To turn national political objectives into military action is the role of operational art. But effectively putting it into practice on the modern battlefield requires an understanding of its long theoretical lineage.Read More
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Competing views between the Army and the Air Force over close air support are rooted in fundamentally different ideas about the role airpower plays in winning wars.Read More
Emerging innovations within cutting-edge science and technology areas carry the potential to revolutionize governmental structures, economies, and life as we know it, writes MWI Adjunct Scholar Margaret Kosal.Read More
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