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Unformatted text preview: FILE NAME HOOCH <Tournament> 2009-2010 <Your Name> Last printed 1 FILE NAME HOOCH <Tournament> 2009-2010 <Your Name> SOUTH KOREA 2AC BLOCKS 2.0 Last printed 2 FILE NAME HOOCH <Tournament> 2009-2010 <Your Name> Last printed ***TOPICALITY 3 FILE NAME HOOCH <Tournament> 2009-2010 <Your Name> T Must Be All Military 2AC---We meet plan withdraws ground forces resolution doesnt specify removing all military forces just presence ---Their interpretation is bad: Overlimits topic would consist of 3 good affs that have literature removing parts of the military key to strategic affs and research Ground prevents core generics based off of shifting strategy or troops ---Military means land forces AMERICAN HERITAGE DICTIONARY 200 9 (Military, http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/military) 4. Of or relating to land forces. And presence refers to soldiers The Oxford Essential Dictionary of the U.S. Military, 2 (by Oxford University Press, Inc . All rights reserved, republished and cited as US Military Dictionary at: http://www.answers.com/topic/presence) US Military Dictionary: presence n. a group of people, especially soldiers or police, stationed in a particular place : maintain a presence in the region.---Prefer it: Limits limits the topic to only removing ground troops prevents things like small TNW affs but still allows for predictability Most real world military historians refer to military as only ground forces Mahan 1911 (Alfred Thayer Mahan, Naval strategy compared and contrasted with the principles and practice of military operations on land: lectures delivered at U.S. Naval War College, Newport, R.I., between the years 1887-1911, pp. 121-122) The definitions of strategy, as usually given, continue the application of the word to military combinations , which embrace one or more fields of operations, either wholly distinct or mutually dependent, but always regarded as actual or immediate scenes of war. However this may be on shore, a French writer is unquestionably right in pointing out that such a definition is too narrow for naval strategy. This , he says, differs from military strategy, in that it is as necessary in peace as in war . Indeed, in peace it may gain its most decisive victories by occupying in a country, either by purchase or treaty, excellent positions which would perhaps hardly be got in war. may gain its most decisive victories by occupying in a country, either by purchase or treaty, excellent positions which would perhaps hardly be got in war....
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