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Military Review
THE POWER TO COERCE: COUNTERING ADVERSARIES WITHOUT GOING TO WAR  By David C. Gompert, Hans Binnendijk

The United States may find it increasingly hard, costly, and risky to use military force to counter the many and sundry threats to international security that will appear in the years to come. ...Read more >

42 Pages
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MILITARY PUBLIC DIPLOMACY  By Matthew Wallin

For more than a decade, the U.S. Military has been at the forefront of America’s interaction with overseas populations. In countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, members of the U.S. Armed Forces have often been ...Read more >

46 Pages
5.19 MB
EMPLOYING THE ARMY HEALTH SYSTEM OUTSIDE THE MAIN GATE  By MAJ John W. Taylor III

In the aftermath of large natural disasters inside the United States, the survivors of the affected area historically suffer for a protracted amount of time until outside help reaches the region. ...Read more >

68 Pages
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POLITICAL AND SOCIO ECONOMIC CHANGE: REVOLUTIONS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE U.S. MILITARY  By John R. Deni

The United States Army War College educates and develops leaders for service at the strategic level while advancing knowledge in the global application of Land ...Read more >

91 Pages
991.69 KB
ARE WE WINNING  By Emily Mushen and Jonathan Schroden

“Are we winning?” That simple question has proven decidedly difficult for the U.S. military to answer at various times in its history, and in recent decades has given rise to formal processes for trying to measure ...Read more >

56 Pages
521.63 KB
US ARMY TRAINING AND EDUCATION MODERNIZATION STRATEGY  

Training and educating Army leaders, Soldiers, and Civilians is the key to the Army’s future sucess. To be successful, the Army requires modernized, integrated, and adaptive ...Read more >

67 Pages
1.55 MB
WIN IN A COMPLEX WORLD  By RAYMOND T. ODIERNO

The Army Operating Concept (AOC) describes how future Army forces will prevent conflict, shape security environments, and win wars while operating as part of our Joint Force and working with multiple partners. ...Read more >

56 Pages
1.01 MB
THE FY2015 DEFENSE BUDGET AND THE QDR: KEY TRENDS AND DATA POINTS  By Anthony H. Cordesman

FY2015 Defense Spending Request Already Back to Minimum Post-Cold War Burden on the ...Read more >

155 Pages
4.35 MB
SPECIAL OPERATIONS  By DAVID L. GOLDFEIN,

This publication has been prepared under the direction of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS). It sets forth joint doctrine to govern the activities and performance of the Armed Forces of the United States in joint operations and provides the doctrinal ...Read more >

183 Pages
1.35 MB
MILITARY REVIEW : VOLUME 92 MAY-JUNE 2014  

WELCOME to the first ever full-color issue of Military Review. We think color will add a positive dynamic and enhance the quality of our ...Read more >

100 Pages
67.90 MB
INSURGENCIES AND COUNTERING INSURGENCIESP  

Field Manual (FM) 3-24/ Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 3-33.5 provides doctrine for Army and Marine units that are countering an ...Read more >

200 Pages
5.67 MB
BETTER MANAGEMENT CONTROLS ARE NEEDED TO OVERSEE THE ARMY MODULAR FORCE AND EXPANSION INITIATIVES AND IMPROVE ACCOUNTABILITY FOR RESULTS  

The Army is making progress in establishing modular units but has not established sufficient management controls to provide accountability for results and facilitate transparency of the Army overall funding needs for modular units and force expansion. By the end of fiscal year 2007, the Army established 138 of 190 planned modular units; however, all 10 units GAO visited that had converted to modular designs continue to have some equipment and personnel challenges, including shortfalls in key ...Read more >

47 Pages
1.17 MB
COMBATING WMD : CHALLENGES FOR THE NEXT 10 YEARS  

Since its inception in 1994, the Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction (previously the Center for Counterproliferation Research) has been at the forefront of research on the consequences of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) for American security. Originally focusing on threats to the Armed Forces, the WMD Center now also applies its expertise and body of research to the challenges of homeland defense and security. In February 2004, President George W. Bush commended the Center for ...Read more >

54 Pages
1.37 MB
PRIVATE MILITARY CONTRACTORS  By Matt Hipple

In a week-long operation in June 2010, 6 vessels were attacked and robbed over a 130-mile span while in a nearby strait armed security contractors kept watch for the pirate threat. ...Read more >

21 Pages
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