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100th Anniversary Military Review Jan-Feb 2022 Edition
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In Avoiding the Paris Gun Trap, Art of War scholar Ian Grundhouser offers historical lessons on the potential folli… https://t.co/pnOc6EvyBN
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Combined Arms Film Update: Look at this painting of Waterloo. Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry…..Is this Combined A… https://t.co/sJAwAV8dBT
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On 19 May 1864, Union and Confederate forces fought the last engagement of the 11-day long battle of Spotsylvania.… https://t.co/gh70FLxgj2
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1 German-Netherlands (GE/NL) Corps has repeatedly confirmed the commitment of its framework nations (Germany and Ne… https://t.co/znY3etFStu
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Do you know what Xi Jinping means by the great rejuvenation? “Near Peer: China” examines the modern Chinese milita… https://t.co/KVWLuM1wvj
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In his article “We Were Ghosts," Mr. Travis Maruska writes about the long-lost memories and experiences of a Specia… https://t.co/vGosSBDeua
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In their chapter for The Last 100 Yards, authors Thomas Helling and Sanders Marble explore the evolution of battlef… https://t.co/DQ19SbcOe8
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The formerly remote and untouched Arctic region is now becoming a competitive region. Read about it at… https://t.co/qXUTzDtVNi
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We currently teaching A658, the Sioux Wars Staff Ride as a CGSC Term 2 elective. It includes a 5-day field study to… https://t.co/oQbxOZL5FW
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Read specially selected articles that reflect military thought over the past century in Military Review’s 100th Ann… https://t.co/38UJU8gecp
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About a month after landing unopposed, the U.S. Tenth Army found Japan’s 32nd Army waiting within the rugged terrai… https://t.co/oI5aaow18B
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In The Big Picture’s “United Nations Forces Escape the Chinese Trap,” we see how U.S. units in North Korea were for… https://t.co/JicCPT3der
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On this date in 1863, a US Army corps defeated a Confederate brigade at the Battle of Raymond, MS. This battle was… https://t.co/vZ87mVeGya
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The Staff Ride team develops and conducts live and virtual Staff Rides as an educational tool for the US Army. To… https://t.co/yPvMf38NdD
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Listen to the latest @NCOJournal Podcast, “Operation Barbarossa: A Lesson in Hubris and Strategy” featuring MSG Phi… https://t.co/h5cUQg90Zc
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