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Articles from Vol. 92, No. 6, November/December

65th Infantry Regiment/COL Graves Responds
LTC Baltazar Soto, U.S. Army Reserve, Retired- I want to discuss some points about COL Thomas Graves' article "General Richard Cavazos and the Korean War, 1953" (July-August 2012 Military Review). In the article he states that the 65th Infantry Regiment...
An Army Outgunned-A Response
MR LettersMr. Matt Walker and Mr. Rob Harbison, Lethality Branch, Soldier Requirement Division, MCO-In Dr. Joseph P. Avery's article "An Army Outgunned" (Military Review, July-August 2012) he poses some excellent hypotheses about improving U.S. Army...
Just War Theory and Democrazation by Force
Joseph P. Avery, Ph.D., National Security and Foreign Policy-Dr. Cora Sol Goldstein's article "Just War Theory and Democratization by Force: Two Incompatible Agendas" (September-October 2012, Military Review) is an excellent and thoughtprovoking article...
McNAMARA, CLIFFORD, AND THE BURDENS OF VIETNAM, 1965-1969 Secretaries of Defense Historical Series Vol. VI
McNAMARA, CLIFFORD, AND THE BURDENS OF VIETNAM, 1965-1969 Secretaries of Defense Historical Series Vol. VI, Edward J. Drea, Historical Office Office of the Secretary of Defense Washington, DC, 2011, 694 pages, $68.00AS SECRETARY OF defense from 1961...
Reframing Army Doctrine: Operational Art, the Science of Control, and Critical Thinkin G
ARMY DOCTRINE FRAMES planning actions along a continuum ranging from "conceptual" on one end to "detailed" on the other. One end is the domain of conceptual planning where ends, objectives, concepts of operations, and commanders' intents are developed;...
Spectrum of What?
A DECADE OF CONFLICT has refined and expanded our understanding of war. Our lexicon must change as well. Operations to stabilize under-governed regions and manage internal instability, once thought to be "operations other than war" or "low-intensity...
The Next Time We Reinvent Someone Else's Country
William Thayer, San Diego CA-In Major General Michael Symanski's excellent article, "The Next Time We Reinvent Someone's Else's Country . . . " (September-October 2012, Military Review), his "scar tissue learning" integrates the theories of political...
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