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Amicicide: The Problem of Friendly Fire in Modern War.
Amicicide The Problem of Friendly Fire in Modern War Author:LTC Charles R. Shrader The "fog of war"is an oft-mentions, if imperfectly understood, factor in combat. Noise, smoke, faulty communications, tension, hyperactivity, and fear all conspire to mask from the soldier and his leaders the true situation on the battlefield. When accurate information regarding the location and activity of both friendly and enemy forces is la... more »cking, one result is often the unintentional placement of fire on one's own troops. This book explores the results and reasons of artillery, air, antiaircraft and ground amicicide and draws conclusions.« less