The following articles are featured in this Winter 2014 issue of the Naval War College Review: "Trends in Modern War Gaming: The Art of Conversation" by Hank J. Brightman and Melissa K. Dewey; "Your Boss, Players, and Sponsor: The Three Witches of War Gaming" by Stephen Downes-Martin; "The Idea of a 'Fleet in Being' in Historical Perspective" by John B. Hattendorf; "Kamikazes: The Soviet Legacy" by Maksim Y. Tokarev; "'Winning' the Pacific War: The Masterful Strategy of Commander Minoru Genda" by Angelo N. Caravaggio; "Was There Something Unique to the Japanese That Lost Them the Battle of Midway?" by James P. Levy; "Strength in Numbers: The Remarkable Potential of (Really) Small Combatants" by Jimmy Drennan; and "Reflections on Leadership" by Christopher H. Johnson.
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Naval War College Review (Winter 2014), v.67 no.1