peacekeeping campaigns had an unclear objective and did not

peacekeeping missions were seen
spending the world. These peacekeeping missions however for the Army
were not able to intervene unless both nations wanted them to. The force
of the Army was to use their power advances to keep the peace. The
United States is one of the strongest superpowers where able to keep the
peace by stopping smaller and less experienced nations. Most of
these campaigns had an unclear objective and did not last long. One of
the challenges, however, was how the army saw its mission. The army
believed its primary function should be to fight and win wars. In
peacekeeping operations, the Army did neither of these. Although
missions changed day to day the Army was not happy about peacekeeping.
Another clear challenge was the type of enemy the Army was facing.
Paramilitary, military and other non-traditional forces faced the Army
which was a new for them. Along with these militia forces, the Enemy was
mostly unknown. In unknown environments with unknown forced the Army
struggled processing who was who. Lastly was the Understanding between
multinational forces. Many times the difference in politics along with
interpretation of rules. This miss understanding of rules
especially goes along with how to engage forces in operation. With
an unclear objective and miscommunication between nations. Peacekeeping
between multinational forces became increasingly more difficult. Such
miscommunication and open interpretation of rules allowed for missions
like black hawk down to happen. The U.S was now open to trying
disarmament efforts to stop the warlord from taking control. Already
millions of civilians were dying from hunger and the goal here was help
the people but would ultimately lead to the U.S withdraw. In
this missions Although, the Army was ready and handled peacekeeping
operations. Their main focus was not that of peacekeeping and by doing
so their mission readiness could drop.