In this episode of the MWI podcast, Capt. Jake Miraldi speaks with four guests about writing and its usefulness as a tool for both storytelling and making sense of and creating order from complex issues related to war. The guests on this episode are: Phil Klay, author of Redeployment August Cole, co-author of Ghost Fleet Matt Gallagher, author of Youngblood Nate Finney, editor of the Strategy Bridge With three fiction writers among the participants, the conversation touched on the value of this genre to contextualize our thinking about war. Short stories, novels, and other works of fiction can help to refine...Read More
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We talk to the chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces’ Technology and Logistics Branch about subterranean warfare, autonomous platforms, and the future of war.Read More
In this episode of the MWI podcast, Capt. Jake Miraldi talks to bestselling author and MWI non-resident fellow Max Brooks about creativity, and why it is becoming such a vital trait for success on the modern battlefield.Read More
In this MWI podcast, Capt. Jake Miraldi talks to retired Staff Sgt. Sal Giunta, the first living recipient of the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War era.Read More
Capt. Jake Miraldi speaks with August Cole, coauthor of Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War about the future of autonomous platforms on the battlefield.Read More
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