Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army [May-June 2022]   [open pdf - 49MB]

This May-June 2022 edition of "Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army" features the following articles: "Building the Russian Concept of Operations in the Baltic Sea Region: An Experimental Approach" by Frederik Wintermans; "Multi-Domain Warfighting in NATO: The 1 German-Netherlands Corps View" by Andreas Marlow and Wilson C. Blythe Jr.; "On Biological War" by Al Mauroni; "A Mission of Mercy amidst Terror, Death, and Despair: The Story of the National Relief Boat in the Great Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878" by James D. Campbell Jr.; "Protection of Civilians in Robust Peacekeeping Operations: The Role of United Nations Special Operations Units" by Josias Marcos de Resende Silva; "The Strategic Competition for Partnership: Inside Views from the Backbench: An Aide's Observations of Senior Leader Engagements" by Sarah Melville; "Assessing Mars: A Holistic Framework for Land Forces Analysis" by Andrew L. Chadwick; "The Theater Army's Central Role in Integrated Deterrence" by Justin Magula; "Kicking the Beehive: Reimagining Manned-Unmanned Teaming in Multi-Domain Operations" by Clayton B. Jaksha; "How to Keep Changing an Army: Adjusting Modernization in the Age of Loitering Munitions" by Ryan Orsini; "The Tactical Considerations of Augmented and Mixed Reality Implementation" by Jan Kallberg, Victor Beitelman, Victor Mitsuoka, Jeremiah Pittman, Michael W. Boyce, and Todd W. Arnold; and "History While It's Hot: How a Group of U.S. Army Combat Historians Helped Preserve the GI's [general issue] Perspective in Europe during World War II" by Carson Teuscher.

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Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army (May-June 2022), v.102 no.3
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