Год / месяц: 2017/1-2
Формат: PDF - 18 MB
The Military Review provides an established and well regarded Army forum to stimulate original thought and debate on topics related to the art and science of land warfare.
8 Against Bureaucracy
Richard Adams, PhD
An Australian scholar calls for senior leaders to reform an entrenched military bureaucracy that he believes suppresses the principles of mission command and impairs ethical reasoning.
15 Reducing the Size of Headquarters, Department of the Army
An After-Action Review
Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, U.S. Army, Retired Brig. Gen. David Komar, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Terrence Alvarez, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Raymond Shetzline, U.S. Army, Retired
A team of senior leaders recently from the Office of Business Transformation describe how Headquarters, Department of the Army redesigned the organization to significantly reduce the number of employees while improving functionality.
24 Producing Strategic Value through Deliberate War Planning
Lt. Col. Jim Cahill, U.S. Army
A new war-planning framework is proposed to mitigate the inherent tensions between politicians and civil and military leader
34 The Need for a Brigade Politics-and-Policy Staff Officer
Maj. Adam Scher, U.S. Army
A brigade-level politics-and-policy staff officer position could ensure commanders understand the political, social, and economic complexities that affect operations.
42 Expeditionary Land Power Lessons from the Mexican-American War
Maj. Nathan A. Jennings, U.S. Army
The Mexican-American War provides a case study of expeditionary operations in conventional and guerrilla settings, with lessons relevant to current and future operations.