. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> you are watching booktv on c-span2 with top nonfiction books and authors every weekend. booktv, television for serious readers. >> what big books you have coming up this fall? >> into books. one is a worldly affair. new
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