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unconventional warfare

[¦ən·kən′ven·chən·əl ′wȯr‚fer]
(ordnance)
A type of warfare that includes the interrelated fields of guerrilla warfare, evasion and escape, and subversion, in which operations are conducted within enemy or enemy-controlled territory by predominantly indigenous personnel, usually supported and directed in varying degrees by an external source.
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The Senate NATO Observer Group has an expanded mission to closely monitor and inform senators outside of national security committees about defense spending commitments of Alliance members, the process of upgrading military capabilities, the Alliances counter-terrorism capability, NATO enlargement and the ability of NATO member states to address non-conventional warfare.
Under Shaheen and Tillis guidance, the Senate NATO Observer Group expanded its mission to closely monitor and inform Senators outside of national security committees about defense spending commitments of Alliance members, the process of upgrading military capabilities, the Alliances counter-terrorism capability and the ability of NATO member states to address non-conventional warfare. The NATO Summit will convene Alliance members to engage on national security issues impacting member states and the global community at-large, and to strengthen transatlantic bonds.
"A partnership based first on cooperation across a broad range of areas, from cyber and non-conventional warfare, to counter-terrorism and counter-improvised explosive device, as well as maritime security and disaster relief," he added.
The exercise will continue for several weeks with the aim of strengthening mutual military relations between the two sides, enhancing coordination and joint cooperation, unifying planning procedures and developing command and control operations in the battlefield under different war conditions and conventional and non-conventional warfare.

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