Academic journal article Military Review

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Academic journal article Military Review

Greetings!

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Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Mark Milley has repeatedly emphasized that readiness is the U.S. Army's number one priority. This issue of Military Review strives to support the chief of staff's vision by offering several articles that relate to Army readiness, especially its understanding of future conflicts.

In Bryan Port's "North Korean Collapse or Korean Reunification" the author examines how the U.S. Army can think about and prepare for the possible failure of the North Korean state. Sebastian Gorka's "How America Will Be Attacked: Irregular Warfare, the Islamic State, Russia, and China" shifts the focus to more immediate adversaries and the ways in which they present irregular and unconventional threats to the United States. In "Training for Decisive Action," Maj. Will Shoemate and Maj. Benjamin Jensen relate personal experiences along with historical examples to highlight ways the Army can provide training that ensures units are ready to conduct unified land operations through decisive action.

We appreciate the support of all the contributors to this edition of Military Review, and also encourage prospective writers to consider writing not only for Military Review, but also for the other divisions of the Army Press: the Army Press Online offers a venue for relatively quick publication of short, timely articles; the NCO Journal provides an opportunity to publish stories and insights pertinent to the Army's noncommissioned officers; and, for those interested in undertaking more ambitious projects of greater scope and depth, the Combat Studies Institute publishes fulllength books and monographs on military history and other topics of professional interest. …

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