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“III Corps during the Surge: A Study in Operational Art,” Maj. Wilson C. Blythe Jr., U.S. Army (January online exclusive)


A

“Adaptation and Innovation with an Urban Twist: Changes to Suicide Tactics in the Battle for Mosul,” Lt. Col. Craig Whiteside, U.S. Army, Retired, and Vera Mironova (November-December): 78

“Addressing Behavioral Health Impacts: Balancing Treatment and Mission Readiness,” Lt. Col. Christopher Landers, U.S. Army (March-April): 38

“Advancing Security Cooperation through Executive Education,” Maj. Michael Carvelli, U.S. Army (July-August): 52

“Against Bureaucracy,” Richard Adams, PhD (January-February): 8

“The American Motor-Rifle Brigade: Issues with the Stryker Brigade Combat Team Concept,” Capt. Matthew D. Allgeyer, U.S. Army (July-August): 66

“Argentina at the Crossroads Again: Implications for the United States and for the Region,” Dr. R. Evan Ellis (March-April): 27

“Army Future Force Experimentation,” Maj. Richard G. Ricklefs, U.S. Army, Retired (May online exclusive)

“The Army’s Heritage as a Coalition Force,” Maj. John W. Peabody, U.S. Army (April online exclusive: Military Review reprint from January 1993)

“Assessing the Value of Serving in an Army Service Component Command as a Broadening Assignment,” Maj. Ren Angeles, U.S. Army (November-December): 54


B

“Brazilian Organization for Combating Terrorism during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games,” Col. Alessandro Visacro, Brazilian Army (September-October): 94

“Building Digital Lethality,” Capt. Jonathan Stafford, U.S. Army (January-February): 85


C

“The Center of Gravity: Still Relevant After All These Years?,” Col. Dale C. Eikmeier, U.S. Army, Retired (May online exclusive)

“The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region,” Dr. R. Evan Ellis (July-August): 22

“Compelling Reasons for the Expansion of Chinese Military Forces,” Lt. Cmdr. Cindy Hurst, U.S. Navy, Retired (November-December): 28

“Complex Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in Ukrainian Antiterrorism Operations,” Victor R. Morris (January-February): 58

“Contemporary Warfare and Current Issues for the Defense of the Country” General of the Army Valery Gerasimov, Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Federation Armed Forces (November-December): 22

“Coping with Noncombatant Women in the Battlespace: Incorporating United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 into the Operational Environment,” Master Sgt. Vince Lowery, U.S. Army (May-June): 35

“Creating a Resource: Helping U.S. Army Central Establish a Historical Document Collection Program,” Michael Yarborough (January-February): 106

“Curbing the ‘Helicopter Commander’: Overcoming Risk Aversion and Fostering Disciplined Initiative in the U.S. Army,” Maj. Lynn Marie Breckenridge, PhD (July-August): 14

“Cutting Our Feet to Fit the Shoes: An Analysis of Mission Command in the U.S. Army,” Maj. Amos C. Fox, U.S. Army (January-February): 49


D

“Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap,” Col. Charles Kemper, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Jacob Helgestad, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Nathan Colvin, U.S. Army; and Maj. Simon Cox, British Royal Marines (December online exclusive)


E

“Enabling Brigade Combat Team Success in Europe: Lessons Learned,” Lt. Col. Benjamin A. Bennett, PhD, U.S. Army (November-December): 70

“Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying to Destroy America” (Review Essay), John G. Breen, PhD (March-April): 111

“Epic Fail: Why Leaders Must Fail to Ultimately Succeed,” Maj. Timothy Trimailo, U.S. Air Force (November-December): 94

“The Essence of Leadership: Trustworthiness,” Sara VanderClute (March-April): 107

“The European War,” Lt. Col. E. M. Benitez, U.S. Army (May online exclusive: Military Review reprint from December 1939)

“The Evolving Nature of Russia‘s Way of War,” Lt. Col. Timothy Thomas, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 34

“Expanding Tolstoy and Shrinking Dostoyevsky: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare,” Maj. Scott J. Harr, U.S. Army (September-October): 39

“Expeditionary Land Power: Lessons from the Mexican-American War,” Maj. Nathan A. Jennings, U.S. Army (January-February): 42


F

“Fabian Strategy for a Twenty-First Century Hannibal: Reinvigorating U.S. Strategy in Iraq and Syria,” Maj. Kyle D. Packard, U.S. Army (September-October): 60

“Fixing the Army’s Feeding System: We Can, and Should, Do Better,” Maj. Joel M. Machak, U.S. Army (March-April): 46

“From Riley to Baku: How an Opportunistic Unit Broke the Crucible,” Lt. Col. Jerem G. Swenddal, U.S. Army, and Maj. Stacy L. Moore, U.S. Army (January-February): 73


G

“The Ghost Warriors: Inside Israel’s Undercover War against Suicide Terrorism” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (September-October): 116


H

“The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States,” Valerie M. Hudson, PhD; Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, PhD; Mary Caprioli, PhD; and Chad F. Emmett, PhD (May-June): 18

“How the Army Ought to Write Requirements,” Lt. Col. Thomas “Bull” Holland, PhD, U.S. Army (November-December): 100

“How to Build an Armadillo: Lessons Learned from the First Forward-Deployed THAAD Battery,” Lt. Col. Jonathan C. Stafford, U.S. Army (May-June): 108

“How to Hinder Unit Readiness,” Lt. Col. James Morgan, U.S. Army, and Lt. Col. Soo Kim-Delio, U.S. Army, MD (March-April): 96


I

“The Importance of a Long-Term Self-Development Concept to Army Officers,” Col. Dean A. Nowowiejski, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 62

“In Defense of the Theater Army,” Lt. Col. Nicholas R. Simontis, U.S. Army (September-October): 30

“The Indo-Asia Pacific and the Multi-Domain Battle Concept,” Gen. Robert B. Brown, U.S. Army (September-October): 14

“Integration of Cultural Property Protection into a Decisive Action Training Exercise,” Maj. Kristoffer T. Mills, U.S. Army, and Laurie Rush, PhD (November-December): 106

“Is Failure the Right Training Strategy?,” Maj. Jerod J. Madden, U.S. Army (August online exclusive)


L

“Lawfare 101: A Primer,” Maj. Gen. Charles Dunlap Jr., U.S. Air Force, Retired (May-June): 8

“Leadership in a Starfish-Spider-Continuum: Implications of an Increasing Complexity to Commanders and Organizational Leaders,” Lt. Col. Thomas Kopsch, German Army (April online exclusive)

“Leadership Innovation in the Reserve Officer Training Corps and the Future of the Force,” Col. Andrew Morgado, U.S. Army (January-February): 98

“Learning Organizations: Transforming United States Air Force Squadrons from Masters of Adaptation to Engines of Innovation,” Maj. Robert Nelson, U.S. Air Force (October online exclusive)

“Learning to Win While Fighting Outnumbered: General Donn A. Starry and the Challenge of Institutional Leadership during a Period of Reform and Modernization,” Maj. R. Z. Alessi-Friedlander, U.S. Army (April online exclusive)

“Leeroy Jenkins and Mission Command,” Maj. Robert R. Phillipson, U.S. Army (May online exclusive)

“Logistical Operations in Highly Lethal Environments,” Capt. Jerad Hoffmann, U.S. Army, and Capt. Paul Holoye, U.S. Army (November-December): 86


M

“The Military Moral Education Program: Checking Our Ethical Azimuth,” Maj. Timothy Leone, U.S. Army, and Maj. Saythala Lay Phonexayphova, U.S. Army (July-August): 92

“The Mission Command of Islamic State: Deconstructing the Myth of Lone Wolves in the Deep Fight,” 1st Lt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army (September-October): 68

“‘More Quaint and Subtle Ways to Kill’: The Operations Process in Future War,” Maj. Wesley Moerbe, U.S. Army (March-April): 80

“Multi-Domain Battle: Driving Change to Win in the Future,” Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army (July-August): 6

“Multi-Domain Battle: The Advent of Twenty-First Century War,” Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army (November-December): 8

“Multidomain Operations and Close Air Support: A Fresh Perspective,” Lt. Col. Clay Bartels, U.S. Air Force; Maj. Tim Tormey, U.S. Marine Corps; and Dr. Jon Hendrickson (March-April): 70

“The Myopic Muddle of the Army’s Operations Doctrine,” Maj. Daniel J. Kull, U.S. Army (May online exclusive)


N

“Navigating through the Challenge of Culture and Law in Postconflict Stability Operations,” Lt. Col. John B. (J. B.) Shattuck, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 100

“The Need for a Brigade Politics-and-Policy Staff Officer,” Maj. Adam Scher, U.S. Army (January-February): 34

“New Logistics Ideas for a Complex World,” Col. James Kennedy, U.S. Army, Retired, and Lt. Col. Kris Hughes, U.S. Army (May-June): 82

“North Korean Cyber Support to Combat Operations,” 1st Lt. Scott J. Tosi, U.S. Army (July-August): 43

“North Korea Policy: Changed Regime,” Col. James M. Minnich, U.S. Army (November-December): 39


O

“Operation Anaconda, Shah-i-Khot Valley, Afghanistan, 2-10 March 2002,” Adam Geibel (March online exclusive)

“Operational Surveillance and Reconnaissance Battalion,” Capt. Brian Fitzgerald, U.S. Army (January-February): 66


P

“Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror” (Review Essay), Maj. Charles J. Scheck, U.S. Army (May-June): 117

“Practical Lessons Learned for Dealing with Toxic Leaders and Bad Bosses,” Prof. James W. Shufelt Jr. and Prof. Clinton O. Longenecker, PhD (November online exclusive)

“Praise the Host and Pass the Fish Sauce: Medical Advisers in the Vietnam War,” Maj. Scott C. Woodard, U.S. Army, Retired (September-October): 105

“Preparing for the Fight Tonight: Multi-Domain Battle and Field Manual 3-0,” Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army (September-October): 6

“Producing Strategic Value through Deliberate War Planning,” Lt. Col. Jim Cahill, U.S. Army (January-February): 24

“Professional Military Education: Proven in Combat during the Mexican War,” Capt. Patrick Naughton, U.S. Army Reserve (July-August): 84

“Pros and Cons of Autonomous Weapons Systems,” Amitai Etzioni, PhD, and Oren Etzioni, PhD (May-June): 72

“The Pursuit of Power: Europe 1815-1914” (Review Essay), Mark Montesclaros (November-December): 117


Q

“Queen of Spies: Daphne Park, Britain’s Cold War Spy Master” (Review Essay), John G. Breen, PhD (July-August): 111


R

“Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army: An After-Action Review,” Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, U.S. Army, Retired; Brig. Gen. David Komar, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Terrence Alvarez, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Raymond Shetzline, U.S. Army, Retired (January-February): 15

“Reframing the Human Dimension: Gardner’s ‘Five Minds for the Future,’” Col. Nicholas Marsella, U.S. Army, Retired (June online exclusive)

“A Response to Leeroy Jenkins and Mission Command,” Maj. Steven Miller, U.S. Army, Retired (July online exclusive)

“The Return of U.S. Army Field Manual 3-0, Operations,” Lt. Gen. Mike Lundy, U.S. Army, and Col. Rich Creed, U.S. Army (November-December): 14

“The Role of Forward Presence in U.S. Military Strategy,” Col. Dave Shunk, U.S. Air Force, Retired; Lt. Col. Charles Hornick, U.S. Army; and Maj. Dan Burkhart, U.S. Army (July-August): 56

“The Role of the Singapore Armed Forces in Forging National Values, Image, and Identity,” Col. Fred Wel-Shi Tan, Singapore Armed Forces, and Senior Lt. Col. Psalm B. C. Lew, Singapore Armed Forces (March-April): 8

“Russian Actions and Methods against the United States and NATO,” Maj. Devon Cockrell, U.S. Army (September online exclusive)


S

“Shattering the Snow Dome: How Army Ground Forces can Meaningfully Contribute to Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses,” Brad Marvel (June online exclusive)

“Sleep Banking: Improving Fighter Management,” Maj. Amy Thompson, U.S. Army; Capt. Brad Jones, U.S. Army; and Capt. Jordan Thornburg, U.S. Army (January-February): 91

“Solving Deployment Challenges Using a Systems Approach to Understand the Defense Transportation System,” Col. Dennis C. Major, U.S. Army, and Maj. Calvin E. Townsend Jr., U.S. Army (September-October): 86

“Stability Operations in Syria: The Need for a Revolution in Civil-Military Affairs,” Anthony H. Cordesman (May-June): 44

“The State of Afghanistan’s Intelligence Enterprise,” Maj. Gen. Robert P. Walters Jr., U.S. Army, and Col. Loren G. Traugutt, U.S. Army (May-June): 64

“Strategic Communication: A Caution to Military Commanders,” Capt. J. D. Scanlon, Royal Canadian Navy, Retired (November online exclusive)

“Strategic Scholars: Educating Army Leaders at Foreign Staff Colleges,” Maj. Christopher Gin, U.S. Army (May-June): 99

“Strykers on the Mechanized Battlefield: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare,” Capt. Stephen Petraeus, U.S. Army, and Capt. Daniel Reynolds, U.S. Army (November-December): 60


T

“Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures of the Islamic State: Lessons for U.S. Forces,” Matthew F. Cancian (March-April): 52

“Theater Land Operations: Relevant Observations and Lessons from the Combined Joint Land Force Experience in Iraq,” Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky, U.S. Army, and Maj. Gen. Roger Noble, Australian Army (September-October): 21

“Treading the Way of Ignorance: Officer Education and Critical Thought,” 1st Lt. James Tollefson, Alaska Army National Guard (March-April): 89

“The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Benjamin Buchholz, U.S. Army (January-February): 126


U

“Understanding Japan’s Role in Securing the Western Pacific,” Lt. Col. Peter D. Fromm, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 75

“An Underutilized Counterinsurgency Asset: The U.S. Coast Guard,” Daniel E. Ward (May-June): 89


V

“The Venezuelan Crisis: What the United States and the Region Can Do,” Gustavo R. Coronel (March-April): 17


W

“Weaponizing Ridicule,” J. Michael Waller, PhD (September-October): 49

“Writing: A Way to Maximize Returns on the Army’s Investments in Education,” Maj. Hassan Kamara, U.S. Army (January-February): 114



Author Index


A

Adams, Richard, PhD, “Against Bureaucracy” (January-February): 8

Alessi-Friedlander, R. Z., Maj., U.S. Army, “Learning to Win While Fighting Outnumbered: General Donn A. Starry and the Challenge of Institutional Leadership during a Period of Reform and Modernization” (April online exclusive)

Allgeyer, Matthew D., Capt., U.S. Army, “The American Motor-Rifle Brigade: Issues with the Stryker Brigade Combat Team Concept” (July-August): 66

Alvarez, Terrence, Lt. Col., U.S. Army; Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, U.S. Army, Retired; Brig. Gen. David Komar, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Raymond Shetzline, U.S. Army, Retired, “Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army: An After-Action Review” (January-February): 15

Angeles, Ren, Maj., U.S. Army, “Assessing the Value of Serving in an Army Service Component Command as a Broadening Assignment” (November-December): 54


B

Ballif-Spanvill, Bonnie, PhD; Valerie M. Hudson, PhD; Mary Caprioli, PhD; and Chad F. Emmett, PhD, “The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States” (May-June): 18

Bartels, Clay, Lt. Col., U.S. Air Force; Maj. Tim Tormey, U.S. Marine Corps; and Dr. Jon Hendrickson, “Multidomain Operations and Close Air Support: A Fresh Perspective” (March-April): 70

Benitez, E. M., Lt. Col., U.S. Army “The European War” (May online exclusive: Military Review reprint from December 1939)

Bennett, Benjamin A., Lt. Col., PhD, U.S. Army, “Enabling Brigade Combat Team Success in Europe: Lessons Learned” (November-December): 70

Blythe Jr., Wilson C., Maj., U.S. Army, “III Corps during the Surge: A Study in Operational Art” (September-October): 78

Breckenridge, Lynn Marie, Maj., PhD, “Curbing the ‘Helicopter Commander’: Overcoming Risk Aversion and Fostering Disciplined Initiative in the U.S. Army” (July-August): 14

Breen, John G., PhD, “Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying to Destroy America” (Review Essay) (March-April): 111

Breen, John G., PhD, “Queen of Spies: Daphne Park, Britain’s Cold War Spy Master” (Review Essay) (July-August): 111

Brown, Robert B., Gen., U.S. Army, “The Indo-Asia Pacific and the Multi-Domain Battle Concept” (September-October): 14

Buchholz, Benjamin, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (Review Essay) (January-February): 126

Burkhart, Dan, Maj., U.S. Army; Col. Dave Shunk, U.S. Air Force, Retired; and Lt. Col. Charles Hornick, U.S. Army, “The Role of Forward Presence in U.S. Military Strategy” (July-August): 56


C

Cahill, Jim, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “Producing Strategic Value through Deliberate War Planning” (January-February): 24

Cancian, Matthew F., “Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures of the Islamic State: Lessons for U.S. Forces” (March-April): 52

Caprioli, Mary, PhD; Valerie M. Hudson, PhD; Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, PhD; and Chad F. Emmett, PhD, “The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States” (May-June): 18

Carvelli, Michael, Maj., U.S. Army, “Advancing Security Cooperation through Executive Education” (July-August): 52

Cockrell, Devon, Maj., U.S. Army, “Russian Actions and Methods against the United States and NATO” (September online exclusive)

Colvin, Nathan, Maj., U.S. Army; Col. Charles Kemper, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Jacob Helgestad, Minnesota Army National Guard; and Maj. Simon Cox, British Royal Marines, “Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap” (December online exclusive)

Cordesman, Anthony H., “Stability Operations in Syria: The Need for a Revolution in Civil-Military Affairs” (May-June): 44

Coronel, Gustavo R., “The Venezuelan Crisis: What the United States and the Region Can Do” (March-April): 17

Cox, Simon, Maj., British Royal Marines; Col. Charles Kemper, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Jacob Helgestad, Minnesota Army National Guard; and Maj. Nathan Colvin, U.S. Army, “Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap” (December online exclusive)

Creed, Rich, Col., U.S. Army, and Lt. Gen. Mike Lundy, U.S. Army, “The Return of U.S. Army Field Manual 3-0, Operations” (November-December): 14


D

Dunlap, Charles, Jr., Maj. Gen., U.S. Air Force, Retired, “Lawfare 101: A Primer” (May-June): 8


E

Eikmeier, Dale C., Col., U.S. Army, Retired, “The Center of Gravity: Still Relevant After All These Years?” (May online exclusive)

Ellis, R. Evan, Dr., “Argentina at the Crossroads Again: Implications for the United States and for the Region” (March-April): 27

Ellis, R. Evan, Dr., “The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region” (July-August): 22

Emmett, Chad F., PhD; Valerie M. Hudson, PhD; Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, PhD; and Mary Caprioli, PhD, “The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States” (May-June): 18

Etzioni, Amitai, PhD, and Oren Etzioni, PhD, “Pros and Cons of Autonomous Weapons Systems” (May-June): 72

Etzioni, Oren, PhD, and Amitai Etzioni, PhD, “Pros and Cons of Autonomous Weapons Systems” (May-June): 72


F

Ferguson, Michael P., 1st Lt., U.S. Army, “The Mission Command of Islamic State: Deconstructing the Myth of Lone Wolves in the Deep Fight” (September-October): 68

Fitzgerald, Brian, Capt., U.S. Army, “Operational Surveillance and Reconnaissance Battalion” (January-February): 66

Fox, Amos C., Maj., U.S. Army, “Cutting Our Feet to Fit the Shoes: An Analysis of Mission Command in the U.S. Army” (January-February): 49

Fromm, Peter D., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired, “Understanding Japan’s Role in Securing the Western Pacific” (July-August): 75


G

Geibel, Adam, “Operation Anaconda, Shah-i-Khot Valley, Afghanistan, 2-10 March 2002” (March online exclusive)

Gerasimov, Valery, General of the Army, Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Federation Armed Forces, “Contemporary Warfare and Current Issues for the Defense of the Country” (November-December): 22

Gin, Christopher, Maj., U.S. Army, “Strategic Scholars: Educating Army Leaders at Foreign Staff Colleges,” (May-June): 99


H

Harr, Scott J., Maj., U.S. Army, “Expanding Tolstoy and Shrinking Dostoyevsky: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare” (September-October): 39

Helgestad, Jacob, Maj., Minnesota Army National Guard; Col. Charles Kemper, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Nathan Colvin, U.S. Army; and Maj. Simon Cox, British Royal Marines, “Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap” (December online exclusive)

Hendrickson, Jon, Dr.; Lt. Col. Clay Bartels, U.S. Air Force; and Maj. Tim Tormey, U.S. Marine Corps, “Multidomain Operations and Close Air Support: A Fresh Perspective” (March-April): 70

Hoffmann, Jerad, Capt., U.S. Army, and Capt. Paul Holoye, U.S. Army, “Logistical Operations in Highly Lethal Environments” (November-December): 86

Holland, Thomas “Bull”, Lt. Col., PhD, U.S. Army, “How the Army Ought to Write Requirements” (November-December): 100

Holoye, Paul, Capt., U.S. Army, and Capt. Jerad Hoffmann, U.S. Army, “Logistical Operations in Highly Lethal Environments” (November-December): 86

Hornick, Charles, Lt. Col., U.S. Army; Col. Dave Shunk, U.S. Air Force, Retired; and Maj. Dan Burkhart, U.S. Army “The Role of Forward Presence in U.S. Military Strategy” (July-August): 56

Hudson, Valerie M., PhD; Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, PhD; Mary Caprioli, PhD; and Chad F. Emmett, PhD, “The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States” (May-June): 18

Hughes, Kris, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, and Col. James Kennedy, U.S. Army, Retired, “New Logistics Ideas for a Complex World” (May-June): 82

Hurst, Cindy, Lt. Cmdr., U.S. Navy, Retired, “Compelling Reasons for the Expansion of Chinese Military Forces” (November-December): 28


J

Jennings, Nathan A., Maj., U.S. Army, “Expeditionary Land Power: Lessons from the Mexican-American War” (January-February): 42

Jones, Brad, Capt., U.S. Army; Maj. Amy Thompson, U.S. Army; and Capt. Jordan Thornburg, U.S. Army “Sleep Banking: Improving Fighter Management” (January-February): 91


K

Kamara, Hassan, Maj., U.S. Army, “Writing: A Way to Maximize Returns on the Army’s Investments in Education” (January-February): 114

Kemper, Charles, Col., Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Jacob Helgestad, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Nathan Colvin, U.S. Army; and Maj. Simon Cox, British Royal Marines, “Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap” (December online exclusive)

Kennedy, James, Col., U.S. Army, Retired, and Lt. Col. Kris Hughes, U.S. Army, “New Logistics Ideas for a Complex World” (May-June): 82

Kim-Delio, Soo, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, MD, and Lt. Col. James Morgan, U.S. Army, “How to Hinder Unit Readiness” (March-April): 96

Komar, David, Brig. Gen., U.S. Army; Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Terrence Alvarez, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Raymond Shetzline, U.S. Army, Retired “Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army: An After-Action Review” (January-February): 15

Kull, Daniel J., Maj., U.S. Army “The Myopic Muddle of the Army’s Operations Doctrine,” (May online exclusive)


L

Landers, Christopher, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “Addressing Behavioral Health Impacts: Balancing Treatment and Mission Readiness” (March-April): 38

Leone, Timothy, Maj., U.S. Army, and Maj. Saythala Lay Phonexayphova, U.S. Army, “The Military Moral Education Program: Checking Our Ethical Azimuth” (July-August): 92

Lew, Psalm B. C., Senior Lt. Col., Singapore Armed Forces, and Col. Fred Wel-Shi Tan, Singapore Armed Forces, “The Role of the Singapore Armed Forces in Forging National Values, Image, and Identity” (March-April): 8

Longnecker, Clinton O., Prof., PhD, and Prof. James W. Shufelt, “Practical Lessons Learned for Dealing with Toxic Leaders and Bad Bosses” (November online exclusive)

Lowery, Vince, Master Sgt., U.S. Army “Coping with Noncombatant Women in the Battlespace: Incorporating United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 into the Operational Environment” (May-June): 35

Lundy, Mike, Lt. Gen., U.S. Army, and Col. Rich Creed, U.S. Army, “The Return of U.S. Army Field Manual 3-0, Operations” (November-December): 14


M

Machak, Joel M., Maj., U.S. Army, “Fixing the Army’s Feeding System: We Can, and Should, Do Better” (March-April): 46

Madden, Jerod J., Maj., U.S. Army, “Is Failure the Right Training Strategy?” (August online exclusive)

Major, Dennis C., Col., U.S. Army, and Maj. Calvin E. Townsend Jr., U.S. Army, “Solving Deployment Challenges Using a Systems Approach to Understand the Defense Transportation System” (September-October): 86

Marsella, Nicholas, Col., U.S. Army, Retired, “Reframing the Human Dimension: Gardner’s ‘Five Minds for the Future’” (June online exclusive)

Marvel, Brad, “Shattering the Snow Dome: How Army Ground Forces can Meaningfully Contribute to Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses” (June online exclusive)

Miller, Steven, Maj., U.S. Army, Retired, “A Response to Leeroy Jenkins and Mission Command” (July online exclusive)

Mills, Kristoffer T., Maj., U.S. Army, and Laurie Rush, PhD, “Integration of Cultural Property Protection into a Decisive Action Training Exercise” (November-December): 106

Minnich, James M., Col., U.S. Army, “North Korea Policy: Changed Regime” (November-December): 39

Mironova, Vera, and Lt. Col. Craig Whiteside, U.S. Army, Retired, “Adaptation and Innovation with an Urban Twist: Changes to Suicide Tactics in the Battle for Mosul” (November-December): 78

Modinger, John H., Lt. Col., PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired, “The Ghost Warriors: Inside Israel’s Undercover War against Suicide Terrorism” (Review Essay) (September-October): 116

Moerbe, Wesley, Maj., U.S. Army, “‘More Quaint and Subtle Ways to Kill’: The Operations Process in Future War” (March-April): 80

Montesclaros, Mark, “The Pursuit of Power: Europe 1815-1914” (Review Essay) (November-December): 117

Moore, Stacy L., Maj., U.S. Army, and Lt. Col. Jerem G. Swenddal, U.S. Army, “From Riley to Baku: How an Opportunistic Unit Broke the Crucible” (January-February): 73

Morgado, Andrew, Col., U.S. Army, “Leadership Innovation in the Reserve Officer Training Corps and the Future of the Force” (January-February): 98

Morgan, James, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, and Lt. Col. Soo Kim-Delio, U.S. Army, MD, “How to Hinder Unit Readiness” (March-April): 96

Morris, Victor R., “Complex Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in Ukrainian Antiterrorism Operations” (January-February): 58


N

Naughton, Patrick, Capt., U.S. Army Reserve, “Professional Military Education: Proven in Combat during the Mexican War” (July-August): 84

Nelson, Robert, Maj., U.S. Air Force, “Learning Organizations: Transforming United States Air Force Squadrons from Masters of Adaptation to Engines of Innovation” (October online exclusive)

Noble, Roger, Maj. Gen., Australian Army, and Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky, U.S. Army, “Theater Land Operations: Relevant Observations and Lessons from the Combined Joint Land Force Experience in Iraq” (September-October): 21

Nowowiejski, Dean A., Col., PhD, U.S. Army, Retired, “The Importance of a Long-Term Self-Development Concept to Army Officers” (March-April): 62


P

Packard, Kyle D., Maj., U.S. Army, “Fabian Strategy for a Twenty-First Century Hannibal: Reinvigorating U.S. Strategy in Iraq and Syria” (September-October): 60

Peabody, John W., Maj., U.S. Army, “The Army’s Heritage as a Coalition Force” (April online exclusive: Military Review reprint from January 1993)

Perkins, David G., Gen., U.S. Army, “Multi-Domain Battle: Driving Change to Win in the Future” (July-August): 6

Perkins, David G., Gen., U.S. Army, “Multi-Domain Battle: The Advent of Twenty-First Century War” (November-December): 8

Perkins, David G., Gen., U.S. Army, “Preparing for the Fight Tonight: Multi-Domain Battle and Field Manual 3-0” (September-October): 6

Petraeus, Stephen, Capt., U.S. Army, and Capt. Daniel Reynolds, U.S. Army, “Strykers on the Mechanized Battlefield: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare” (November-December): 60

Phillipson, Robert R., Maj., U.S. Army, “Leeroy Jenkins and Mission Command” (May online exclusive)

Phonexayphova, Saythala Lay, Maj., U.S. Army, and Maj. Timothy Leone, U.S. Army, “The Military Moral Education Program: Checking Our Ethical Azimuth” (July-August): 92


R

Reynolds, Daniel, Capt., U.S. Army, and Capt. Stephen Petraeus, U.S. Army, “Strykers on the Mechanized Battlefield: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare” (November-December): 60

Ricklefs, Richard G., Maj., U.S. Army, Retired, “Army Future Force Experimentation” (May online exclusive)

Rush, Laurie, PhD, and Maj. Kristoffer T. Mills, U.S. Army, “Integration of Cultural Property Protection into a Decisive Action Training Exercise” (November-December): 106


S

Scanlon, J. D., Capt., Royal Canadian Navy, Retired, “Strategic Communication: A Caution to Military Commanders” (November online exclusive)

Scheck, Charles J., Maj., U.S. Army, “Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror” (Review Essay) (May-June): 117

Scher, Adam, Maj., U.S. Army, “The Need for a Brigade Politics-and-Policy Staff Officer” (January-February): 34

Shattuck, John B. (J. B.), Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired, “Navigating through the Challenge of Culture and Law in Postconflict Stability Operations” (July-August): 100

Shetzline, Raymond, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, U.S. Army, Retired; Brig. Gen. David Komar, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Terrence Alvarez, U.S. Army, “Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army: An After-Action Review” (January-February): 15

Shunk, Dave, Col., U.S. Air Force, Retired; Lt. Col. Charles Hornick, U.S. Army; and Maj. Dan Burkhart, U.S. Army “The Role of Forward Presence in U.S. Military Strategy” (July-August): 56

Shufelt, James W., Jr., Prof., and Prof. Clinton O. Longenecker, PhD “Practical Lessons Learned for Dealing with Toxic Leaders and Bad Bosses” (November online exclusive)

Simontis, Nicholas R., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “In Defense of the Theater Army” (September-October): 30

Spoehr, Thomas, Lt. Gen., U.S. Army, Retired; Brig. Gen. David Komar, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Terrence Alvarez, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Raymond Shetzline, U.S. Army, Retired, “Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army: An After-Action Review” (January-February): 15

Stafford, Jonathan, Capt., U.S. Army, “Building Digital Lethality” (January-February): 85

Stafford, Jonathan C., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “How to Build an Armadillo: Lessons Learned from the First Forward-Deployed THAAD Battery” (May-June): 108

Swenddal, Jerem G., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, and Maj. Stacy L. Moore, U.S. Army, “From Riley to Baku: How an Opportunistic Unit Broke the Crucible” (January-February): 73


T

Tan, Fred Wel-Shi, Col., Singapore Armed Forces, and Senior Lt. Col. Psalm B. C. Lew, Singapore Armed Forces “The Role of the Singapore Armed Forces in Forging National Values, Image, and Identity” (March-April): 8

Thomas, Timothy, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired, “The Evolving Nature of Russia‘s Way of War” (July-August): 34

Thompson, Amy, Maj., U.S. Army; Capt. Brad Jones, U.S. Army; and Capt. Jordan Thornburg, U.S. Army, “Sleep Banking: Improving Fighter Management” (January-February): 91

Thornburg, Jordan, Capt., U.S. Army; Maj. Amy Thompson, U.S. Army; and Capt. Brad Jones, U.S. Army, “Sleep Banking: Improving Fighter Management” (January-February): 91

Tollefson, James, 1st Lt., Alaska Army National Guard “Treading the Way of Ignorance: Officer Education and Critical Thought” (March-April): 89

Tormey, Tim, Maj., U.S. Marine Corps; Lt. Col. Clay Bartels, U.S. Air Force; and Dr. Jon Hendrickson, “Multidomain Operations and Close Air Support: A Fresh Perspective” (March-April): 70

Tosi, Scott J., 1st Lt., U.S. Army, “North Korean Cyber Support to Combat Operations” (July-August): 43

Townsend, Calvin E. Jr., Maj., U.S. Army, and Col. Dennis C. Major, U.S. Army, “Solving Deployment Challenges Using a Systems Approach to Understand the Defense Transportation System” (September-October): 86

Traugutt, Loren G., Col., U.S. Army, and Maj. Gen. Robert P. Walters Jr., U.S. Army, “The State of Afghanistan’s Intelligence Enterprise” (May-June): 64

Trimailo, Timothy, Maj., U.S. Air Force, “Epic Fail: Why Leaders Must Fail to Ultimately Succeed” (November-December): 94


V

VanderClute, Sara, “The Essence of Leadership: Trustworthiness” (March-April): 107

Visacro, Alessandro, Col., Brazilian Army, “Brazilian Organization for Combating Terrorism during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games” (September-October): 94

Volesky, Gary, Lt. Gen., U.S. Army, and Maj. Gen. Roger Noble, Australian Army, “Theater Land Operations: Relevant Observations and Lessons from the Combined Joint Land Force Experience in Iraq” (September-October): 21


W

Waller, J. Michael, PhD, “Weaponizing Ridicule” (September-October): 49

Walters, Robert P., Jr., Maj. Gen., U.S. Army, and Col. Loren G. Traugutt, U.S. Army, “The State of Afghanistan’s Intelligence Enterprise” (May-June): 64

Ward, Daniel E., “An Underutilized Counterinsurgency Asset: The U.S. Coast Guard” (May-June): 89

Whiteside, Craig, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired, and Vera Mironova, “Adaptation and Innovation with an Urban Twist: Changes to Suicide Tactics in the Battle for Mosul” (November-December): 78

Woodard, Scott C., Maj., U.S. Army, Retired, “Praise the Host and Pass the Fish Sauce: Medical Advisers in the Vietnam War” (September-October): 105


Y

Yarborough, Michael, “Creating a Resource: Helping U.S. Army Central Establish a Historical Document Collection Program” (January-February): 106



Subject Index


Acquisition

“How the Army Ought to Write Requirements,” Lt. Col. Thomas “Bull” Holland, PhD, U.S. Army (November-December): 100


Afghanistan

“Operation Anaconda, Shah-i-Khot Valley, Afghanistan, 2-10 March 2002,” Adam Geibel (March online exclusive)

“The State of Afghanistan’s Intelligence Enterprise,” Maj. Gen. Robert P. Walters Jr., U.S. Army, and Col. Loren G. Traugutt, U.S. Army (May-June): 64


Air and Missile Defense

“How to Build an Armadillo: Lessons Learned from the First Forward-Deployed THAAD Battery,” Lt. Col. Jonathan C. Stafford, U.S. Army (May-June): 108

“Shattering the Snow Dome: How Army Ground Forces can Meaningfully Contribute to Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses,” Brad Marvel (June online exclusive)


Air Force

“Learning Organizations: Transforming United States Air Force Squadrons from Masters of Adaptation to Engines of Innovation,” Maj. Robert Nelson, U.S. Air Force (October online exclusive)

“Multidomain Operations and Close Air Support: A Fresh Perspective,” Lt. Col. Clay Bartels, U.S. Air Force; Maj. Tim Tormey, U.S. Marine Corps; and Dr. Jon Hendrickson, (March-April): 70


Argentina

“Argentina at the Crossroads Again: Implications for the United States and for the Region,” Dr. R. Evan Ellis (March-April): 27


Army Service Component Command

“Assessing the Value of Serving in an Army Service Component Command as a Broadening Assignment,” Maj. Ren Angeles, U.S. Army (November-December): 54


Army Writing

“Writing: A Way to Maximize Returns on the Army’s Investments in Education,” Maj. Hassan Kamara, U.S. Army (January-February): 114


Autonomous Weapons Systems

“Pros and Cons of Autonomous Weapons Systems,” Amitai Etzioni, PhD, and Oren Etzioni, PhD (May-June): 72


Behavioral Health

“Addressing Behavioral Health Impacts: Balancing Treatment and Mission Readiness,” Lt. Col. Christopher Landers, U.S. Army (March-April): 38


Brazil

“Brazilian Organization for Combating Terrorism during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games,” Col. Alessandro Visacro, Brazilian Army (September-October): 94


Brigade Combat Teams

“Enabling Brigade Combat Team Success in Europe: Lessons Learned,” Lt. Col. Benjamin A. Bennett, PhD, U.S. Army (November-December): 70


Bureaucracy

“Against Bureaucracy,” Richard Adams, PhD (January-February): 8


Center of Gravity

“The Center of Gravity: Still Relevant After All These Years?,” Col. Dale C. Eikmeier, U.S. Army, Retired (May online exclusive)


China

“Compelling Reasons for the Expansion of Chinese Military Forces,” Lt. Cmdr. Cindy Hurst, U.S. Navy, Retired (November-December): 28


Civil-Military Operations

“Stability Operations in Syria: The Need for a Revolution in Civil-Military Affairs,” Anthony H. Cordesman (May-June): 44


Coalition Warfare

“The Army’s Heritage as a Coalition Force,” Maj. John W. Peabody, U.S. Army (April online exclusive: Military Review reprint from January 1993)


Coast Guard

“An Underutilized Counterinsurgency Asset: The U.S. Coast Guard,” Daniel E. Ward (May-June): 89


Cold War

“Queen of Spies: Daphne Park, Britain’s Cold War Spy Master” (Review Essay), John G. Breen, PhD (July-August): 111


Complex Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield

“Complex Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in Ukrainian Antiterrorism Operations,” Victor R. Morris (January-February): 58


Complex Operating Environment

“Logistical Operations in Highly Lethal Environments,” Capt. Jerad Hoffmann, U.S. Army, and Capt. Paul Holoye, U.S. Army (November-December): 86

“The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Benjamin Buchholz, U.S. Army (January-February): 126


Counterinsurgency

“Adaptation and Innovation with an Urban Twist: Changes to Suicide Tactics in the Battle for Mosul,” Lt. Col. Craig Whiteside, U.S. Army, Retired, and Vera Mironova, (November-December): 78

“An Underutilized Counterinsurgency Asset: The U.S. Coast Guard,” Daniel E. Ward (May-June): 89


Counterterrorism

“Brazilian Organization for Combating Terrorism during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games,” Col. Alessandro Visacro, Brazilian Army (September-October): 94

“Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying to Destroy America” (Review Essay), John G. Breen, PhD (March-April): 111

“The Ghost Warriors: Inside Israel’s Undercover War against Suicide Terrorism” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (September-October): 116

“Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror” (Review Essay), Maj. Charles J. Scheck, U.S. Army (May-June): 117


Close Air Support

“Multidomain Operations and Close Air Support: A Fresh Perspective,” Lt. Col. Clay Bartels, U.S. Air Force; Maj. Tim Tormey, U.S. Marine Corps; and Dr. Jon Hendrickson (March-April): 70


Cultural Property Protection

“Integration of Cultural Property Protection into a Decisive Action Training Exercise,” Maj. Kristoffer T. Mills, U.S. Army, and Laurie Rush, PhD (November-December): 106


CYBER

“Building Digital Lethality,” Capt. Jonathan Stafford, U.S. Army (January-February): 85

“‘More Quaint and Subtle Ways to Kill’: The Operations Process in Future War,” Maj. Wesley Moerbe, U.S. Army (March-April): 80

“North Korean Cyber Support to Combat Operations,” 1st Lt. Scott J. Tosi, U.S. Army (July-August): 43


Defense Transportation System

“Solving Deployment Challenges Using a Systems Approach to Understand the Defense Transportation System,” Col. Dennis C. Major, U.S. Army, and Maj. Calvin E. Townsend Jr., U.S. Army (September-October): 86


Deliberate War Planning

“Producing Strategic Value through Deliberate War Planning,” Lt. Col. Jim Cahill, U.S. Army (January-February): 24


Deployment Preparation

“How to Hinder Unit Readiness,” Lt. Col. James Morgan, U.S. Army, and Lt. Col. Soo Kim-Delio, U.S. Army, MD (March-April): 96

“Solving Deployment Challenges Using a Systems Approach to Understand the Defense Transportation System,” Col. Dennis C. Major, U.S. Army, and Maj. Calvin E. Townsend Jr., U.S. Army (September-October): 86


Digital Gunnery

“Building Digital Lethality,” Capt. Jonathan Stafford, U.S. Army (January-February): 85


Doctrine

“Contemporary Warfare and Current Issues for the Defense of the Country,” General of the Army Valery Gerasimov, Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Federation Armed Forces (November-December): 22

“The Myopic Muddle of the Army’s Operations Doctrine,” Maj. Daniel J. Kull, U.S. Army (May online exclusive)

“Preparing for the Fight Tonight: Multi-Domain Battle and Field Manual 3-0,” Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army (September-October): 6

“The Return of U.S. Army Field Manual 3-0, Operations,” Lt. Gen. Mike Lundy, U.S. Army, and Col. Rich Creed, U.S. Army (November-December): 14

“Strykers on the Mechanized Battlefield: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare,” Capt. Stephen Petraeus, U.S. Army, and Capt. Daniel Reynolds, U.S. Army (November-December): 60


Ethics

“The Military Moral Education Program: Checking Our Ethical Azimuth,” Maj. Timothy Leone, U.S. Army, and Maj. Saythala Lay Phonexayphova, U.S. Army (July-August): 92


Europe

“Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap,” Col. Charles Kemper, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Jacob Helgestad, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Nathan Colvin, U.S. Army; and Maj. Simon Cox, British Royal Marines (December online exclusive)

“Enabling Brigade Combat Team Success in Europe: Lessons Learned,” Lt. Col. Benjamin A. Bennett, PhD, U.S. Army (November-December): 70

“The European War,” Lt. Col. E. M. Benitez, U.S. Army (May online exclusive: Military Review reprint from December 1939)

“The Pursuit of Power: Europe 1815-1914” (Review Essay), Mark Montesclaros (November-December): 117


Expeditionary Land Power

“Expeditionary Land Power: Lessons from the Mexican-American War,” Maj. Nathan A. Jennings, U.S. Army (January-February): 42


Feeding System

“Fixing the Army’s Feeding System: We Can, and Should, Do Better,” Maj. Joel M. Machak, U.S. Army (March-April): 46


Force Management

“Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army: An After-Action Review,” Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, U.S. Army, Retired; Brig. Gen. David Komar, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Terrence Alvarez, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Raymond Shetzline, U.S. Army, Retired (January-February): 15


Forward Stationing

“The Role of Forward Presence in U.S. Military Strategy,” Col. Dave Shunk, U.S. Air Force, Retired; Lt. Col. Charles Hornick, U.S. Army; and Maj. Dan Burkhart, U.S. Army (July-August): 56


Future Force

“Army Future Force Experimentation,” Maj. Richard G. Ricklefs, U.S. Army, Retired (May online exclusive)


Future Wars

“‘More Quaint and Subtle Ways to Kill’: The Operations Process in Future War,” Maj. Wesley Moerbe, U.S. Army (March-April): 80


Historical Document Collection

“Creating a Resource: Helping U.S. Army Central Establish a Historical Document Collection Program,” Michael Yarborough (January-February): 106


HQDA

“Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army: An After-Action Review,” Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, U.S. Army, Retired; Brig. Gen. David Komar, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Terrence Alvarez, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Raymond Shetzline, U.S. Army, Retired (January-February): 15


Human Dimension

“Reframing the Human Dimension: Gardner’s ‘Five Minds for the Future,’” Col. Nicholas Marsella, U.S. Army, Retired (June online exclusive)


Human Terrain; Culture and Language

“Integration of Cultural Property Protection into a Decisive Action Training Exercise,” Maj. Kristoffer T. Mills, U.S. Army, and Laurie Rush, PhD (November-December): 106

“Navigating through the Challenge of Culture and Law in Postconflict Stability Operations,” Lt. Col. John B. (J. B.) Shattuck, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 100

“The Role of the Singapore Armed Forces in Forging National Values, Image, and Identity,” Col. Fred Wel-Shi Tan, Singapore Armed Forces, and Senior Lt. Col. Psalm B. C. Lew, Singapore Armed Forces (March-April): 8

“The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Benjamin Buchholz, U.S. Army (January-February): 126


Information Operations

“Expanding Tolstoy and Shrinking Dostoyevsky: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare,” Maj. Scott J. Harr, U.S. Army (September-October): 39

“Russian Actions and Methods against the United States and NATO,” Maj. Devon Cockrell, U.S. Army (September online exclusive)

“Weaponizing Ridicule,” J. Michael Waller, PhD (September-October): 49


Intelligence

“Complex Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in Ukrainian Antiterrorism Operations,” Victor R. Morris (January-February): 58

“Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror” (Review Essay), Maj. Charles J. Scheck, U.S. Army (May-June): 117

“The State of Afghanistan’s Intelligence Enterprise,” Maj. Gen. Robert P. Walters Jr., U.S. Army, and Col. Loren G. Traugutt, U.S. Army (May-June): 64

“Queen of Spies: Daphne Park, Britain’s Cold War Spy Master” (Review Essay), John G. Breen, PhD (July-August): 111


Interrogation

“Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying to Destroy America” (Review Essay), John G. Breen, PhD (March-April): 111

“Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror” (Review Essay), Maj. Charles J. Scheck, U.S. Army (May-June): 117


Iraq

“III Corps during the Surge: A Study in Operational Art,” Maj. Wilson C. Blythe Jr., U.S. Army (September-October): 78

“Adaptation and Innovation with an Urban Twist: Changes to Suicide Tactics in the Battle for Mosul,” Lt. Col. Craig Whiteside, U.S. Army, Retired, and Vera Mironova (November-December): 78

“Fabian Strategy for a Twenty-First Century Hannibal: Reinvigorating U.S. Strategy in Iraq and Syria,” Maj. Kyle D. Packard, U.S. Army (September-October): 60

“Theater Land Operations: Relevant Observations and Lessons from the Combined Joint Land Force Experience in Iraq,” Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky, U.S. Army, and Maj. Gen. Roger Noble, Australian Army (September-October): 21


Islamic State

“Adaptation and Innovation with an Urban Twist: Changes to Suicide Tactics in the Battle for Mosul,” Lt. Col. Craig Whiteside, U.S. Army, Retired, and Vera Mironova (November-December): 78

“The Mission Command of Islamic State: Deconstructing the Myth of Lone Wolves in the Deep Fight,” 1st Lt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army (September-October): 68

“Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures of the Islamic State: Lessons for U.S. Forces,” Matthew F. Cancian (March-April): 52


Israel

“The Ghost Warriors: Inside Israel’s Undercover War against Suicide Terrorism” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (September-October): 116


Japan

“Understanding Japan’s Role in Securing the Western Pacific,” Lt. Col. Peter D. Fromm, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 75


Joint Operations

“Shattering the Snow Dome: How Army Ground Forces can Meaningfully Contribute to Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses,” Brad Marvel (June online exclusive)


Korea

“How to Build an Armadillo: Lessons Learned from the First Forward-Deployed THAAD Battery,” Lt. Col. Jonathan C. Stafford, U.S. Army (May-June): 108

“North Korean Cyber Support to Combat Operations,” 1st Lt. Scott J. Tosi, U.S. Army (July-August): 43

“North Korea Policy: Changed Regime,” Col. James M. Minnich, U.S. Army (November-December): 39


Lawfare

“Lawfare 101: A Primer,” Maj. Gen. Charles Dunlap Jr., U.S. Air Force, Retired (May-June): 8

“Navigating through the Challenge of Culture and Law in Postconflict Stability Operations,” Lt. Col. John B. (J. B.) Shattuck, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 100


Leadership

“Curbing the ‘Helicopter Commander’: Overcoming Risk Aversion and Fostering Disciplined Initiative in the U.S. Army,” Maj. Lynn Marie Breckenridge, PhD (July-August): 14

“Epic Fail: Why Leaders Must Fail to Ultimately Succeed,” Maj. Timothy Trimailo, U.S. Air Force (November-December): 94

“The Essence of Leadership: Trustworthiness,” Sara VanderClute (March-April): 107

“Leadership in a Starfish-Spider-Continuum: Implications of an Increasing Complexity to Commanders and Organizational Leaders,” Lt. Col. Thomas Kopsch, German Army (April online exclusive)

“Leadership Innovation in the Reserve Officer Training Corps and the Future of the Force,” Col. Andrew Morgado, U.S. Army (January-February): 98

“Learning to Win While Fighting Outnumbered: General Donn A. Starry and the Challenge of Institutional Leadership during a Period of Reform and Modernization,” Maj. R. Z. Alessi-Friedlander, U.S. Army (April online exclusive)

“Practical Lessons Learned for Dealing with Toxic Leaders and Bad Bosses,” Prof. James W. Shufelt Jr. and Prof. Clinton O. Longenecker, PhD (November online exclusive)


Logistics

“Fixing the Army’s Feeding System: We Can, and Should, Do Better,” Maj. Joel M. Machak, U.S. Army (March-April): 46

“Logistical Operations in Highly Lethal Environments,” Capt. Jerad Hoffmann, U.S. Army, and Capt. Paul Holoye, U.S. Army (November-December): 86

“New Logistics Ideas for a Complex World,” Col. James Kennedy, U.S. Army, Retired, and Lt. Col. Kris Hughes, U.S. Army (May-June): 82

“Solving Deployment Challenges Using a Systems Approach to Understand the Defense Transportation System,” Col. Dennis C. Major, U.S. Army, and Maj. Calvin E. Townsend Jr., U.S. Army (September-October): 86


Medical Operations

“Praise the Host and Pass the Fish Sauce: Medical Advisers in the Vietnam War,” Maj. Scott C. Woodard, U.S. Army, Retired (September-October): 105


Mexican War

“Expeditionary Land Power: Lessons from the Mexican-American War,” Maj. Nathan A. Jennings, U.S. Army (January-February): 42

“Professional Military Education: Proven in Combat during the Mexican War,” Capt. Patrick Naughton, U.S. Army Reserve (July-August): 84


Mission Command

“Curbing the ‘Helicopter Commander’: Overcoming Risk Aversion and Fostering Disciplined Initiative in the U.S. Army,” Maj. Lynn Marie Breckenridge, PhD (July-August): 14

“Cutting Our Feet to Fit the Shoes: An Analysis of Mission Command in the U.S. Army,” Maj. Amos C. Fox, U.S. Army (January-February): 49

“Leeroy Jenkins and Mission Command,” Maj. Robert R. Phillipson, U.S. Army (May online exclusive)

“A Response to Leeroy Jenkins and Mission Command,” Maj. Steven Miller, U.S. Army, Retired (July online exclusive)

“The Mission Command of Islamic State: Deconstructing the Myth of Lone Wolves in the Deep Fight,” 1st Lt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army (September-October): 68


Multi-Domain Battle

“The Indo-Asia Pacific and the Multi-Domain Battle Concept,” Gen. Robert B. Brown, U.S. Army (September-October): 14

“Multi-Domain Battle: Driving Change to Win in the Future,” Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army (July-August): 6

“Multi-Domain Battle: The Advent of Twenty-First Century War,” Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army (November-December): 8

“Multidomain Operations and Close Air Support: A Fresh Perspective,” Lt. Col. Clay Bartels, U.S. Air Force; Maj. Tim Tormey, U.S. Marine Corps; and Dr. Jon Hendrickson (March-April): 70

“Preparing for the Fight Tonight: Multi-Domain Battle and Field Manual 3-0,” Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army (September-October): 6

“Theater Land Operations: Relevant Observations and Lessons from the Combined Joint Land Force Experience in Iraq,” Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky, U.S. Army, and Maj. Gen. Roger Noble, Australian Army (September-October): 21


Noncombatants

“Coping with Noncombatant Women in the Battlespace: Incorporating United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 into the Operational Environment,” Master Sgt. Vince Lowery, U.S. Army (May-June): 35

“The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States,” Valerie M. Hudson, PhD; Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, PhD; Mary Caprioli, PhD; and Chad F. Emmett, PhD (May-June): 18


Officer Broadening

“Assessing the Value of Serving in an Army Service Component Command as a Broadening Assignment,” Maj. Ren Angeles, U.S. Army (November-December): 54


Operational Art

“III Corps during the Surge: A Study in Operational Art,” Maj. Wilson C. Blythe Jr., U.S. Army (September-October): 78


Operations

“The Return of U.S. Army Field Manual 3-0, Operations,” Lt. Gen. Mike Lundy, U.S. Army, and Col. Rich Creed, U.S. Army (November-December): 14


Operations Process

“‘More Quaint and Subtle Ways to Kill’: The Operations Process in Future War,” Maj. Wesley Moerbe, U.S. Army (March-April): 80

“The Myopic Muddle of the Army’s Operations Doctrine,” Maj. Daniel J. Kull, U.S. Army (May online exclusive)


Operational Surveillance and Reconnaissance

“Operational Surveillance and Reconnaissance Battalion,” Capt. Brian Fitzgerald, U.S. Army (January-February): 66


PACOM

“The Indo-Asia Pacific and the Multi-Domain Battle Concept,” Gen. Robert B. Brown, U.S. Army (September-October): 14

“Understanding Japan’s Role in Securing the Western Pacific,” Lt. Col. Peter D. Fromm, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 75


Planning

“Producing Strategic Value through Deliberate War Planning,” Lt. Col. Jim Cahill, U.S. Army (January-February): 24


Politics-and-Policy Officer

“The Need for a Brigade Politics-and-Policy Staff Officer,” Maj. Adam Scher, U.S. Army (January-February): 34


Procurement

“How the Army Ought to Write Requirements,” Lt. Col. Thomas “Bull” Holland, PhD, U.S. Army (November-December): 100


Readiness

“Addressing Behavioral Health Impacts: Balancing Treatment and Mission Readiness,” Lt. Col. Christopher Landers, U.S. Army (March-April): 38

“How to Hinder Unit Readiness,” Lt. Col. James Morgan, U.S. Army, and Lt. Col. Soo Kim-Delio, U.S. Army, MD (March-April): 96


Reserve Officer Training Corps

“Leadership Innovation in the Reserve Officer Training Corps and the Future of the Force,” Col. Andrew Morgado, U.S. Army (January-February): 98


Revolutionary War

“The Army’s Heritage as a Coalition Force,” Maj. John W. Peabody, U.S. Army (April online exclusive: Military Review reprint from January 1993)


Ridicule

“Weaponizing Ridicule,” J. Michael Waller, PhD (September-October): 49


Russia

“Contemporary Warfare and Current Issues for the Defense of the Country,” General of the Army Valery Gerasimov, Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Federation Armed Forces (November-December): 22

“The Evolving Nature of Russia‘s Way of War,” Lt. Col. Timothy Thomas, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 34

“Expanding Tolstoy and Shrinking Dostoyevsky: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare,” Maj. Scott J. Harr, U.S. Army (September-October): 39

“Russian Actions and Methods against the United States and NATO,” Maj. Devon Cockrell, U.S. Army (September online exclusive)

“Strykers on the Mechanized Battlefield: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare,” Capt. Stephen Petraeus, U.S. Army, and Capt. Daniel Reynolds, U.S. Army (November-December): 60


Security Cooperation

“Advancing Security Cooperation through Executive Education,” Maj. Michael Carvelli, U.S. Army (July-August): 52


Self-Development

“The Importance of a Long-Term Self-Development Concept to Army Officers,” Col. Dean A. Nowowiejski, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 62


Singapore

“The Role of the Singapore Armed Forces in Forging National Values, Image, and Identity,” Col. Fred Wel-Shi Tan, Singapore Armed Forces, and Senior Lt. Col. Psalm B. C. Lew, Singapore Armed Forces (March-April): 8


Sleep Management

“Sleep Banking: Improving Fighter Management,” Maj. Amy Thompson, U.S. Army; Capt. Brad Jones, U.S. Army; and Capt. Jordan Thornburg, U.S. Army (January-February): 91


South America

“Argentina at the Crossroads Again: Implications for the United States and for the Region,” Dr. R. Evan Ellis (March-April): 27

“Brazilian Organization for Combating Terrorism during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games,” Col. Alessandro Visacro, Brazilian Army (September-October): 94

“The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region,” Dr. R. Evan Ellis (July-August): 22

“The Venezuelan Crisis: What the United States and the Region Can Do,” Gustavo R. Coronel (March-April): 17


Stability Operations

“Navigating through the Challenge of Culture and Law in Postconflict Stability Operations,” Lt. Col. John B. (J. B.) Shattuck, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 100


Strategic Communication

“Strategic Communication: A Caution to Military Commanders,” Capt. J. D. Scanlon, Royal Canadian Navy, Retired (November online exclusive)


Stryker

“The American Motor-Rifle Brigade: Issues with the Stryker Brigade Combat Team Concept,” Capt. Matthew D. Allgeyer, U.S. Army (July-August): 66

“Strykers on the Mechanized Battlefield: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare,” Capt. Stephen Petraeus, U.S. Army, and Capt. Daniel Reynolds, U.S. Army (November-December): 60


Syria

“Fabian Strategy for a Twenty-First Century Hannibal: Reinvigorating U.S. Strategy in Iraq and Syria,” Maj. Kyle D. Packard, U.S. Army (September-October): 60

“Stability Operations in Syria: The Need for a Revolution in Civil-Military Affairs,” Anthony H. Cordesman (May-June): 44


THAAD

“How to Build an Armadillo: Lessons Learned from the First Forward-Deployed THAAD Battery,” Lt. Col. Jonathan C. Stafford, U.S. Army (May-June): 108


Theater Army

“In Defense of the Theater Army,” Lt. Col. Nicholas R. Simontis, U.S. Army (September-October): 30

“Theater Land Operations: Relevant Observations and Lessons from the Combined Joint Land Force Experience in Iraq,” Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky, U.S. Army, and Maj. Gen. Roger Noble, Australian Army (September-October): 21


Training and Education

“Advancing Security Cooperation through Executive Education,” Maj. Michael Carvelli, U.S. Army (July-August): 52

“Assessing the Value of Serving in an Army Service Component Command as a Broadening Assignment,” Maj. Ren Angeles, U.S. Army (November-December): 54

“Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap,” Col. Charles Kemper, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Jacob Helgestad, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Nathan Colvin, U.S. Army; and Maj. Simon Cox, British Royal Marines (December online exclusive)

“From Riley to Baku: How an Opportunistic Unit Broke the Crucible,” Lt. Col. Jerem G. Swenddal, U.S. Army, and Maj. Stacy L. Moore, U.S. Army (January-February): 73

“The Importance of a Long-Term Self-Development Concept to Army Officers,” Col. Dean A. Nowowiejski, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 62

“Integration of Cultural Property Protection into a Decisive Action Training Exercise,” Maj. Kristoffer T. Mills, U.S. Army, and Laurie Rush, PhD (November-December): 106

“Is Failure the Right Training Strategy?,” Maj. Jerod J. Madden, U.S. Army (August online exclusive)

“Learning Organizations: Transforming United States Air Force Squadrons from Masters of Adaptation to Engines of Innovation,” Maj. Robert Nelson, U.S. Air Force (October online exclusive)

“Professional Military Education: Proven in Combat during the Mexican War,” Capt. Patrick Naughton, U.S. Army Reserve (July-August): 84

“Reframing the Human Dimension: Gardner’s ‘Five Minds for the Future,’” Col. Nicholas Marsella, U.S. Army, Retired (June online exclusive)

“Strategic Scholars: Educating Army Leaders at Foreign Staff Colleges,” Maj. Christopher Gin, U.S. Army (May-June): 99

“Treading the Way of Ignorance: Officer Education and Critical Thought,” 1st Lt. James Tollefson, Alaska Army National Guard (March-April): 89


Ukraine

“Complex Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in Ukrainian Antiterrorism Operations,” Victor R. Morris (January-February): 58


Urban Warfare

“Adaptation and Innovation with an Urban Twist: Changes to Suicide Tactics in the Battle for Mosul,” Lt. Col. Craig Whiteside, U.S. Army, Retired, and Vera Mironova (November-December): 78


USAREUR

“Design to Execution: Into the Suwalki Gap,” Col. Charles Kemper, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Jacob Helgestad, Minnesota Army National Guard; Maj. Nathan Colvin, U.S. Army; and Maj. Simon Cox, British Royal Marines (December online exclusive)

“Enabling Brigade Combat Team Success in Europe: Lessons Learned,” Lt. Col. Benjamin A. Bennett, PhD, U.S. Army (November-December): 70


Venezuela

“The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region,” Dr. R. Evan Ellis (July-August): 22

“The Venezuelan Crisis: What the United States and the Region Can Do,” Gustavo R. Coronel (March-April): 17


Vietnam

“Praise the Host and Pass the Fish Sauce: Medical Advisers in the Vietnam War,” Maj. Scott C. Woodard, U.S. Army, Retired (September-October): 105


Warfighter Exercise

“From Riley to Baku: How an Opportunistic Unit Broke the Crucible,” Lt. Col. Jerem G. Swenddal, U.S. Army, and Maj. Stacy L. Moore, U.S. Army (January-February): 73


Women Noncombatants

“Coping with Noncombatant Women in the Battlespace: Incorporating United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 into the Operational Environment,” Master Sgt. Vince Lowery, U.S. Army (May-June): 35

“The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States,” Valerie M. Hudson, PhD; Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, PhD; Mary Caprioli, PhD; and Chad F. Emmett, PhD (May-June): 18


World War II

“The European War,” Lt. Col. E. M. Benitez, U.S. Army (May online exclusive: Military Review reprint from December 1939)

November-December 2017