90th Anniversary Edition

1922 - 2012


Military Review 90th Anniversary 2012

Military Review
90th Anniversary


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Integrating Intelligence and Information: Ten Points for the Commander

Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn, U.S. Army
Brigadier General Charles A. Flynn, U.S. Army

The authors provide ten points as an azimuth for intelligence and information integration.


Counter-IED Strategy in Modern War

Captain David F. Eisler, U.S. Army

The most successful counter-IED operations do not focus on the devices themselves, but on the population.


What is an Army but the Soldiers? A Critical Assessment of the Army’s Human Capital Management System

Lieutenant Colonel Scott M. Halter, U.S. Army

The Army’s human capital management system responds slowly to changing requirements and has lost the trust of many soldiers.


Steering America’s Warship toward Moral Communication (and Real Success) in the 21st Century

Lieutenant Colonel Douglas A. Pryer, U.S. Army

Lose moral legitimacy, lose the war.


Command Responsibility and Accountability

Lieutenant Colonel Joe Doty, Ph.D., U.S. Army, Retired
Captain Chuck Doty, U.S. Navy, Retired

Commanders set their units up for success primarily through the command climate they establish.


Army Leader Development and Leadership: Views from the Field

Ryan M. Hinds
John P. Steel, Ph.D.

Army leaders need to do a better job developing subordinates for future leadership roles.


The Lessons of Libya

Amitai Etzioni

The military success of the 2011 NATO-led campaign in Libya proved humanitarian missions can be effective. The strategy of Boots off the Ground has many advantages, including low casualties, low costs, and easy disengagement.


WHINSEC: Forging International Relationships, Strengthening Regional Democracies

Lieutenant Colonel José M. Marrero, U.S. Army
Lieutenant Colonel Lee A. Rials, U.S. Army, Retired

The Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation is a powerful strategic partnership promoter and capability builder.


Battered Spouse Syndrome: How to Better Understand Afghan Behavior

Colonel Erik W. Goepner, U.S. Air Force

Afghans attacked by insurgents exhibit behaviors often seen in victims of battered spouse syndrome.


A New Doctrine Framework for the Land Component Forces

Major Christopher Henry, U.S. Army

The Army is exploring ways to make doctrine more timely and relevant.


A Leader’s Grief: T.E. Lawrence, Leadership, and PTSD

James J. Schneider, Ph.D.

T.E. Lawrence experienced leader’s grief and post-traumatic stress disorder.


Book Reviews

A series of book reviews




Writing Contests


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