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The staff ride team working on a virtual staff ride for the Vietnam War Battle of Hamburger Hill (May 10-20, 1969).… https://t.co/YAXownLV1r
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The author proposes that the Army should adopt information as the seventh warfighting function to enable the integr… https://t.co/FSw6QSiLaC
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An Air Force officer explains that China lags significantly behind the West in three areas important for offensive… https://t.co/1eNRzSmcT7
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The author recounts the high-level personal contact between U.S. and Israeli military leaders after the end of the… https://t.co/6S1nntvWtv
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In today's digital world, it can sometimes be confusing about how to get published and where to publish your articl… https://t.co/Z3cwWfDhtu
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The 1st Quarter 2020 issue of the Hispano-American Edition of Military Review is available. The Brazilian and Hispa… https://t.co/CmsbjOUH0X
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#AUPFilms is excited to announce their next film! “France, ’44: The Encirclement at Nancy” will focus on XII Corps’… https://t.co/GApspuWJHJ
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We are so excited that some members of #AUPFilms had the chance to sit in on the the Military History Instructor Co… https://t.co/wG01A2VIFs
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According to the author, by using current doctrinal concepts of trust and understanding the factors that lead to an… https://t.co/mYkonWA2IG
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At the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, joint-service military personnel provide timely, relevant, and accu… https://t.co/hgSx6iLx44
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The Last 100 Yards presents historical case studies of close combat operations from WWI through OIF. It augments mi… https://t.co/CusIgqWT3A
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A Marine Corps officer opines that mission command is a philosophy and a principle, not a warfighting function, and… https://t.co/6WWVKo3WDh
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Instructors from Army University Press conducted a staff ride of the Civil War battle of Westport on 9 January 2020… https://t.co/pG2dqUdPlp
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Preparations for the 2/3 Special Forces Group’s staff ride to Wilmington are almost complete!… https://t.co/FQHgMYcXkE
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The authors posit that building and maintaining combat power in the face of high-intensity combat casualty rates re… https://t.co/g4lO0BzLkd
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The LSCO book set is available for download from the AUP website. The books highlight some of the most important ch… https://t.co/TAIQhXLAas
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A Logic All Its Own: Russian Operational Art in the Syrian Campaign -- The author describes the unique logic of Rus… https://t.co/1Qm04GKNHA
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The Mexican War was a war waiting to happen. These documents detail some of the issues/misconceptions that made war… https://t.co/vuifIByvYm
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We are happy to announce that the January – February 2020 edition of Military Review is officially published online… https://t.co/AFL8qnwjpv
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As with challenges the Armed Forces faced in the past, phasing gender integration will take time. However, a sincere, professional, and conscious effort must be made to change the culture, and it starts with us, the leadership. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/NCO-Journal/Archives/2018/July/Gender-Integration/
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Efraim Karsh writes a concise and compelling history and commentary of the Middle East since the fall of the Ottoman Empire after World War I to the present day in The Tail Wags the Dog. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/MR-Book-Reviews/May-2017/Book-Review-029/
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This compilation of works consists mainly of articles from Military Review, publications authored by the Combat Studies Institute, monographs from students at the Command and General Staff College, and selected works from other sources. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Special-Topics/Hot-Topics/Gender-Equality/
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Cyber Blitz 2018 focused on identifying how a BCT integrates cyberspace operations, electronic warfare, intelligence, and information operations to conduct operations across multiple domains. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/English-Edition-Archives/July-August-2019/Rodriguez-Multi-Domain-IO/
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Jeff Kamen authors a truly heartwarming account of the rewarding job of training K-9 unit dogs at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. He elaborates on the shared sacrifices of trainers and future military working dogs. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/MR-Book-Reviews/january-2018/Book-Review-001/
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The author focuses on ten common shortcomings derived from lessons learned at JRTC that span not only warfighting functions but also component parts of a brigade’s ability to conduct mission command. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/English-Edition-Archives/July-August-2019/Archambault-Putting-Fight/
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The AUP Films Team creates deeply-researched and historically accurate documentaries designed to teach current U.S. Army doctrine through the lens of historical vignettes. By integrating virtual terrain, historical footage, and other imagery, the team produces engaging documentaries that make doctrine more accessible, understandable, and convenient for both individual and classroom use. Visit our archive and start watching today. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Educational-Services/Documentaries/AUP-Films-Archive/
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While visiting Okinawa, Dr. Angela Riotto from the Films Team and Steve Wuensche from the Staff Ride Team had the chance to explore the 18th Wing’s Archives on Kadena Air Base. They uncovered a treasure trove of wartime photographs & some base newspapers from the 40s. Neat!
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"On Point II: Transition to the New Campaign" As its title indicates, the book depicts the transition of the Army from conventional combat to full spectrum operations in support of building a new, free Iraq. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Books/CSI-Press-Publications/Iraq/
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Two military historians and Vietnam veterans teamed together to write one of the finest accounts of the Vietnam conflict. It provides a unique first-person perspective of one of the lesser known, but most significant, battles of the Vietnam conflict. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/MR-Book-Reviews/July-2019/Book-Review-004/
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Steve Wuensche and Dominic Graham from the Staff Ride Team and Dr. Angela Riotto from the Films Team are in Okinawa this week conducting research on the battle for an upcoming virtual staff ride & documentary. They had the chance to sit down with two of the most knowledgeable historians on the island—Mark Waycaster and Evan Muxen.
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In this work, retired Maj. George E. Knapp offers students of military history a guide to the Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield south of Springfield, Missouri. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Books/CSI-Press-Publications/Staff-Ride-Handbooks/
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Students at the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) now have an opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Leadership and Workforce Development. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/NCO-Journal/Archives/2019/June/USASMA-Gains-Accreditation/
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During a 38-year career, I came to appreciate the value of the lessons learned concept. Studying recent campaigns is essential to leaders’ professional development as they strive toward greater technical and tactical proficiency. https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Books/CSI-Press-Publications/Iraq/
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AUP is conducting a search for a GS 13 Historian to serve as the Chief of our Research & Books Team. All US Citizens interested in applying go to: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/543134800
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AUP is conducting a search for a GS 13 Historian to serve as the Chief of our Research & Books Team. Current federal employees interested in applying go to: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/543134700
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