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A Military Review legacy article from 1962, in which the author discusses cultural engineering as it relates to sec… https://t.co/8LWHjrEVKb
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Back after a long weekend & we are reminded how fortunate we are to work near the Buffalo Soldier Monument.… https://t.co/A1TCYRKAPa
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Realizing 23RCT needed help LTG Ridgway sent COL Crombez with a relief force. After hard fighting TF Crombez linked… https://t.co/0VlrpLx8g4
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The author describes the essential role of cyber warfare in megacity urban environments, and discusses measures to… https://t.co/k2s6yQJ1Yb
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#ThisDayinHistory COL Freeman used the daylight of 14 Feb to check on his men. He knew another attack was coming. A… https://t.co/75hWfFuAWI
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From February 12-16, 1862, BG Ulysses S. Grant successfully cooperated with naval forces to force the evacuation of… https://t.co/eeL7q8l6xG
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#ThisDayinHistory Shortly before midnight on 13 Feb 1951, the CCF attacked the 23RCT at Chipyong-ni. Although the 2… https://t.co/yL1Uk1eiEA
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Brigadier General Rutner, the Deputy Commander of the 84th Training Command, visited Truesdell Hall on Fort Leavenw… https://t.co/7dUQAeekRg
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U.S.M.C. Master Guns Andy Anderson provides an evaluation of traditional and non-traditional definitions of interna… https://t.co/bZBllB9TMh
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On this day in 1951, American patrols definitively proved that the Chinese Communist Forces occupied the key defens… https://t.co/rSiOnyWtzN
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A noted Army War College professor outlines what the U.S. can do with regard to Venezuela's dictatorship and slow d… https://t.co/mh29RsBWhv
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Great piece from our NCO Journal team! Reading and writing creates NCOs that can think critically and lead from the… https://t.co/Vd46eKPVM4
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The author argues that a military coup in Venezuela is exceedingly unlikely because the security apparatus is both… https://t.co/kLpbXv5fdr
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For the 68th Anniversary of the Battle of Chipyong-ni , we'll be posting about the 23rd Regimental Combat Team's st… https://t.co/6PyuYLvaKA
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The author compares the differing circumstances of Operation Just Cause in Panama to any contingency that might be… https://t.co/1wZoVCiuWi
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In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, #AUPFilms highlights the soldiers of the 999th Field Artillery Battalion, who fough… https://t.co/I7Iyz75zF7
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The author provides four short anecdotes detailing support for and opposition to the American REvolution by notable… https://t.co/4dwW5To0nX
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This just in from the @NCOJournal Team! Talent Management and Retention is a very popular topic in the @USArmy righ… https://t.co/weg6OfChQY
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The author discusses the importance of interagency training at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center. https://t.co/iwtpyDKuI2
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The 24th Panzer Division, "The Leaping Horsemen," were integral to the Wehrmacht's capture of southern Stalingrad i… https://t.co/mkvn2nvtyQ
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Combined Arms Center and Army University Press present: "Stalingrad: The Battle for the Martenovskii Shop" We are proud to share our first documentary using this historical case study in large-scale combat operations against a peer threat to illuminate contemporary challenges in context with curreU.S. Army doctrine. Watch the full length documentary at:https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Educational-Services/Documentaries/Battle-of-Stalingrad/
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Lethal autonomous weapon systems could substantially increase U.S. Army light infantry unit capabilities. The author espouses development of a light infantry-robotic company to capitalize on those advantages. US Army Infantry School, Ft Benning, Georgia
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For those interested in background material related to issues recently addressed in the summit held between President Trump and President Putin, 16 July 18, we encourage you to the visit the Military Review Hot Spots archive of Russian-related articles. The collections of works consist mainly of publications from the Army University Press and the Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO), some going back to the 1930s. The archive is not intended to be extensive but is tailored to enable a reader to familiarize him- or herself fairly quickly with the most salient current issues causing friction in the current security environment. There are three collections: To read about Russia broadly: https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Special-Topics/World-Hot-Spots/Russia/ To read about Russia-Syria: https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Special-Topics/World-Hot-Spots/Russia-Syria/ To read about Russia-Ukraine: https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Special-Topics/Hot-Topics/Russia-Ukraine/
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A military intelligence (MI) officer with the US.Army 75th Ranger Regiment argues that the recently established Regimental MI Battalion furthers the Ranger Regiment’s readiness through experimentation and innovation but also informs the U.S. Army’s broader structure and emerging operating concepts to help overmatch near-peer competitors.
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As we head into the weekend we invite you take some time and browse the latest edition of Military Review.
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This week we are featuring a book review of "7 Principles of Transformational Leadership: Create a Mindset of Passion, Innovation, and Growth."
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This week we are featuring a book review of "7 Principles of Transformational Leadership: Create a Mindset of Passion, Innovation, and Growth" for your Sunday read.
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Have a safe and happy 4th of July!
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In 2001, Military Review published a Space Operations edition featuring articles on issues relevant to Space Force leaders past, present and future. U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC)
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Army doctrine defines leadership as "the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization."
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Don't forget to submit your entires in the 2018 General William E. DePuy Special Topics Writing Competition. The theme for this competition is "World Hot Spots". Entries are due no later than July 16, 2018.
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Have you visited the Frontier Army Museum? Part of the great AUP family.
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A former director of the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) provides a concise history of the Army University's foremost graduate-level school and offers recommendations for its future.
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When asked, "Is the U.S. Infantry still lethal?" 82nd Airborne Division Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Ferrusi said, "Yes, we are still a lethal force, but lethality has a shelf life."
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This week we feature a book review of "The Psychological War for Vietnam, 1960–1968" for your #SundayRead.
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