The capacity of the Australian army to conduct and sustain land force operations.
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Published by Land Warfare Studies Centre in Duntroon ACT .
Written in English


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Previous (1st) ed., 1999.

SeriesWorking paper / Land Warfare Studies Centre -- no.106
ContributionsLand Warfare Studies Centre.
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Open LibraryOL19435035M
ISBN 100642295212
OCLC/WorldCa42950895

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