Tag Archives: Insurgent

Werewolves!

Decentralized resistance movements require true autonomy, yet the difficulty and enhanced liabilities that come with insurgent life make them difficult to sustain. Sabotage, assassination and attacks on infrastructure have been the mainstay of guerilla units since before the use of … Continue reading

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Stratfor on Insurgency

Protracted War: “The insurgent strategy of fighting a long, protracted war means that insurgents’ recent withdrawals from cities and towns in Yemen, Syria and Somalia do not necessarily mean that the wars in those regions will end anytime soon.” “One … Continue reading

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The Insurgent’s Health Care Plight

In Chapter 7 of The Art of War, Sun Tzu writes, “if an army is without its equipment it will lose; if an army is without its provisions it will lose; if the army is without its stores it will … Continue reading

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Kabul embassy offensive

From Bill Roggio and the Long War Journal: Coordinated Haqqani attacks across Afghanistan In Kabul, the Taliban targeted seven different locations in the Wazir Akbar Khan district, which hosts foreign embassies, an ISAF base, and other sensitive installations. The Taliban … Continue reading

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The Burning Tanker

I watched it burn for days.  Four days straight before I had a one day break.  Then I watched it smoldering for another three.  Quite an odd sight to witness five thousand liters of gasoline going up in flames with … Continue reading

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