Academic journal article Military Review

From the Editor

Academic journal article Military Review

From the Editor

Article excerpt

In this issue, Military Review focuses on three themes: United We Stand, Global Threats, and Emerging Doctrine.

United We Stand contains articles about the ongoing war against terrorism and homeland defense. Retired General Gordon Sullivan and retired Lieutenant General Frederic Brown examine America's Army as it continues to prosecute the war against terrorism. Lieutenant Colonel Michael Flynn considers countermeasures installations can take against the threats of terrorism. Lieutenant Colonel John Trippon explains anthrax, how it works, and what steps to take against it.

Global Terrorism reports on the potential terrorist threat in South America. During an interview with Military Review, General Mora, commander, Colombian Army, answers questions about terrorism in Colombia and the Colombian Army's operations against it. Fort Leavenworth's Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO) provides an indepth look at insurgency and its connection with global terrorism. Graham Turbiville, FMSO's director, reviews the history of Islamic revolution in the Philippines and its bloody engagement with the U.S. Army in the early part of the 20th century. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Geoffrey Demarest reveals how insurgents use safe havens to facilitate their agendas. Retired Colonel William Mendel investigates Paraguay's emerging role in terrorist operations. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Kipp analyzes Russia's role in the war against terrorism. …

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