A NATO Extended Conflict Without Middle East Oil
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
Pagination or Media Count:
The paper evaluated the threat of loss of the Middle East petroleum resources to the NATO nations, and to analyze the nature of impact which such a loss would have upon the employment of a given NATO ground and tactical air force in an extended conflict. The reality of the threat, crude oil reserves, crude oil production, refining capacities, refined production, demand for refined production, and NATO force petroleum requirements were examined.
- Government and Political Science