In 1984 the first edition of the British Army Guide was published and in May 2011 the 12th edition will be on sale. This invaluable information resource which deals with all aspects of British Army organization, recruitment and training, has been extremely popular with service personnel, the defense industry, military libraries and other groups who are interested in the British Army worldwide. Copies can be seen on desks throughout the UK Ministry of Defense and it would be fair to say that almost every foreign defense attachAc in London has a copy in his briefcase. Chapters include a Defense Overview; Army Organization; International Commitments; Armor, Infantry, Artillery, Army Aviation, Engineers, Communications and Combat Service Support; Units of the Army; Recruiting and Training; Reserve Forces plus a final Miscellaneous Chapter which deals with a number of items essential to understanding How the British Army functions on a daily basis. Lavishly illustrated throughout there is no comparable publication available on the market.A Pocket Guide, 2012-2013 Charles Heyman ... and UHF radios a battalion and subaunits Teleprinters, Fax, CCTV and ADP Equipment Computer Information Systems QQQQQQQ Local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN) anbsp;...
|Title||:||The British Army|
|Publisher||:||Pen & Sword - 2011-05-30|