Operation Chromite: Amphibious Planning
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This interactive tutorial covers the Inchon landing case study that provides several good examples of the types of decisions made during the amphibious planning process, and how they compare to the current matrix of the ten primary decisions for amphibious operation required today by joint doctrine. Operation Chromite is used as an example.
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