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        PublishersRAND
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        LC Classifications2009
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 69 p. :
        Number of Pages75
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100833047450
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        2Occasional paper (Rand Corporation) -- OP-258-OSD.
        3Occasional paper -- OP-258-OSD

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Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. It fell upon CORDS to staff the district Phoenix centers with over 700 advisors, mostly military intelligence lieutenants. The Phoenix program was further handicapped by its lack of operational capability.

CORDS and the CIA funded and staffed the Intelligence Coordination and Exploitation ICEX program, which was renamed Phoenix in 1968.

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After February 1967, intelligence coordination functions took place under the auspices of the Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support command CORDS. However the CIA lacked sufficient staff to place advisors at the district level. For five years during the Vietnam War, as part of its counterinsurgency strategy, the United States executed Phoenix Program, against the Viet Cong Infrastructure VCI. The lack of CIA expertise meant that these advisors had their hands full learning how to run intelligence operations.

The HVT experience in Iraq should The Phoenix program and contemporary counterinsurgency established as a best practice in counterinsurgency and juxtaposed with the Vietnam experience to illustrate why best practices matter.

This study argues that as part of its counterinsurgency effort against this threat, the United States must neutralize the militant Islamic infrastructure MI2 that enables the insurgency's global attacks.

Today, the United States is faced with another insurgency, conducted by militant Islamic fundamentalist organizations that seek the overthrow of friendly regimes, the reestablishment of an Islamic caliphate, and the eventual overthrow of Western civilization.

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