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Theory of War
THE PATH NOT TAKE YET  

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MODERN CONFLICT : THE REALITY  

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KNOWING THE ART OF WAR 2000  

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MAN AND WAR  

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TOWARDS ACHIEVING INTEGRATED BATTLE COMMAND  

If I attemted to answer the mass of futile correspondence that surrounds me, I should be debarred from all serious business of compaigning...I shall see that no officer under my command is debarred,by attending to the futile driveling of mere quill driving in your Lordship office, from attending to his first duty, which is and always has been,so to train the private men that they may without question, beat any force opposed to them in the ...Read more >

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THEORY AND NATURE OF WAR  

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THE AMERICAN WAY OF WAR THROUGH 2020  

A distinctive American Way of War emerged in the post-Cold War period as the United States engaged in nine sizable combat or near-combat (Haiti) operations, beginning with Panama in 1989 and continuing through Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. This American Way of War is characterized by deliberate, sometimes agonizing, decision-making, careful planning, assembly and movement of “overwhelming” forces, the use of a combination of air and ground forces, joint and combined, applied with precision, ...Read more >

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HOW HAS WAR CHANGED SINCE THE END OF THE COLD WAR  

War has several contexts most prominently the political, social,cultural and technological.When we discuss how war has changed, it is vital not to fall into the error of treating it as if it were an autonomous henomenon. Concern that that is happening is the first of four caveats worth noting regarding the character of the current process of U.S. military transformation. Some of the grammar of war assuredly has changed since 1989, to put the matter in Clausewitzian terms, but not the primacy ...Read more >

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FIGHTING STUPID, DEFENDING SMART  

Thousands of Innocent Americans were attacked and murdered on 11 September 2001. The war that many of us feared and anticipated, to use Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) Dov S. Zakheim’s words, has arrived.1 The enemy abducted and used instruments of American global aerospace power—our own fuel- and passenger-laden long-range commercial airliners—against us with hateful and perhaps strategic effect. The attacks seemed directed against our people- our most precious asset- and the enemy’s ...Read more >

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SHOCK-BASED OPERATIONS  

It is only a slight exaggeration to say that hardly a day goes by without the introduction of some remarkable development in the fields of information technology or bioenvironmental science. Such advances have had extraordinary consequences not only for industry, academia, medicine and the social sciences, but also for warfare. In fact, while it is reasonable to suggest that many previous military-inspired scientific breakthroughs paved the way for a wide variety of spin-off societal ...Read more >

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ABRAMS DOCTRINE : HAS IT BEEN ABUSED IN THE GWOT  

The effects of mobilization on Reserve Soldiers’ employers must be closely monitored if the United States plans to maintain a strong and flexible Reserve Force. The Reserve Component Soldier is quite unique in the world today. America’s RC system requires traditional training of one weekend per month and fifteen consecutive days of training per year. Reserve Soldiers rely on their civilian occupation for the remaining 326 days a year. That is, the Army is not the Reserve Soldier’s primary ...Read more >

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SECURITY TRANSITION AND RECONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS JOINT OPERATING CONCEPT  

This concept describes the challenges the United States and its coalition partners will face and proposes solutions to these challenges while identifying the capabilities required to implement the proposed solutions. Additionally, this concept explicates 10 principles to guide a joint force commander’s thought process in developing a coherent strategy for conducting security, transition and reconstruction operations associated with major conventional ...Read more >

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