The Infantry has been the mainstay of all operations during war as well as in the ongoing low intensity operations in our troubled states.
What does LIO stand for?
LIO stands for Low Intensity Operations
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We have 24 other meanings of LIO in our Acronym Attic
- Legal Information Online
- Lesser Included Offense
- Limon, Costa Rica (Airport code)
- Lithium Organic (battery)
- Load In/Out
- Local Infrastructure Organisation (UK)
- Local Intelligence Officers (England)
- Lock In/Lock Out
- London Improvisers Orchestra (UK)
- Low Input/Output (printers)
- Laser-Induced Opto-Acoustic Spectroscopy
- Laser-Induced Optical Breakdown (physics)
- Legal Issues on Burma (journal)
- Love in Our Bond (Phi Mu Sorority Parting Wish to Fellow Sisters)
- Low Income Oversight Board (California)
- Lanka Indian Oil Corporation (Sri Lanka)
- Logical Input/Output Control System
- Long Island Occupational and Environmental Health Center (New York)
- Lie in Our Graves (song)
- Lithography Log
Samples in periodicals archive:
27) Kitson devoted a whole chapter in his seminal book Low Intensity Operations to education and training, identifying four imperatives that are as valid today as when he wrote them: * The importance of attuning "men's minds to cope with the environment of this sort of war.
I know it is unreasonable to expect to find classic counterinsurgency works like David Galula's Counterinsurgency Warfare, John McCuen's The Art of Counter-Revolutionary War: The Strategy of Counter-Insurgency, Sir Robert Thompson's Defeating Communist Insurgency, Jean Larteguy's novel The Centurions or Frank Kitson's Low Intensity Operations on the list.