Military Review, The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army [January-February 2015] [open pdf - 14MB]
"Military Review is a refereed journal that provides a forum for original thought and debate on the art and science of land warfare and other issues of current interest to the U.S. Army and the Department of Defense. Military Review also supports the education, training, doctrine development, and integration missions of the Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas." This January-February 2015 edition includes the following articles: ""Toward a Strong and Sustainable Defense Enterprise" by Chuck Hagel; "International Security Assistance Force joint Command 2014" by Joseph Anderson and Matthew M. McCreary; "Preparing Soldiers for Uncertainty" by Jonathan Due, Nathan Finney, and Joe Byerly; "A Paradigm of Dialogue and Trust" by Robert Scaife and Packard J. Mills; "Deniers of 'The Truth:' Why an Agnostic Approach to Warefare is Key" by Grant M. Martin; "Back to the Future: Managing Training to 'Win in a Complex World'" by Paul Lushenko and David Hammerschmidt; "The Training Brain Repository--Exercise Design Tool for Home-Station Training" by David G. Paschal and Alan L. Gunnerson; "Perfection of Process Does Not Equal Perfect Understanding" by David Oakley; "Networking and Generalship Across the Anglo-Pacific" by Matt Cavanaugh and Nick Howard; "Winning Trust Under Fire" by Aaron A. Bazin; "Ethics and the Enhanced Soldier of the Near Future" by Dave Shunk; "Is a Greater Russia Really So Bad?" by George Michael; "Operation Atlantic Resolve: A Case Study in Effective Communication Strategy" by Jesse Granger; and "A Raid Too Far: Operation Lam Son 719 and Vietnamization in Laos and Invation of Laos, 1971: Lam Son 719" by Thomas E. Hanson.
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Military Review (January-February 2015), v.95 no.1