The answer is "Short, with few American casualties."
In 1991, only 148 American soldieres were killed in action. The First Gulf War went from August 1990 to late February 1991, though real combat only took place in early 1991.
The Persian Gulf War was short, with few American casualties.
Following the growing tensions between Iraq and Kuwait and the annexation of Kuwait by Iraq, the coalition force including troops from the defence services of 35 nations attacked Iraq in August 1990. The war operations lasted for only seven months.
This war was considered to be a short war as the span of seven months is very small compared to the spans of the American Civil War and that of the first and the second world wars. The casualty on the side of Iraq was reported to be around 50,000 including civilians, whereas, that on the side of coalition force was a little less than 300.
answer: (fluidity)is the correct answer.
explanation: because of this characteristic, success on the battlefield depends in large part on the ability to adapt to proactively change events to our advantage as well as to react quickly to constantly changing conditions
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