The US Army Will Experience Battlefield Surprise—Here’s How to Prepare Leaders and Organizations to Overcome It
Jim Greer | October 31, 2019
On October 6, 1973 the Israel Defense Forces were surprised when the Egyptian and Syrian armed...Read More
Going All in on the Great Game? The Curious and Problematic Choice of Kiplingesque Inspiration in US Military Doctrine
Matt Salyer | October 29, 2019
Eleven years ago, Tatiana Gfoeller, then US ambassador to Kyrgyzstan, found herself at brunch with...Read More
The decline-of-war thesis—the notion that armed conflict, especially between developed states, is...Read More
Sean Lawson | October 25, 2019
The United States launched a cyber operation against Iran in response to the September attacks on...Read More
“Augmented Intelligence Warrior”: An Artificial-Intelligence and Machine-Learning Roadmap for the Military
Scott Humr | October 24, 2019
Changes in military technological paradigms have a way of sneaking up on us. Complacency, rooted...Read More
Robert Massey | October 23, 2019
Make your bed, clean your room, iron your shirt, elbows off the table, listen, and be polite. It...Read More
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