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This index presents a list of terms and concepts that occur in the book Investigating Operational Incidents in a Military Context: Law, Justice, Politics. 'Operational incidents' is a broad term used to denote misconduct, misdeeds or mishaps that occur on operations, whether they concern, for example: the mistreatment of enemy soldiers; offences against civilians; conflict of varying levels within one's own forces; or accidents that lead to injury or death within a theatre of operations. The need for investigating operational incidents is evident, since they are a threat to the good order and functioning of a military that has been given a specific task to accomplish.

Keywords: military; operational incidents



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