Modern armies are planned and structured to fight massive World War
II-type operations involving the large-scale movements of tanks and
machinery across continents. In fact they are rarely called upon to
participate in such conflicts. It is far more common for them to
find themselves involved in lower-level, ill-defined, politically
charged, messy situations known collectively as unconventional
warfare, typified by the 1990s conflicts in Somalia, Haiti, Rwanda,
El Salvador and Nicaragua.
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