Battle Analysis Methodology

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Battle Analysis Methodology: The Battle of Imphal
SSG Rolando Tucker
SLC School

Many different wars in many different parts of the world have affected the categorization and organization of our country today. Not only have these wars had lasting impacts and severe impulses on our country, they each have their own unique individual way they have lead to developments and improvements of our United States Military Forces.
In the Indian National army remember the memories and records of members they offer a little understanding the Japanese army that Subhas Chandra Bose. So India National Army did plant and grew there military and nationalism of Indian community of Malaya. Both groups experience the distinctions themselves as Indians
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Weapon systems used in this battle include tanks, rifles, guns, and some air strikes. As many military units and tactical forces today, during this battle, tactics of invading the boundaries were used when the Japanese initially ended Imphal and Kohima. It was only the perimeter, the main supplies, vehicles, and heavy fire was that was located and maintained the ability to move. They concluded that Imphal was central to this offensive and to counter it, they would attack and take Imphal. The Japanese also had air support led by the Japanese Army Air Force. Fighter bombs took procession and attacked British and Indian supply shacks, roads, and a very notable bridge, the Chindwin River, cutting off any idea of a sneak attack or unplanned enemy fire from the British. Their plan was to isolate each unit individually as they broke through the perimeter to capture Imphal. Soldiers carried armor and artillery parts on the back of their horses. The most significant Allied victory was Britain’s strategic ability to transport aircraft. Allies could fly in more troops, supplies, and equipment into the airstrips in Imphal before and even during the monsoon weather. By the end of the battle, Britain had flown in some 12,000 men and 19,000 tons of supplies and equipment to…show more content…
The 1st mission to India was given to Sir Stafford Cripps in 1942 on behalf the British government but the Indian politicians rejected all proposals. The congresses leaders they support the Independence Resolution and approve the arrival of the commission in their government the bourgeoisie have again retreated, all bourgeois parties under the same proposal to Nehru the
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