The Asia-Pacific region is rapidly emerging as a major focus of American interest. Since America's acknowledgement of Asia's importance in the 2010 National Security Strategy, the United States has sought means and developed methods with which to enhance engagement in the region.
These papers represent different recommendations by six different Army War College students. Additive to the experience of the AAN Seminar students, Futures Seminar students and faculty further contribute to the Army’s understanding of the future force by substantively participating in force development experimentation, wargames and symposia.
These papers represent 23 different recommendations by twenty-three different Army War College students. Some ideas and recommendations are specific and affect narrow slices of the Army; others are broad and span multiple services or components. Some are tactical; others strategic.
These papers represent seventeen different recommendations by 17 different Army War College students. In their words they look to add one small bit of perspective to one small piece of the very large question, “What kind of Army will we need in 2025 and beyond?”
Why did the observations of the Delafield commission to the Crimea War (1855-1856) and Lieutenant General Sheridan's expedition to the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871) have little to no influence on the United States Army?
PSD-10 established the Atrocity Prevention Board, which includes a representative from the Department of Defense, and directed it to create a "whole of government approach" to preventing mass atrocities. These events initiated a steady flow of strategic guidance and directives for all US government departments and agencies.
The red hot and true blue men of Task Force Zeta return!
~SpecOp Bull Ford has to prevent a terrorist bombing and save a room of hostages while falling for one petite harpist.
~Computer genius Matt Coleman heads to Dubai and discovers his online buddy "Sam" is a she, not a he!
~The Commander falls for the mother of two of his team members.
This thesis explores the strategy followed by the American military government in overcoming Moro resistance in the Philippines from 1903-1913. A chapter is devoted to the period of each of the three Military Governors of Moro Province, Generals Leonard Wood, Tasker Bliss and John Pershing.
This article examines the organizational impediments to optimal military responses in a crisis. . A military culture influenced by rigid planning and structured regulation dictates a rational approach to crisis response. But organizational influences can enter the decisionmaking process.
s study seeks to understand the influence of U.S. military reform on U.S. civil-military relations functioning within a zone of cooperation or conflict between political and military realms during times of war.