Marine Corps Intelligence Activity Uzbekistan Country Handbook

The following guide is part of a series of handbooks covering basic information and statistics about countries around the world produced by the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity. The handbooks are not released to the public.

Uzbekistan Country Handbook August 2009 288 pages Download
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1. This handbook provides basic reference information on Uzbekistan, including its geography, history, government, military forces, and communications and transportation networks. This information is intended to familiarize military personnel with local customs and area knowledge to assist them during their assignment to Uzbekistan.

2. This product is published under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Defense Intelligence Production Program (DoDIPP). This handbook has been published as a joint effort within the Department of Defense (DoD). This product reflects the coordinated U.S. Defense Intelligence Production Community position on Uzbekistan.

3. Dissemination and use of this publication is restricted to official military and government personnel from the United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.

4. The photos and text reproduced herein have been extracted solely for research, comment, and information reporting, and are intended for fair use by designated personnel in their official duties, including local reproduction for training. Further dissemination of copyrighted material contained in this document, to include excerpts and graphics, is strictly prohibited under Title 17, U.S. Code.

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2 comments for “Marine Corps Intelligence Activity Uzbekistan Country Handbook

  1. January 22, 2014 at 10:33 pm

    Probably a dumb question, but how did you get these handbooks?

  2. Animedude5555
    February 2, 2014 at 7:18 pm

    Don’t know for sure how PubIntel got them, but probably got them from leakers. Guess you haven’t heard of Bradly Manny, Edward Snowden, Wikileaks, Guardian Newspaper, and probably lesser names that haven’t made nightly news.

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