What is Anticrop warfare?

Page 5. ANTI-CROP BIOLOGICAL WARFARE. 307. the intentional cultivation or production of pathogenic bacteria, fungi, viruses, rick- ettsia, and their toxic products, as well as certain chemical compounds, for the purpose of producing disease or death in men, animals, or crops.

How can agroterrorism be prevented?

Partnerships—the best way to prevent an agroterrorism attack and the only way to contain one—must be created among local farmers, truckers, feedlot owners, and other critical members of the food-supply chain.

How effective was the AEF on the Western Front in 1918?

The AEF was not the most tactically or logistically competent force on the Western Front in 1918. Due to a host of factors, the divisions of the AEF probably varied more in quality than the divisions of any other nation. Units that fought early and often, such as the 1st, 2nd, 32nd, and 42nd divisions, became surprisingly effective.

How effective were the Allies’ operations in 1917 and 1918?

With ample resources, appropriate doctrine, better trained troops and increasing tempo, the allies’ operations during 1917 and particularly 1918 were more dynamic and effective than those of the first two years of positional warfare.

What was the Western Front campaign like in 1918?

The 1918 western front campaign was much more fluid than that of previous years, with well-equipped armies trained in modern methods trading blow for powerful blow in a fight to the finish. Rather than being confined to one small section, 1918’s battles would ripple along the whole western front.

What is anti-aircraft warfare?

). NATO defines anti-aircraft warfare (AAW) as “measures taken to defend a maritime force against attacks by airborne weapons launched from aircraft, ships, submarines and land-based sites”. In some armies the term All-Arms Air Defence (AAAD) is used for air defence by nonspecialist troops.