This March-April 2015 issue of "Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army" features the following articles: "Continuity and Change: The Army Operating Concept and Clear Thinking about Future War" by H.R. McMaster; "SHARP Realities: Perspectives in Tackling the Army's Number One Priority" by Peter Fromm; "Can Trust be Restored?" by Keith Ferguson; "Assignment: Special Assistant to the Commander" by Thomas Galvin; "Women in Combat: The Question of Standards" by Jude Eden; "Women in the Infantry: Understanding Issues of Physical Strength, Economics, and Small-Unit Cohesion" by Charles Rice; "What the Female Engagement Team Experience Can Teach Us About the Future of Women in Combat" by Ashley Nicolas; "The Art of Command and the Science of Control: Brigade Mission Command in Garrison and Operations" by Val Keaveny and Lance Oskey; "Ethics, Combat, and a Soldier's Decision to Kill" by Sean Wead; "Force and Faith in the American Experience" by Isaiah Wilson and Lee Robinson; "The Ignorant Counterinsurgent: Rethinking the Traditional Teacher-Student Relationship in Conflicts" by Ben Zweibelson; "The Anbar Awakening in Context... and Why It Is so Hard to Replicate" by Matthew Penney; "Retaking a District Center: A Case Study in the Application of Village Stability Operations" by Daniel Green; "Air-Sea Battle and the Danger of Fostering a Maginot Line Mentality" by Raymond Millen; and "Killing from the Inside Out: Moral Injury and Just War" by Douglas Pryer.
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Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army (March-April 2015), v.95, no.2