52 Mil. L. & L. War Rev. 81 (2013)
Air and Missile Warfare under International Humanitarian Law

handle is hein.journals/mllwr52 and id is 82 raw text is: MILITARY LAW AND THE LAW OF WAR REVIEW 52/1 (2013)

Air and Missile Warfare
Under International Humanitarian Law
PROFESSOR YORAM DINSTEIN
Table of Contents
I.   General Dahinden, AMPLE and the AMW Manual..................... 81
II.  Some General Observations on Air and Missile Warfare ............. 83
III. Drones                          ....................................... 85
IV   The Protection of Civilians  ............................. 87
V   Neutrality and Related Subjects............ ................. 88
VI. Controversy, Exclusion and Inclusion... ................ 90
VII. Conclusion..    ..........................    .......... 91
I. General Dahinden, AMPLE and the AMW Manual
This contribution is dedicated to the memory of General Erwin
Dahinden: a friend, a colleague and a founding father of AMPLE.
AMPLE stands for Air and Missile [Warfare] Programme of Legal
Education. Erwin played an indispensable leadership role in launching
AMPLE into orbit in 2010 (under the aegis of the Geneva Centre for
Security Policy), and I have had the honour of serving as its Academic
Director.
AMPLE is a training project designed for military officers (both
legal advisers and ops officers), especially - albeit by no means
exclusively - those serving in the Air Force. So far, approximately
a dozen AMPLE training courses have been held, across the world,
either in a single country and on the regional level. Each course
consists of a series lectures interlaced with small study groups of
participants working on a hypothetical scenario, culminating with a
debrief predicated on their conclusions.
The AMPLE team uses as a basic tool of instruction the Manual on
Air and Missile Warfare (AMW Manual) - consisting of 175 Black-
Letter Rules divided into 24 Sections - produced by an international
Group of Experts (under the auspices of the Program on Humanitarian
Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University) and finalized

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