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“The 2003 Battle of Baghdad: A Case Study of Urban Battle during Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. Nicolas Fiore, U.S. Army (September-October): 127



A


“Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Transitioning from Literal to Virtual Teaching at the Command and General Staff School (CGSS),” Lt. Col. George Hodge, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Thad Weist, U.S. Army, Retired (August online exclusive)


“Admiral Bill Halsey: A Naval Life” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (January-February): 128


“Air Supremacy: Are the Chinese Ready?,” Maj. Jonathan G. McPhilamy, U.S. Air Force (January-February): 56


“The Army’s Gap in Operational-Level Intelligence for Space as Part of Multi-Domain Operations,” Maj. Jerry V. Drew II, U.S. Army (January-February): 70


“Assault on Fortress Europe: Military Deception and Operation Fortitude South,” Lt. Jason Carminati, U.S. Navy (September online exclusive)



B


“The Battlefield Development Plan: A Holistic Campaign Assessment to Inform the Army Modernization Enterprise,” Lt. Col. Wilson Blythe Jr., U.S. Army; David Farrell; Tim Jacobsen; and James Owens (July-August): 138



C


“A Call for Dialogue with the Opponents of Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems,” Lt. Col. Richard T. Muster, U.S. Air Force (March online exclusive)


“Chinese Soft Power: Creating Anti-Access Challenges in the Indo-Pacific,” Maj. Robert F. Gold, U.S. Army (November-December): 101


“Competing Below the Threshold: Harnessing Nonviolent Action,” Maj. John Chambers, U.S. Army; and Dr. Lionel Beehner (May-June): 116


“Connecting the Dots: Developing Leaders Who Can Turn Threats into Opportunities,” Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 27


“Consolidating Gains in Northeast Syria: A Whole-of-Government Approach to Evaluating Civil Authority,” Lt. Col. Peter Brau, U.S. Army (March-April): 96



D


“Death Ignores the Golden Hour: The Argument for Mobile, Farther-Forward Surgery,” Lt. Col. Brian C. Beldowicz, MD, U.S. Army; Maj. Michael Bellamy, DO, U.S. Army; and Maj. Robert Modlin, U.S. Army (March-April): 39


“Decisive Action Goes Digital,” Col. Chad LeMay, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Timothy J. Brown, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. David S. Collins, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. M. Shane Perkins, U.S. Army, Retired (September online exclusive)


“Denuclearization through Peace: A Policy Approach to Change North Korea from Foe to Friend,” Col. James M. Minnich, EdD, U.S. Army, Retired (November-December): 13


“Deterring the Dragon: Returning U.S. Forces to Taiwan,” Capt. Walker D. Mills, U.S. Marine Corps (September-October): 54


“Developing Readiness to Trust Artificial Intelligence within Warfighting Teams,” Chaplain (Maj.) Marlon W. Brown, U.S. Army (January-February): 36


“Discipline as a Vital Tool to Maintain the Army Profession,” Maj. Michael Petrusic, U.S. Army (November-December): 112


“Divided We Fall: How the U.S. Force Is Losing Its Joint Advantage over China and Russia,” Lt. Col. Dan Sukman, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Charles Davis, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 49


“Drive Them into the Sea,” Brian J. Dunn (September-October): 68



E


“The Early Air War in the Pacific: Ten Months That Changed the Course of World War II” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Jesse McIntyre III, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 130


“Economic Warfare: China’s Financial Alternative to Military Reunification with Taiwan,” 1st Lt. Bethany G. Russell, U.S. Army (September-October): 33


“Ensuring the Political Loyalty of the Russian Soldier,” Maj. Ray C. Finch, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 52


“Evaluating Our Evaluations: Recognizing and Countering Performance Evaluation Pitfalls,” Lt. Col. Lee A. Evans, PhD, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. G. Lee Robinson, PhD, U.S. Army (January-February): 89



F


“Field Manual 4-0: Driving Sustainment Change,” Lt. Gen. Michael D. Lundy, U.S. Army; Maj. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, U.S. Army; Col. Richard D. Creed Jr., U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. William C. Latham Jr., U.S. Army, Retired (January-February): 6


“Finding the Enemy on the Data-Swept Battlefield of 2035,” Capt. T. S. Allen, U.S. Army (November-December): 28


“The Fourth Domain,” Lt. Col. Brian R. Hildebrand, Texas Army National Guard (November-December): 90



G


“Gap-Crossing Operations: Medieval and Modern,” John D. Hosler, PhD (March-April): 57


“Gods of War: History’s Greatest Military Rivals” (Review Essay), Mark Montesclaros (November-December): 122


“Great Power Collaboration? A Possible Model for Arctic Governance,” Maj. Dai Jing, Singapore Armed Forces; and Master Sgt. Raymond Huff, U.S. Army (January-February): 80


“Great Staff Officers and Great Commanders: What’s the Difference?,” Maj. Meghan Starr, U.S. Army (November-December): 52



H


“Higher Command in War,” Field Marshal Sir William Slim (May-June): 54


“History and Heritage in the Operational Force: An Action Plan,” Col. Charles R. Bowery Jr., SES, U.S. Army, Retired (November-December): 6


“How to Counter China’s Disinformation Campaign in Taiwan,” Linda Zhang (September-October): 21


“The Human-Machine Paradox: A Balanced Approach to Finding and Fixing in 2035,” Capt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army; Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jesse R. Crifasi, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Nick Rife, U.S. Army (November-December): 38



I


“Information on the Twenty-First Century Battlefield: Proposing the Army’s Seventh Warfighting Function,” Capt. Charles M. Kelly, U.S. Army (January-February): 62


“The Integrated Tactical Network: Pivoting Back to Communications Superiority,” Maj. Matthew S. Blumberg, U.S. Army (May-June): 104


“Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities” (Review Essay), Robert D. Spessert, JD (July-August): 151



K


“Keep Your Eye on the Prize: The Importance of Stability Operations,” Col. George F. Oliver, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 77


“Key Ingredient in Army Leader Development: Graduate School,” Maj. George Fust, U.S. Army (January-February): 108



L


“Larger War, Smaller Hospitals?,” Sanders Marble, PhD (July-August): 23


“Leadership during Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. Jeremy Smith, U.S. Marine Corps (January-February): 29


“Leadership is Language: The Hidden Power of What You Say—and What You Don’t” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Michael Bundt, U.S. Army (May-June): 138


“Leading the Change to Holistic Health and Fitness,” Sgt. Maj. Jason M. Payne, U.S. Army (November-December): 66


“Lethal Weapon: Combatives and Mental Skills Training to Ensure Overmatch in the Close-Combat Fight,” Lt. Col. Peter R. Jensen, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Andy Riise, U.S. Army (July-August): 14


“Lightning Strike,” Brig. Gen. Joel B. (J. B.) Vowell, U.S. Army; Maj. Benjamin Scott, U.S. Army; and Maj. Edward Guelfi, U.S. Army (March-April): 19


“A Logic All Its Own: Russian Operational Art in the Syrian Campaign,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Sinclair, U.S. Army (January-February): 12



M


“Medical Changes Needed for Large-Scale Combat Operations: Observations from Mission Command Training Program Warfighter Exercises,” Col. Matthew Fandre, MD, U.S. Army (May-June): 36


“Multi-Domain Operations and Information Warfare in the European Theater,” Maj. Jennifer L. Purser, U.S. Army (November-December): 58



N


“National Guard Contributes to COVID-19 Fight” (Special Feature), Military Review Staff (May-June): 141


“The National Liberation Army (ELN), Early 2020,” Lt. Col. Geoffrey Demarest, JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 86


“Not an Intellectual Exercise: Lessons from U.S.-Israeli Institutional Army Cooperation, 1973–1982,” Maj. Ethan Orwin, U.S. Army (January-February): 45



O


“Older Than You Realize: Teaching Branch History to Army Cyberwarriors,” Scott Anderson (November-December): 74


“Operationalizing Artificial Intelligence for Algorithmic Warfare,” Courtney Crosby, PhD (July-August): 42


“Option 17: Military Law and Vigilante Justice in Prisoner of War Camps during World War II,” Mark M. Hull, PhD, JD, FRHistS (January-February): 100


“The Ostrich Complex and Leadership in Crisis,” Lt. Col. Kevron W. Henry, Jamaica Defence Force (November-December): 48



P


“The People’s Bank of China’s Monetary Armament: Capabilities and Limitations of Evolving Institutional Power,” Lt. Johnathan D. Falcone, U.S. Navy (July-August): 68


“The People’s Protection Units’ Branding Problem: Syrian Kurds and Potential Destabilization in Northeastern Syria,” Lt. Cmdr. Joshua M. M. Portzer, U.S. Navy (May-June): 92


“Preparing for the Unexpected: Enhancing Army Readiness in the Arctic,” Lt. Col. Kirby R. “Bo” Dennis, U.S. Army (July-August): 6


“The President’s Pardon Power,” Dr. Michael J. Davidson (May-June): 127


“Preventable Casualties: Rommel’s Flaw, Slim’s Edge,” Col. Ronald F. Bellamy, MD, U.S. Army; and Col. Craig H. Llewellyn, MD, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 46


“Preventing the Collapse: Fighting Friction after First Contact at the National Training Center,” Lt. Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn, U.S. Army (March-April): 6


“Punching Above Our Weight: The New Infantry Tactics of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment,” Lt. Col. Timothy Wright, U.S. Army; Capt. Victoria Hulm, U.S. Army; and Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Rose, U.S. Army (July-August): 108



Q


“The Question: Why Would China Not Invade Taiwan Now?,” Tim Willasey-Wilsey (September-October): 6



R


“The Reemergence of Gray-Zone Warfare in Modern Conflicts: Israel’s Struggle against Hamas’s Indirect Approach,” Omer Dostri (January-February): 120


“Rethinking Uzbekistan: A Military View,” Maj. Daniel J. O’Connor, U.S. Army (March-April): 116


“A Russian Military Framework for Understanding Influence in the Competition Period,” Tom Wilhelm (July-August): 32


“Russian New Generation Warfare: Deterring and Winning the Tactical Fight,” James Derleth, PhD (September-October): 82



S


“Sailing True North: Ten Admirals and the Voyage of Character” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (September-October): 158


“Sluss-Tiller Tests the Cultural Competence Special Operations Forces Need,” Louise J. Rasmussen, PhD (March-April): 106


“The Small-Team Replacement System: Wartime Replacement Systems in Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. R. Smith Griggs, U.S. Army; Capt. Jacob Haider, U.S. Army; and Luke Flatebo (January-February): 22


“Steal the Firewood from Under the Pot: The Role of Intellectual Property Theft in Chinese Global Strategy,” Capt. Scott Tosi, U.S. Army (July-August): 95


“The Strategic Relevance of Tic-Tac-Toe,” Maj. Amos C. Fox, U.S. Army (July-August): 99


“Strong Reasons Make Strong Actions: Closing the Leadership Gap in the Army Medical Corps,” Maj. Victoria Fernandes Sullivan, MD, U.S. Army (July-August): 140



T


“Tactical Data Science,” Col. Harry D. Tunnell IV, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 123


“Taiwan and the U.S. Army: New Opportunities Amid Increasing Threats,” Eric Setzekorn, PhD (September-October): 44


“Time Horizons Drive Potential Taiwan Cross-Strait Conflict,” David An (September-October): 10


“To Change an Army—Winning Tomorrow,” Lt. Gen. Eric J. Wesley, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jon Bates, U.S. Army (May-June): 6


“Training in the Time of COVID-19,” Maj. Thomas Michael Warth, Kansas Army National Guard (October online exclusive)


“Training the Shield Arm: How U.S. Army Air Defense Forces Are Embracing Field Manual 3-0 and Preparing for Large-Scale Ground Combat,” Col. Judson Gillett, U.S. Army; Maj. Catalina Rosales, U.S. Army; Maj. Brandon Thompson, U.S. Army; and Maj. Grady Stebbins, U.S. Army (May-June): 68


“‘Trans-Rational’: Iran’s Transnational Strategy for Dominance and Why It Cannot Survive Great Power Competition,” Maj. Scott J. Harr, U.S. Army (March-April): 77


“Tweeting Terror Live: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter during the Westgate Attack and Implications for Counterterrorism Communications,” Victoria Fassrainer (March-April): 85



U


“Unit Status Reports and the Gaming of Readiness,” Capt. Theo Lipsky, U.S. Army (July-August): 148


“Utilizing Army Historians in the Operational Force,” Capt. Michael Loveland, U.S. Army Reserve (March-April): 66



V


“Venezuela in Light of Anti-American Parties and Affiliations in Latin America,” Lt. Col. Geoffrey Demarest, JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 110



W


“We Are Missing Opportunities to Build Sustained, Total Force Readiness Inside Brigade Combat Teams,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Melin, DPhil, U.S. Army (March-April): 30


“Working to Master Large-Scale Combat Operations: Recommendations for Commanders to Consider during Home-Station Training,” Col. Michael J. Simmering, U.S. Army (May-June): 19

 
 

Author Index

 

A


Allen, T. S., Capt., U.S. Army, “Finding the Enemy on the Data-Swept Battlefield of 2035” (November-December): 28


An, David, “Time Horizons Drive Potential Taiwan Cross-Strait Conflict” (September-October): 10


Anderson, Scott, “Older Than You Realize: Teaching Branch History to Army Cyberwarriors” (November-December): 74



B


Bates, Jon, Chief Warrant Officer 5, U.S. Army; and Lt. Gen. Eric J. Wesley, U.S. Army, “To Change an Army—Winning Tomorrow” (May-June): 6


Beehner, Lionel, Dr.; and Maj. John Chambers, U.S. Army, “Competing Below the Threshold: Harnessing Nonviolent Action” (May-June): 116


Beldowicz, Brian C., Lt. Col., MD, U.S. Army; Maj. Michael Bellamy, DO, U.S. Army; and Maj. Robert Modlin, U.S. Army, “Death Ignores the Golden Hour: The Argument for Mobile, Farther-Forward Surgery” (March-April): 39


Bellamy, Michael, Maj., DO, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Brian C. Beldowicz, MD, U.S. Army; and Maj. Robert Modlin, U.S. Army, “Death Ignores the Golden Hour: The Argument for Mobile, Farther-Forward Surgery” (March-April): 39


Bellamy, Ronald F., Col., MD, U.S. Army; and Col. Craig H. Llewellyn, MD, U.S. Army, Retired, “Preventable Casualties: Rommel’s Flaw, Slim’s Edge” (May-June): 46


Blumberg, Matthew S., Maj., U.S. Army, “The Integrated Tactical Network: Pivoting Back to Communications Superiority” (May-June): 104


Blythe, Wilson C., Jr., Lt. Col., U.S. Army; David Farrell; Tim Jacobsen; and James Owens, “The Battlefield Development Plan: A Holistic Campaign Assessment to Inform the Army Modernization Enterprise” (July-August): 138


Bowery, Charles R. Jr., Col., SES, U.S. Army, Retired, “History and Heritage in the Operational Force: An Action Plan” (November-December): 6


Brau, Peter, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “Consolidating Gains in Northeast Syria: A Whole-of-Government Approach to Evaluating Civil Authority” (March-April): 96


Brown, Marlon W., Chaplain (Maj.), U.S. Army, “Developing Readiness to Trust Artificial Intelligence within Warfighting Teams” (January-February): 36


Brown, Timothy J., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Col. Chad LeMay, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. David S. Collins, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. M. Shane Perkins, U.S. Army, Retired, “Decisive Action Goes Digital” (September online exclusive)


Bundt, Michael, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “Leadership is Language: The Hidden Power of What You Say—and What You Don’t” (Review Essay) (May-June): 138



C


Carminati, Jason, Lt., U.S. Navy, “Assault on Fortress Europe: Military Deception and Operation Fortitude South” (September online exclusive)


Chambers, John, Maj., U.S. Army; and Dr. Lionel Beehner, “Competing Below the Threshold: Harnessing Nonviolent Action” (May-June): 116


Collins, David S., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Col. Chad LeMay, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Timothy J. Brown, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. M. Shane Perkins, U.S. Army, Retired, “Decisive Action Goes Digital” (September online exclusive)


Creed, Richard D., Jr., Col., U.S. Army; Lt. Gen. Michael D. Lundy, U.S. Army; Maj. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. William C. Latham Jr., U.S. Army, Retired, “Field Manual 4-0: Driving Sustainment Change” (January-February): 6


Crifasi, Jesse R., Chief Warrant Officer 4, U.S. Army; Capt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Nick Rife, U.S. Army, “The Human-Machine Paradox: A Balanced Approach to Finding and Fixing in 2035” (November-December): 38


Crosby, Courtney, PhD, “Operationalizing Artificial Intelligence for Algorithmic Warfare” (July-August): 42



D


Dai, Jing, Maj., Singapore Armed Forces; and Master Sgt. Raymond Huff, U.S. Army, “Great Power Collaboration? A Possible Model for Arctic Governance” (January-February): 80


Davidson, Michael J., Dr., “The President’s Pardon Power” (May-June): 127


Davis, Charles, Lt. Col., PhD, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Dan Sukman, U.S. Army, “Divided We Fall: How the U.S. Force Is Losing Its Joint Advantage over China and Russia” (March-April): 49


Demarest, Geoffrey, Lt. Col., JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired, “The National Liberation Army (ELN), Early 2020” (July-August): 86


Demarest, Geoffrey, Lt. Col., JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired, “Venezuela in Light of Anti-American Parties and Affiliations in Latin America” (July-August): 110


Dennis, Kirby R. “Bo,” Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “Preparing for the Unexpected: Enhancing Army Readiness in the Arctic” (July-August): 6


Derleth, James, PhD, “Russian New Generation Warfare: Deterring and Winning the Tactical Fight” (September-October): 82


Dostri, Omer, “The Reemergence of Gray-Zone Warfare in Modern Conflicts: Israel’s Struggle against Hamas’s Indirect Approach” (January-February): 120


Drew, Jerry V., II, Maj., U.S. Army, “The Army’s Gap in Operational-Level Intelligence for Space as Part of Multi-Domain Operations” (January-February): 70


Dunn, Brian J., “Drive Them into the Sea” (September-October): 68



E


Evans, Lee A., Lt. Col., PhD, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. G. Lee Robinson, PhD, U.S. Army, “Evaluating Our Evaluations: Recognizing and Countering Performance Evaluation Pitfalls” (January-February): 89



F


Falcone, Johnathan D., Lt., U.S. Navy, “The People’s Bank of China’s Monetary Armament: Capabilities and Limitations of Evolving Institutional Power” (July-August): 68


Fandre, Matthew, Col., MD, U.S. Army, “Medical Changes Needed for Large-Scale Combat Operations: Observations from Mission Command Training Program Warfighter Exercises” (May-June): 36


Farrell, David; Lt. Col. Wilson Blythe Jr., U.S. Army; Tim Jacobsen; and James Owens, “The Battlefield Development Plan: A Holistic Campaign Assessment to Inform the Army Modernization Enterprise” (July-August): 138


Fassrainer, Victoria, “Tweeting Terror Live: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter during the Westgate Attack and Implications for Counterterrorism Communications” (March-April): 85


Ferguson, Michael P., Capt., U.S. Army; Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jesse R. Crifasi, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Nick Rife, U.S. Army, “The Human-Machine Paradox: A Balanced Approach to Finding and Fixing in 2035” (November-December): 38


Finch, Ray C., Maj., U.S. Army, Retired, “Ensuring the Political Loyalty of the Russian Soldier” (July-August): 52


Fiore, Nicolas, Maj., U.S. Army, “The 2003 Battle of Baghdad: A Case Study of Urban Battle during Large-Scale Combat Operations” (September-October): 127


Flatebo, Luke; Maj. R. Smith Griggs, U.S. Army; and Capt. Jacob Haider, U.S. Army, “The Small-Team Replacement System: Wartime Replacement Systems in Large-Scale Combat Operations” (January-February): 22


Fogg, Rodney D., Maj. Gen., U.S. Army; Lt. Gen. Michael D. Lundy, U.S. Army; Col. Richard D. Creed Jr., U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. William C. Latham Jr., U.S. Army, Retired, “Field Manual 4-0: Driving Sustainment Change” (January-February): 6


Fox, Amos C., Maj., U.S. Army, “The Strategic Relevance of Tic-Tac-Toe” (July-August): 99


Fust, George, Maj., U.S. Army, “Key Ingredient in Army Leader Development: Graduate School” (January-February): 108



G


Gillett, Judson, Col., U.S. Army; Maj. Catalina Rosales, U.S. Army; Maj. Brandon Thompson, U.S. Army; and Maj. Grady Stebbins, U.S. Army, “Training the Shield Arm: How U.S. Army Air Defense Forces Are Embracing Field Manual 3-0 and Preparing for Large-Scale Ground Combat” (May-June): 68


Gold, Robert F., Maj., U.S. Army, “Chinese Soft Power: Creating Anti-Access Challenges in the Indo-Pacific” (November-December): 101


Griggs, R. Smith, Maj., U.S. Army; Capt. Jacob Haider, U.S. Army; and Luke Flatebo, “The Small-Team Replacement System: Wartime Replacement Systems in Large-Scale Combat Operations” (January-February): 22


Guelfi, Edward, Maj., U.S. Army; Brig. Gen. Joel B. (J. B.) Vowell, U.S. Army; and Maj. Benjamin Scott, U.S. Army, “Lightning Strike” (March-April): 19



H


Haider, Jacob, Capt., U.S. Army; Maj. R. Smith Griggs, U.S. Army; and Luke Flatebo, “The Small-Team Replacement System: Wartime Replacement Systems in Large-Scale Combat Operations” (January-February): 22


Harr, Scott J., Maj., U.S. Army, “‘Trans-Rational’: Iran’s Transnational Strategy for Dominance and Why It Cannot Survive Great Power Competition” (March-April): 77


Henry, Kevron W., Lt. Col., Jamaica Defence Force, “The Ostrich Complex and Leadership in Crisis” (November-December): 48


Hildebrand, Brian R., Lt. Col., Texas Army National Guard, “The Fourth Domain” (November-December): 90


Hodge, George, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Thad Weist, U.S. Army, Retired, “Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Transitioning from Literal to Virtual Teaching at the Command and General Staff School (CGSS)” (August online exclusive)


Hosler, John D., PhD, “Gap-Crossing Operations: Medieval and Modern” (March-April): 57


Huff, Raymond, Master Sgt., U.S. Army; and Maj. Dai Jing, Singapore Armed Forces, “Great Power Collaboration? A Possible Model for Arctic Governance” (January-February): 80


Hull, Mark M., PhD, JD, FRHistS, “Option 17: Military Law and Vigilante Justice in Prisoner of War Camps during World War II” (January-February): 100


Hulm, Victoria, Capt., U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Timothy Wright, U.S. Army; and Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Rose, U.S. Army, “Punching Above Our Weight: The New Infantry Tactics of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment” (July-August): 108



J


Jacobsen, Tim; Lt. Col. Wilson Blythe Jr., U.S. Army; David Farrell; and James Owens, “The Battlefield Development Plan: A Holistic Campaign Assessment to Inform the Army Modernization Enterprise” (July-August): 138


Jensen, Peter R., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Andy Riise, U.S. Army, “Lethal Weapon: Combatives and Mental Skills Training to Ensure Overmatch in the Close-Combat Fight” (July-August): 14



K


Kelly, Charles M., Capt., U.S. Army, “Information on the Twenty-First Century Battlefield: Proposing the Army’s Seventh Warfighting Function” (January-February): 62



L


Latham, William C., Jr., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Gen. Michael D. Lundy, U.S. Army; Maj. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, U.S. Army; and Col. Richard D. Creed Jr., U.S. Army, “Field Manual 4-0: Driving Sustainment Change” (January-February): 6


LeMay, Chad, Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Timothy J. Brown, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. David S. Collins, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. M. Shane Perkins, U.S. Army, Retired, “Decisive Action Goes Digital” (September online exclusive)


Lipsky, Theo, Capt., U.S. Army, “Unit Status Reports and the Gaming of Readiness” (July-August): 148


Llewellyn, Craig H., Col., MD, U.S. Army, Retired; and Col. Ronald F. Bellamy, MD, U.S. Army, “Preventable Casualties: Rommel’s Flaw, Slim’s Edge” (May-June): 46


Loveland, Michael, Capt., U.S. Army Reserve, “Utilizing Army Historians in the Operational Force” (March-April): 66


Lundy, Michael D., Lt. Gen., U.S. Army; Maj. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, U.S. Army; Col. Richard D. Creed Jr., U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. William C. Latham Jr., U.S. Army, Retired, “Field Manual 4-0: Driving Sustainment Change” (January-February): 6



M


Marble, Sanders, PhD, “Larger War, Smaller Hospitals?” (July-August): 23


McConnell, Richard A., Lt. Col., DM, U.S. Army, Retired, “Connecting the Dots: Developing Leaders Who Can Turn Threats into Opportunities” (May-June): 27


McConnell, Richard A., Lt. Col., DM, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. George Hodge, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Thad Weist, U.S. Army, Retired, “Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Transitioning from Literal to Virtual Teaching at the Command and General Staff School (CGSS)” (August online exclusive)


McIntyre, Jesse III, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired, “The Early Air War in the Pacific: Ten Months That Changed the Course of World War II” (Review Essay) (March-April): 130


McPhilamy, Jonathan G., Maj., U.S. Air Force, “Air Supremacy: Are the Chinese Ready?” (January-February): 56


Melin, Nicholas, Lt. Col., DPhil, U.S. Army, “We Are Missing Opportunities to Build Sustained, Total Force Readiness Inside Brigade Combat Teams” (March-April): 30


Military Review Staff, “National Guard Contributes to COVID-19 Fight” (Special Feature) (May-June): 141


Mills, Walker D., Capt., U.S. Marine Corps, “Deterring the Dragon: Returning U.S. Forces to Taiwan” (September-October): 54


Minnich, James M., Col., EdD, U.S. Army, Retired, “Denuclearization through Peace: A Policy Approach to Change North Korea from Foe to Friend” (November-December): 13


Modinger, John H., Lt. Col. PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired, “Admiral Bill Halsey: A Naval Life” (Review Essay) (January-February): 128


Modinger, John H., Lt. Col., PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired, “Sailing True North: Ten Admirals and the Voyage of Character” (Review Essay) (September-October): 158


Modlin, Robert, Maj., U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Brian C. Beldowicz, MD, U.S. Army; and Maj. Michael Bellamy, DO, U.S. Army, “Death Ignores the Golden Hour: The Argument for Mobile, Farther-Forward Surgery” (March-April): 39


Montesclaros, Mark, “Gods of War: History’s Greatest Military Rivals” (Review Essay) (November-December): 122


Muster, Richard T., Lt. Col., U.S. Air Force, “A Call for Dialogue with the Opponents of Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems” (March online exclusive)



O


O’Connor, Daniel J., Maj., U.S. Army, “Rethinking Uzbekistan: A Military View” (March-April): 116


Oliver, George F., Col., PhD, U.S. Army, Retired, “Keep Your Eye on the Prize: The Importance of Stability Operations” (May-June): 77


Orwin, Ethan, Maj., U.S. Army, “Not an Intellectual Exercise: Lessons from U.S.-Israeli Institutional Army Cooperation, 1973–1982” (January-February): 45


Owens, James; Lt. Col. Wilson Blythe Jr., U.S. Army; David Farrell; and Tim Jacobsen, “The Battlefield Development Plan: A Holistic Campaign Assessment to Inform the Army Modernization Enterprise” (July-August): 138



P


Payne, Jason M., Sgt. Maj., U.S. Army, “Leading the Change to Holistic Health and Fitness” (November-December): 66


Perkins, M. Shane, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Col. Chad LeMay, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Timothy J. Brown, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. David S. Collins, U.S. Army, Retired, “Decisive Action Goes Digital” (September online exclusive)


Petrusic, Michael, Maj., U.S. Army, “Discipline as a Vital Tool to Maintain the Army Profession” (November-December): 112


Portzer, Joshua M. M., Lt. Cmdr., U.S. Navy, “The People’s Protection Units’ Branding Problem: Syrian Kurds and Potential Destabilization in Northeastern Syria” (May-June): 92


Purser, Jennifer L., Maj., U.S. Army, “Multi-Domain Operations and Information Warfare in the European Theater” (November-December): 58



R


Rasmussen, Louise J., PhD, “Sluss-Tiller Tests the Cultural Competence Special Operations Forces Need” (March-April): 106


Rife, Nick, Chief Warrant Officer 3, U.S. Army; Capt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jesse R. Crifasi, U.S. Army, “The Human-Machine Paradox: A Balanced Approach to Finding and Fixing in 2035” (November-December): 38


Riise, Andy, Lt. Col., U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Peter R. Jensen, U.S. Army, Retired, “Lethal Weapon: Combatives and Mental Skills Training to Ensure Overmatch in the Close-Combat Fight” (July-August): 14


Robinson, G. Lee, Lt. Col., PhD, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Lee A. Evans, PhD, U.S. Army, “Evaluating Our Evaluations: Recognizing and Countering Performance Evaluation Pitfalls” (January-February): 89


Rosales, Catalina, Maj., U.S. Army; Col. Judson Gillett, U.S. Army; Maj. Brandon Thompson, U.S. Army; and Maj. Grady Stebbins, U.S. Army, “Training the Shield Arm: How U.S. Army Air Defense Forces Are Embracing Field Manual 3-0 and Preparing for Large-Scale Ground Combat” (May-June): 68


Rose, Daniel, Command Sgt. Maj., U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Timothy Wright, U.S. Army; and Capt. Victoria Hulm, U.S. Army, “Punching Above Our Weight: The New Infantry Tactics of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment” (July-August): 108


Russell, Bethany G., 1st Lt., U.S. Army, “Economic Warfare: China’s Financial Alternative to Military Reunification with Taiwan” (September-October): 33



S


Schoellhorn, Brian P., Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “Preventing the Collapse: Fighting Friction after First Contact at the National Training Center” (March-April): 6


Scott, Benjamin, Maj., U.S. Army; Brig. Gen. Joel B. (J. B.) Vowell, U.S. Army; and Maj. Edward Guelfi, U.S. Army, “Lightning Strike” (March-April): 19


Setzekorn, Eric, PhD, “Taiwan and the U.S. Army: New Opportunities Amid Increasing Threats” (September-October): 44


Simmering, Michael J., Col., U.S. Army, “Working to Master Large-Scale Combat Operations: Recommendations for Commanders to Consider during Home-Station Training” (May-June): 19


Sinclair, Nicholas, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, “A Logic All Its Own: Russian Operational Art in the Syrian Campaign” (January-February): 12


Slim, Sir William, Field Marshal, “Higher Command in War” (May-June): 54


Smith, Jeremy, Maj., U.S. Marine Corps, “Leadership during Large-Scale Combat Operations” (January-February): 29


Spessert, Robert D., JD, “Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities” (Review Essay) (July-August): 151


Starr, Meghan, Maj., U.S. Army, “Great Staff Officers and Great Commanders: What’s the Difference?” (November-December): 52


Stebbins, Grady, Maj., U.S. Army; Col. Judson Gillett, U.S. Army; Maj. Catalina Rosales, U.S. Army; and Maj. Brandon Thompson, U.S. Army, “Training the Shield Arm: How U.S. Army Air Defense Forces Are Embracing Field Manual 3-0 and Preparing for Large-Scale Ground Combat” (May-June): 68


Sukman, Dan, Lt. Col., U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Charles Davis, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired, “Divided We Fall: How the U.S. Force Is Losing Its Joint Advantage over China and Russia” (March-April): 49


Sullivan, Victoria Fernandes, Maj., MD, U.S. Army, “Strong Reasons Make Strong Actions: Closing the Leadership Gap in the Army Medical Corps” (July-August): 140



T


Thompson, Brandon, Maj., U.S. Army; Col. Judson Gillett, U.S. Army; Maj. Catalina Rosales, U.S. Army; and Maj. Grady Stebbins, U.S. Army, “Training the Shield Arm: How U.S. Army Air Defense Forces Are Embracing Field Manual 3-0 and Preparing for Large-Scale Ground Combat” (May-June): 68


Tosi, Scott, Capt., U.S. Army, “Steal the Firewood from Under the Pot: The Role of Intellectual Property Theft in Chinese Global Strategy” (July-August): 95


Tunnell Harry D., IV, Col., PhD, U.S. Army, Retired, “Tactical Data Science” (July-August): 123



V


Vowell, Joel B. (J. B.), Brig. Gen., U.S. Army; Maj. Benjamin Scott, U.S. Army; and Maj. Edward Guelfi, U.S. Army, “Lightning Strike” (March-April): 19



W


Warth, Thomas Michael, Maj., Kansas Army National Guard, “Training in the Time of COVID-19” (October online exclusive)


Weist, Thad, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. George Hodge, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired, “Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Transitioning from Literal to Virtual Teaching at the Command and General Staff School (CGSS)” (August online exclusive)


Wesley, Eric J., Lt. Gen., U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jon Bates, U.S. Army, “To Change an Army—Winning Tomorrow” (May-June): 6


Wilhelm, Tom, “A Russian Military Framework for Understanding Influence in the Competition Period” (July-August): 32


Willasey-Wilsey, Tim, “The Question: Why Would China Not Invade Taiwan Now?” (September-October): 6


Wright, Timothy. Lt. Col., U.S. Army; Capt. Victoria Hulm, U.S. Army; and Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Rose, U.S. Army, “Punching Above Our Weight: The New Infantry Tactics of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment” (July-August): 108



Z


Zhang, Linda, “How to Counter China’s Disinformation Campaign in Taiwan” (September-October): 21

 
 

Subject Index

 

Africa


“Tweeting Terror Live: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter during the Westgate Attack and Implications for Counterterrorism Communications,” Victoria Fassrainer (March-April): 85



Air and Missile Defense


“Training the Shield Arm: How U.S. Army Air Defense Forces Are Embracing Field Manual 3-0 and Preparing for Large-Scale Ground Combat,” Col. Judson Gillett, U.S. Army; Maj. Catalina Rosales, U.S. Army; Maj. Brandon Thompson, U.S. Army; and Maj. Grady Stebbins, U.S. Army (May-June): 68



Airpower


“Air Supremacy: Are the Chinese Ready?,” Maj. Jonathan G. McPhilamy, U.S. Air Force (January-February): 56


“The Early Air War in the Pacific: Ten Months That Changed the Course of World War II” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Jesse McIntyre III, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 130



Arctic


“Great Power Collaboration? A Possible Model for Arctic Governance,” Maj. Dai Jing, Singapore Armed Forces; and Master Sgt. Raymond Huff, U.S. Army (January-February): 80


“Preparing for the Unexpected: Enhancing Army Readiness in the Arctic,” Lt. Col. Kirby R. “Bo” Dennis, U.S. Army (July-August): 6



Army Discipline


“Discipline as a Vital Tool to Maintain the Army Profession,” Maj. Michael Petrusic, U.S. Army (November-December): 112



Army Historians


“History and Heritage in the Operational Force: An Action Plan,” Col. Charles R. Bowery Jr., SES, U.S. Army, Retired (November-December): 6


“Utilizing Army Historians in the Operational Force,” Capt. Michael Loveland, U.S. Army Reserve (March-April): 66



Army History


“Gods of War: History’s Greatest Military Rivals” (Review Essay), Mark Montesclaros (November-December): 122


“History and Heritage in the Operational Force: An Action Plan,” Col. Charles R. Bowery Jr., SES, U.S. Army, Retired (November-December): 6


“Older Than You Realize: Teaching Branch History to Army Cyberwarriors,” Scott Anderson (November-December): 74



Army Profession


“Discipline as a Vital Tool to Maintain the Army Profession,” Maj. Michael Petrusic, U.S. Army (November-December): 112



Artificial Intelligence


“Developing Readiness to Trust Artificial Intelligence within Warfighting Teams,” Chaplain (Maj.) Marlon W. Brown, U.S. Army (January-February): 36


“Operationalizing Artificial Intelligence for Algorithmic Warfare,” Courtney Crosby, PhD (July-August): 42



Autonomous Weapons Systems


“A Call for Dialogue with the Opponents of Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems,” Lt. Col. Richard T. Muster, U.S. Air Force (March online exclusive)



Battlefield Development Plan


“The Battlefield Development Plan: A Holistic Campaign Assessment to Inform the Army Modernization Enterprise,” Lt. Col. Wilson Blythe Jr., U.S. Army; David Farrell; Tim Jacobsen; and James Owens (July-August): 138



Cavalry


“Punching Above Our Weight: The New Infantry Tactics of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment,” Lt. Col. Timothy Wright, U.S. Army; Capt. Victoria Hulm, U.S. Army; and Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Rose, U.S. Army (July-August): 108



Central Asia


“Rethinking Uzbekistan: A Military View,” Maj. Daniel J. O’Connor, U.S. Army (March-April): 116



China


“Air Supremacy: Are the Chinese Ready?,” Maj. Jonathan G. McPhilamy, U.S. Air Force (January-February): 56


“Chinese Soft Power: Creating Anti-Access Challenges in the Indo-Pacific,” Maj. Robert F. Gold, U.S. Army (November-December): 101


“Deterring the Dragon: Returning U.S. Forces to Taiwan,” Capt. Walker D. Mills, U.S. Marine Corps (September-October): 54


“Divided We Fall: How the U.S. Force Is Losing Its Joint Advantage over China and Russia,” Lt. Col. Dan Sukman, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Charles Davis, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 49


“Drive Them into the Sea,” Brian J. Dunn (September-October): 68


“Economic Warfare: China’s Financial Alternative to Military Reunification with Taiwan,” 1st Lt. Bethany G. Russell, U.S. Army (September-October): 33


“How to Counter China’s Disinformation Campaign in Taiwan,” Linda Zhang (September-October): 21


“The People’s Bank of China’s Monetary Armament: Capabilities and Limitations of Evolving Institutional Power,” Lt. Johnathan D. Falcone, U.S. Navy (July-August): 68


“The Question: Why Would China Not Invade Taiwan Now?,” Tim Willasey-Wilsey (September-October): 6


“Steal the Firewood from Under the Pot: The Role of Intellectual Property Theft in Chinese Global Strategy,” Capt. Scott Tosi, U.S. Army (July-August): 95


“Taiwan and the U.S. Army: New Opportunities Amid Increasing Threats,” Eric Setzekorn, PhD (September-October): 44


“Time Horizons Drive Potential Taiwan Cross-Strait Conflict,” David An (September-October): 10



Civil Affairs


“Consolidating Gains in Northeast Syria: A Whole-of-Government Approach to Evaluating Civil Authority,” Lt. Col. Peter Brau, U.S. Army (March-April): 96


“Sluss-Tiller Tests the Cultural Competence Special Operations Forces Need,” Louise J. Rasmussen, PhD (March-April): 106



Combatives


“Lethal Weapon: Combatives and Mental Skills Training to Ensure Overmatch in the Close-Combat Fight,” Lt. Col. Peter R. Jensen, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Andy Riise, U.S. Army (July-August): 14



Combat Training Centers


“Working to Master Large-Scale Combat Operations: Recommendations for Commanders to Consider during Home-Station Training,” Col. Michael J. Simmering, U.S. Army (May-June): 19



Communications


“The Integrated Tactical Network: Pivoting Back to Communications Superiority,” Maj. Matthew S. Blumberg, U.S. Army (May-June): 104



COVID-19


“Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Transitioning from Literal to Virtual Teaching at the Command and General Staff School (CGSS),” Lt. Col. George Hodge, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Thad Weist, U.S. Army, Retired (August online exclusive)


“Decisive Action Goes Digital,” Col. Chad LeMay, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Timothy J. Brown, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. David S. Collins, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. M. Shane Perkins, U.S. Army, Retired (September online exclusive)


“National Guard Contributes to COVID-19 Fight” (Special Feature), Military Review Staff (May-June): 141


“Training in the Time of COVID-19,” Maj. Thomas Michael Warth, Kansas Army National Guard (October online exclusive)



Cyber


“Older Than You Realize: Teaching Branch History to Army Cyberwarriors,” Scott Anderson (November-December): 74



Doctrine


“Field Manual 4-0: Driving Sustainment Change,” Lt. Gen. Michael D. Lundy, U.S. Army; Maj. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, U.S. Army; Col. Richard D. Creed Jr., U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. William C. Latham Jr., U.S. Army, Retired (January-February): 6



Echelons-Above-Brigade Enablers


“We Are Missing Opportunities to Build Sustained, Total Force Readiness Inside Brigade Combat Teams,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Melin, DPhil, U.S. Army (March-April): 30



Economic Warfare


“Economic Warfare: China’s Financial Alternative to Military Reunification with Taiwan,” 1st Lt. Bethany G. Russell, U.S. Army (September-October): 33



Europe


“Multi-Domain Operations and Information Warfare in the European Theater,” Maj. Jennifer L. Purser, U.S. Army (November-December): 58



Exceptional Information


“Connecting the Dots: Developing Leaders Who Can Turn Threats into Opportunities,” Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 27



Future Wars


“To Change an Army—Winning Tomorrow,” Lt. Gen. Eric J. Wesley, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jon Bates, U.S. Army (May-June): 6



Gap-Crossing Operations


“Gap-Crossing Operations: Medieval and Modern,” John D. Hosler, PhD (March-April): 57



Gray-Zone Warfare


“The Reemergence of Gray-Zone Warfare in Modern Conflicts: Israel’s Struggle against Hamas’s Indirect Approach,” Omer Dostri (January-February): 120



Home Station Training


“Working to Master Large-Scale Combat Operations: Recommendations for Commanders to Consider during Home-Station Training,” Col. Michael J. Simmering, U.S. Army (May-June): 19



Indo-Pacific Command


“Chinese Soft Power: Creating Anti-Access Challenges in the Indo-Pacific,” Maj. Robert F. Gold, U.S. Army (November-December): 101



Infantry


“Punching Above Our Weight: The New Infantry Tactics of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment,” Lt. Col. Timothy Wright, U.S. Army; Capt. Victoria Hulm, U.S. Army; and Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Rose, U.S. Army (July-August): 108



Information Operations


“Finding the Enemy on the Data-Swept Battlefield of 2035,” Capt. T. S. Allen, U.S. Army (November-December): 28


“How to Counter China’s Disinformation Campaign in Taiwan,” Linda Zhang (September-October): 21


“Multi-Domain Operations and Information Warfare in the European Theater,” Maj. Jennifer L. Purser, U.S. Army (November-December): 58



Institutional Army Cooperation


“Not an Intellectual Exercise: Lessons from U.S.-Israeli Institutional Army Cooperation, 1973–1982,” Maj. Ethan Orwin, U.S. Army (January-February): 45



Intellectual Property Theft


“Steal the Firewood from Under the Pot: The Role of Intellectual Property Theft in Chinese Global Strategy,” Capt. Scott Tosi, U.S. Army (July-August): 95



Intelligence


“The Army’s Gap in Operational-Level Intelligence for Space as Part of Multi-Domain Operations,” Maj. Jerry V. Drew II, U.S. Army (January-February): 70


“Connecting the Dots: Developing Leaders Who Can Turn Threats into Opportunities,” Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 27



Iran


“‘Trans-Rational’: Iran’s Transnational Strategy for Dominance and Why It Cannot Survive Great Power Competition,” Maj. Scott J. Harr, U.S. Army (March-April): 77



Iraq


“The 2003 Battle of Baghdad: A Case Study of Urban Battle during Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. Nicolas Fiore, U.S. Army (September-October): 127



Israel


“The Reemergence of Gray-Zone Warfare in Modern Conflicts: Israel’s Struggle against Hamas’s Indirect Approach,” Omer Dostri (January-February): 120


“Not an Intellectual Exercise: Lessons from U.S.-Israeli Institutional Army Cooperation, 1973–1982,” Maj. Ethan Orwin, U.S. Army (January-February): 45-



Joint Operations


“Divided We Fall: How the U.S. Force Is Losing Its Joint Advantage over China and Russia,” Lt. Col. Dan Sukman, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Charles Davis, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 49



Kenya


“Tweeting Terror Live: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter during the Westgate Attack and Implications for Counterterrorism Communications,” Victoria Fassrainer (March-April): 85



Large-Scale Combat Operations


“The 2003 Battle of Baghdad: A Case Study of Urban Battle during Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. Nicolas Fiore, U.S. Army (September-October): 127


“Death Ignores the Golden Hour: The Argument for Mobile, Farther-Forward Surgery,” Lt. Col. Brian C. Beldowicz, MD, U.S. Army; Maj. Michael Bellamy, DO, U.S. Army; and Maj. Robert Modlin, U.S. Army (March-April): 39


“The Integrated Tactical Network: Pivoting Back to Communications Superiority,” Maj. Matthew S. Blumberg, U.S. Army (May-June): 104


“Larger War, Smaller Hospitals?,” Sanders Marble, PhD (July-August): 23


“Leadership during Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. Jeremy Smith, U.S. Marine Corps (January-February): 29


“Medical Changes Needed for Large-Scale Combat Operations: Observations from Mission Command Training Program Warfighter Exercises,” Col. Matthew Fandre, MD, U.S. Army (May-June): 36


“The Small-Team Replacement System: Wartime Replacement Systems in Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. R. Smith Griggs, U.S. Army; Capt. Jacob Haider, U.S. Army; and Luke Flatebo (January-February): 22


“Training the Shield Arm: How U.S. Army Air Defense Forces Are Embracing Field Manual 3-0 and Preparing for Large-Scale Ground Combat,” Col. Judson Gillett, U.S. Army; Maj. Catalina Rosales, U.S. Army; Maj. Brandon Thompson, U.S. Army; and Maj. Grady Stebbins, U.S. Army (May-June): 68


“Working to Master Large-Scale Combat Operations: Recommendations for Commanders to Consider during Home-Station Training,” Col. Michael J. Simmering, U.S. Army (May-June): 19



Latin America


“The National Liberation Army (ELN), Early 2020,” Lt. Col. Geoffrey Demarest, JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 86


“Venezuela in Light of Anti-American Parties and Affiliations in Latin America,” Lt. Col. Geoffrey Demarest, JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 110



Leadership


“Evaluating Our Evaluations: Recognizing and Countering Performance Evaluation Pitfalls,” Lt. Col. Lee A. Evans, PhD, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. G. Lee Robinson, PhD, U.S. Army (January-February): 89


“The Fourth Domain,” Lt. Col. Brian R. Hildebrand, Texas Army National Guard (November-December): 90


“Gods of War: History’s Greatest Military Rivals” (Review Essay), Mark Montesclaros (November-December): 122


“Great Staff Officers and Great Commanders: What’s the Difference?,” Maj. Meghan Starr, U.S. Army (November-December): 52


“Higher Command in War,” Field Marshal Sir William Slim (May-June): 54


“Key Ingredient in Army Leader Development: Graduate School,” Maj. George Fust, U.S. Army (January-February): 108


“Leadership during Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. Jeremy Smith, U.S. Marine Corps (January-February): 29


“Leadership is Language: The Hidden Power of What You Say—and What You Don’t” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Michael Bundt, U.S. Army (May-June): 138


“The Ostrich Complex and Leadership in Crisis,” Lt. Col. Kevron W. Henry, Jamaica Defence Force (November-December): 48


“Sailing True North: Ten Admirals and the Voyage of Character” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (September-October): 158


“Strong Reasons Make Strong Actions: Closing the Leadership Gap in the Army Medical Corps,” Maj. Victoria Fernandes Sullivan, MD, U.S. Army (July-August): 140



Maintenance


“Unit Status Reports and the Gaming of Readiness,” Capt. Theo Lipsky, U.S. Army (July-August): 148



Medical Operations


“Death Ignores the Golden Hour: The Argument for Mobile, Farther-Forward Surgery,” Lt. Col. Brian C. Beldowicz, MD, U.S. Army; Maj. Michael Bellamy, DO, U.S. Army; and Maj. Robert Modlin, U.S. Army (March-April): 39


“Larger War, Smaller Hospitals?,” Sanders Marble, PhD (July-August): 23


“Medical Changes Needed for Large-Scale Combat Operations: Observations from Mission Command Training Program Warfighter Exercises,” Col. Matthew Fandre, MD, U.S. Army (May-June): 36


“National Guard Contributes to COVID-19 Fight” (Special Feature), Military Review Staff (May-June): 141


“Preventable Casualties: Rommel’s Flaw, Slim’s Edge,” Col. Ronald F. Bellamy, MD, U.S. Army; and Col. Craig H. Llewellyn, MD, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 46


“Strong Reasons Make Strong Actions: Closing the Leadership Gap in the Army Medical Corps,” Maj. Victoria Fernandes Sullivan, MD, U.S. Army (July-August): 140



Military Deception


“Assault on Fortress Europe: Military Deception and Operation Fortitude South,” Lt. Jason Carminati, U.S. Navy (September online exclusive)



Military Justice


“Option 17: Military Law and Vigilante Justice in Prisoner of War Camps during World War II,” Mark M. Hull, PhD, JD, FRHistS (January-February): 100



Military Strategy


“The Strategic Relevance of Tic-Tac-Toe,” Maj. Amos C. Fox, U.S. Army (July-August): 99



Military Tactics


“Punching Above Our Weight: The New Infantry Tactics of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment,” Lt. Col. Timothy Wright, U.S. Army; Capt. Victoria Hulm, U.S. Army; and Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Rose, U.S. Army (July-August): 108



Modernization


“The Battlefield Development Plan: A Holistic Campaign Assessment to Inform the Army Modernization Enterprise,” Lt. Col. Wilson Blythe Jr., U.S. Army; David Farrell; Tim Jacobsen; and James Owens (July-August): 138


“To Change an Army—Winning Tomorrow,” Lt. Gen. Eric J. Wesley, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jon Bates, U.S. Army (May-June): 6



Multi-Domain Operations


“The Army’s Gap in Operational-Level Intelligence for Space as Part of Multi-Domain Operations,” Maj. Jerry V. Drew II, U.S. Army (January-February): 70


“Lightning Strike,” Brig. Gen. Joel B. (J. B.) Vowell, U.S. Army; Maj. Benjamin Scott, U.S. Army; and Maj. Edward Guelfi, U.S. Army (March-April): 19


“Multi-Domain Operations and Information Warfare in the European Theater,” Maj. Jennifer L. Purser, U.S. Army (November-December): 58



National Guard


“National Guard Contributes to COVID-19 Fight” (Special Feature), Military Review Staff (May-June): 141



National Training Center


“Preventing the Collapse: Fighting Friction after First Contact at the National Training Center,” Lt. Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn, U.S. Army (March-April): 6



Nonviolent Warfare


“Competing Below the Threshold: Harnessing Nonviolent Action,” Maj. John Chambers, U.S. Army; and Dr. Lionel Beehner (May-June): 116



North Korea


“Denuclearization through Peace: A Policy Approach to Change North Korea from Foe to Friend,” Col. James M. Minnich, EdD, U.S. Army, Retired (November-December): 13



Operational Art


“A Logic All Its Own: Russian Operational Art in the Syrian Campaign,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Sinclair, U.S. Army (January-February): 12



Operational Environment


“Competing Below the Threshold: Harnessing Nonviolent Action,” Maj. John Chambers, U.S. Army; and Dr. Lionel Beehner (May-June): 116



Performance Evaluations


“Evaluating Our Evaluations: Recognizing and Countering Performance Evaluation Pitfalls,” Lt. Col. Lee A. Evans, PhD, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. G. Lee Robinson, PhD, U.S. Army (January-February): 89



Personnel Replacement System


“The Small-Team Replacement System: Wartime Replacement Systems in Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. R. Smith Griggs, U.S. Army; Capt. Jacob Haider, U.S. Army; and Luke Flatebo (January-February): 22



Physical Fitness


“Leading the Change to Holistic Health and Fitness,” Sgt. Maj. Jason M. Payne, U.S. Army (November-December): 66



Presidential Pardons


“The President’s Pardon Power,” Dr. Michael J. Davidson (May-June): 127



Prisoners of War


“Option 17: Military Law and Vigilante Justice in Prisoner of War Camps during World War II,” Mark M. Hull, PhD, JD, FRHistS (January-February): 100



Readiness


“Unit Status Reports and the Gaming of Readiness,” Capt. Theo Lipsky, U.S. Army (July-August): 148


“We Are Missing Opportunities to Build Sustained, Total Force Readiness Inside Brigade Combat Teams,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Melin, DPhil, U.S. Army (March-April): 30



Russia


“Divided We Fall: How the U.S. Force Is Losing Its Joint Advantage over China and Russia,” Lt. Col. Dan Sukman, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Charles Davis, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 49


“Ensuring the Political Loyalty of the Russian Soldier,” Maj. Ray C. Finch, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 52


“A Logic All Its Own: Russian Operational Art in the Syrian Campaign,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Sinclair, U.S. Army (January-February): 12


“A Russian Military Framework for Understanding Influence in the Competition Period,” Tom Wilhelm (July-August): 32


“Russian New Generation Warfare: Deterring and Winning the Tactical Fight,” James Derleth, PhD (September-October): 82



Social Media


“Tweeting Terror Live: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter during the Westgate Attack and Implications for Counterterrorism Communications,” Victoria Fassrainer (March-April): 85



South America


“The National Liberation Army (ELN), Early 2020,” Lt. Col. Geoffrey Demarest, JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 86



Space Operations


“The Army’s Gap in Operational-Level Intelligence for Space as Part of Multi-Domain Operations,” Maj. Jerry V. Drew II, U.S. Army (January-February): 70



Special Operations


“Sluss-Tiller Tests the Cultural Competence Special Operations Forces Need,” Louise J. Rasmussen, PhD (March-April): 106



Stability Operations


“Keep Your Eye on the Prize: The Importance of Stability Operations,” Col. George F. Oliver, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 77



Sustainment


“Field Manual 4-0: Driving Sustainment Change,” Lt. Gen. Michael D. Lundy, U.S. Army; Maj. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, U.S. Army; Col. Richard D. Creed Jr., U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. William C. Latham Jr., U.S. Army, Retired (January-February): 6


“Preventable Casualties: Rommel’s Flaw, Slim’s Edge,” Col. Ronald F. Bellamy, MD, U.S. Army; and Col. Craig H. Llewellyn, MD, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 46



Syria


“Consolidating Gains in Northeast Syria: A Whole-of-Government Approach to Evaluating Civil Authority,” Lt. Col. Peter Brau, U.S. Army (March-April): 96


“A Logic All Its Own: Russian Operational Art in the Syrian Campaign,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Sinclair, U.S. Army (January-February): 12


“The People’s Protection Units’ Branding Problem: Syrian Kurds and Potential Destabilization in Northeastern Syria,” Lt. Cmdr. Joshua M. M. Portzer, U.S. Navy (May-June): 92



Taiwan


“Deterring the Dragon: Returning U.S. Forces to Taiwan,” Capt. Walker D. Mills, U.S. Marine Corps (September-October): 54


“Drive Them into the Sea,” Brian J. Dunn (September-October): 68


“Economic Warfare: China’s Financial Alternative to Military Reunification with Taiwan,” 1st Lt. Bethany G. Russell, U.S. Army (September-October): 33


“How to Counter China’s Disinformation Campaign in Taiwan,” Linda Zhang (September-October): 21


“The Question: Why Would China Not Invade Taiwan Now?,” Tim Willasey-Wilsey (September-October): 6


“Taiwan and the U.S. Army: New Opportunities Amid Increasing Threats,” Eric Setzekorn, PhD (September-October): 44


“Time Horizons Drive Potential Taiwan Cross-Strait Conflict,” David An (September-October): 10



Targeting


“The Human-Machine Paradox: A Balanced Approach to Finding and Fixing in 2035,” Capt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army; Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jesse R. Crifasi, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Nick Rife, U.S. Army (November-December): 38



Technology


“Finding the Enemy on the Data-Swept Battlefield of 2035,” Capt. T. S. Allen, U.S. Army (November-December): 28


“The Fourth Domain,” Lt. Col. Brian R. Hildebrand, Texas Army National Guard (November-December): 90


“The Human-Machine Paradox: A Balanced Approach to Finding and Fixing in 2035,” Capt. Michael P. Ferguson, U.S. Army; Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jesse R. Crifasi, U.S. Army; and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Nick Rife, U.S. Army (November-December): 38


“Tactical Data Science,” Col. Harry D. Tunnell IV, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 123



Terrorism


“Tweeting Terror Live: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter during the Westgate Attack and Implications for Counterterrorism Communications,” Victoria Fassrainer (March-April): 85



Training & Education


“Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Transitioning from Literal to Virtual Teaching at the Command and General Staff School (CGSS),” Lt. Col. George Hodge, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. Thad Weist, U.S. Army, Retired (August online exclusive)


“Connecting the Dots: Developing Leaders Who Can Turn Threats into Opportunities,” Lt. Col. Richard A. McConnell, DM, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 27


“Decisive Action Goes Digital,” Col. Chad LeMay, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Timothy J. Brown, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. David S. Collins, U.S. Army, Retired; and Lt. Col. M. Shane Perkins, U.S. Army, Retired (September online exclusive)


“Key Ingredient in Army Leader Development: Graduate School,” Maj. George Fust, U.S. Army (January-February): 108


“Lightning Strike,” Brig. Gen. Joel B. (J. B.) Vowell, U.S. Army; Maj. Benjamin Scott, U.S. Army; and Maj. Edward Guelfi, U.S. Army (March-April): 19


“Preventing the Collapse: Fighting Friction after First Contact at the National Training Center,” Lt. Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn, U.S. Army (March-April): 6


“Sluss-Tiller Tests the Cultural Competence Special Operations Forces Need,” Louise J. Rasmussen, PhD (March-April): 106


“Tactical Data Science,” Col. Harry D. Tunnell IV, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 123


“Training in the Time of COVID-19,” Maj. Thomas Michael Warth, Kansas Army National Guard (October online exclusive)


“We Are Missing Opportunities to Build Sustained, Total Force Readiness Inside Brigade Combat Teams,” Lt. Col. Nicholas Melin, DPhil, U.S. Army (March-April): 30



Transformation


“Tactical Data Science,” Col. Harry D. Tunnell IV, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 123



Turkey


“Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities” (Review Essay), Robert D. Spessert, JD (July-August): 151



Unit Status Reports


“Unit Status Reports and the Gaming of Readiness,” Capt. Theo Lipsky, U.S. Army (July-August): 148



Urban Terrain


“The 2003 Battle of Baghdad: A Case Study of Urban Battle during Large-Scale Combat Operations,” Maj. Nicolas Fiore, U.S. Army (September-October): 127



U.S. Navy


“Admiral Bill Halsey: A Naval Life” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (January-February): 128


“Sailing True North: Ten Admirals and the Voyage of Character” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (September-October): 158



Uzbekistan


“Rethinking Uzbekistan: A Military View,” Maj. Daniel J. O’Connor, U.S. Army (March-April): 116



Venezuela


“Venezuela in Light of Anti-American Parties and Affiliations in Latin America,” Lt. Col. Geoffrey Demarest, JD, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (July-August): 110



Warfighter Exercise


“Lightning Strike,” Brig. Gen. Joel B. (J. B.) Vowell, U.S. Army; Maj. Benjamin Scott, U.S. Army; and Maj. Edward Guelfi, U.S. Army (March-April): 19



Warfighting Functions


“Information on the Twenty-First Century Battlefield: Proposing the Army’s Seventh Warfighting Function,” Capt. Charles M. Kelly, U.S. Army (January-February): 62



World War II


“Admiral Bill Halsey: A Naval Life” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. John H. Modinger, PhD, U.S. Air Force, Retired (January-February): 128


“Assault on Fortress Europe: Military Deception and Operation Fortitude South,” Lt. Jason Carminati, U.S. Navy (September online exclusive)


“The Early Air War in the Pacific: Ten Months That Changed the Course of World War II” (Review Essay), Lt. Col. Jesse McIntyre III, U.S. Army, Retired (March-April): 130


“Option 17: Military Law and Vigilante Justice in Prisoner of War Camps during World War II,” Mark M. Hull, PhD, JD, FRHistS (January-February): 100


“Preventable Casualties: Rommel’s Flaw, Slim’s Edge,” Col. Ronald F. Bellamy, MD, U.S. Army; and Col. Craig H. Llewellyn, MD, U.S. Army, Retired (May-June): 46

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November-December 2019