The project focuses on the evaluation and analysis of the causes, course and outcome of armed aggression United States, Britain and their allies against Iraq. Focuses on information warfare on both sides, as well as on developing new techniques and methods of armed confrontation in the modern world.
August 2, 1990 the Iraqi army invaded Kuwait.
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One of the American generals once said to reporters: "computers and the like "network-centric" things are good at the exercises and in the war with a weak opponent. They provide commanders with beautiful images and lots of information. But when in the trenches heard the command "fix bayonets!" – there comes a time to turn off the monitors and take up rifles". April 2, 2003 in the battle for the mastery bridge over the Euphrates river in Iraq, these words were confirmed in practice. Only a miracle saved the American battalion group from total destruction.
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A number of American experts at the Center for strategic and international studies employed to study the possible consequences of Iraqi campaign, noted that military action against Iraq will have adverse effects on U.S. relations with the Islamic world. The degree of adverse impact will be largely determined by the duration of the operation.
Air forces of the USA and the UK during the aggression against Iraq has taken a new approach to the conduct of air operations. According to the implemented by the U.S. army concept for the formation of the army of the twenty-first century, the actions of the air forces of the coalition are planned on the basis of operational analysis of the situation in the combat area and are shown as "operations on the basis of effects" ("effect-based operations"). This type of operation was worked out during large-scale exercises of "Millennium Challenge 2002", which took place in the summer of 2002, as well as during operations in Afghanistan against the Taliban.
After the events of 11 September 2001, Iraq has become one of the main objects of attacks by Washington, although direct proof of the governments of the involvement of the Iraqi regime to the terrorist attacks on the American site not available. Nevertheless, the U.S. believes that Iraq is on-par with Iran, poses a serious threat to security in the area of the old Persian-ski Bay, in the Middle East as a whole. Moreover, in the absence of control by the UN, Iraq was able during the year to resume production of ballistic missiles, chemical and biological weapons.