Archive for February, 2012

Don’t waste a drawdown

As budgets shrink, let’s rethink how we organize, train and equip the Army

In 1950, there were 563,000 soldiers on active duty in the U.S. Army — yet, as General of the …

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Logistical fratricide

Light attack planes can reduce the heavy toll of supplying fuel for fighter jets

he Air Force has been continuously at war for more than 20 years. From the opening minutes of …

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In this issue

Students of military affairs have for centuries pondered whether there exist universal principles of war, or whether the uniqueness of each conflict renders such lists irrelevant. Clausewitz, who early in his career …

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