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UK Amphibious Capabilities - Today and Tomorrow

UK Amphibious Capabilities - Today and Tomorrow

UK maintains a broad array of amphibious combat capabilities; Royal Navy, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, the British Army and a number of civilian providers.Read More
Al Faw and the Operation to Open the Iraqi Port of Umm Qasr

Al Faw and the Operation to Open the Iraqi Port of Umm Qasr

The areas around Umm Qasr and the Al Faw peninsula in Iraq were subject to a range of amphibious and mine clearance activities in 2003, it was a vital component of Operation TELICRead More
Military Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Response (HADR) - Haiti 2010

Military Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Response (HADR) - Haiti 2010

The Haiti earthquake is a rich source of study for anyone interested in the application of military capabilities in a disaster response but as can be seen, often there is no substitute, but equally often, they are not always best suited.Read More
Over the Shore Logistics of D Day and Beyond

Over the Shore Logistics of D Day and Beyond

Although there are many good examples of amphibious operations before WWII and in other WWII theatre’s one cannot look at the subject of over the shore logistics without considering the D Day Normandy landings of 1944 and beyondRead More
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