He was moved to the Bureau of Topography of the Committee of Public Safety and sought unsuccessfully to be transferred to Constantinople in order to offer his services to the Sultan .  During this period, he wrote the romantic novella Clisson et Eugénie , about a soldier and his lover, in a clear parallel to Bonaparte's own relationship with Désirée.  On 15 September, Bonaparte was removed from the list of generals in regular service for his refusal to serve in the Vendée campaign. He faced a difficult financial situation and reduced career prospects. 
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In 2006, about 12–15% of Hezbollah's forces were part of ATGM teams.  They successfully integrated ATGM teams with indirect fire, which gave the group the ability to reposition their forces and conduct more efficient ambushes.  ATGM teams could engage Israel at a range of several kilometers, giving Hezbollah standoff capability.  The New York Times reports that 20% of ATGM attacks on tanks caused casualties or penetrated armor,  but Israeli military reports suggest this number was higher, at 45%.  Hezbollah fought battles of maneuver and attacked fortified Israeli positions.  Hezbollah conducted ambushes that separated Israeli infantry from armor units and inflicted more casualties per Arab fighter than any of Israel's previous opponents.  However, ATGM teams had poor night-fighting capacity and were slow to regroup when retreating.