Academic journal article Military Review

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Academic journal article Military Review

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Article excerpt

As we ease into the fall months, the staff at Military Review is in the process of transitioning to the Army Press, a joint effort between Military Review and the Combat Studies Institute. The intent of this enhanced organization is to effectively identify, encourage, and support authors who want their articles, books, and monographs published in Department of Defense and Army center of excellence publications, such as Military Review, or other military-related publications, blogs, or websites.

Many talented individuals worked long and hard to turn the Army Press concept into reality. I am confident this organization will be a highly valued asset to the recently announced Army University and a great resource for the entire Army. Look for more information on the Army Press in future issues of this journal.

In this edition of Military Review, Maj. Gen. Wayne Grigsby and a team of subject matter experts discuss how using good judgement in the application of Army mission command principles provided unique solutions to the unique problems faced by Combined Joint Task Force--Horn of Africa while conducting theater security cooperation missions.

Also in this issue, Maj. Theresa Ford demonstrates how applying the Army's seventh warfighting function--engagement--will help soldiers work more effectively with nations, regional partners, and indigenous populations. She discusses the need for soldiers to understand religion's importance and to develop skills for building relationships in communities where religion plays a central role. …

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