Korea: Sustaining Operation KILLER
Published on: May 22, 2020
This short film discusses Operation Killer (1951), the second major counteroffensive launched by the United Nations Command forces during the Korean War.
Large-scale combat operations rely heavily upon available technology to meet the logistical demands of decisive action. Through a consideration of sustainment operations during Operation Killer, we can study how leaders organized their sources of supply to overcome the obstacles of weather, terrain, and a dedicated enemy.
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