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Millennium Challenge 2002 - When Iran beat America

 
Dionysus
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Millennium Challenge 2002 - When Iran beat America
In 2002 the United States conducted a wargame simulating America vs a fictional Middle Eastern country. The U.S. had advanced weaponry while the adversary did not. The US lost.

Read or watch about it here



[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Trump is doing the smartest thing by demoralizing Tehran and sanctioning Iran. Internal revolution is the best course of action for everyone. Israel, Iran, SA and US.

You can’t just Hiroshima and Nagasaki the Allahu Akbar out of these hardline Islamists.

Last Edited by Dionysus on 01/09/2020 06:38 AM
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Re: Millennium Challenge 2002 - When Iran beat America
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"Since the wargame allowed for a ship-to-shore landing of ground troops at some (unknown) point during the 14 day exercise, and because the naval force was substantial, the force was positioned on the shore-side of the region's active shipping lanes to keep them from impacting commerce during the exercise. This placed them in close proximity to the Red shore rather than at a "standoff" distance. Conducting the wargames during peacetime also meant that there were a large number of friendly/unaligned ships and aircraft in the zone, restricting the use of automated defense systems and more cautious Rules of Engagement. Red's tactics took full advantage of these factors, and to great effect."
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Come on now...

"Since the wargame allowed for a ship-to-shore landing of ground troops at some (unknown) point during the 14 day exercise, and because the naval force was substantial, the force was positioned on the shore-side of the region's active shipping lanes to keep them from impacting commerce during the exercise. This placed them in close proximity to the Red shore rather than at a "standoff" distance. Conducting the wargames during peacetime also meant that there were a large number of friendly/unaligned ships and aircraft in the zone, restricting the use of automated defense systems and more cautious Rules of Engagement. Red's tactics took full advantage of these factors, and to great effect."
 Quoting: CosmicFire


Link?
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Re: Millennium Challenge 2002 - When Iran beat America
Come on now...

"Since the wargame allowed for a ship-to-shore landing of ground troops at some (unknown) point during the 14 day exercise, and because the naval force was substantial, the force was positioned on the shore-side of the region's active shipping lanes to keep them from impacting commerce during the exercise. This placed them in close proximity to the Red shore rather than at a "standoff" distance. Conducting the wargames during peacetime also meant that there were a large number of friendly/unaligned ships and aircraft in the zone, restricting the use of automated defense systems and more cautious Rules of Engagement. Red's tactics took full advantage of these factors, and to great effect."
 Quoting: CosmicFire


Link?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11734543


The first paragraph of OP's Wikipedia link.





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