Год / месяц: 2019/5-6
Формат: PDF - 15 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.
4 Reinvigorating the Army’s Approach to Mission Command
It’s Okay to Run with Scissors (Part 1)
Gen. Stephen J. Townsend, U.S. Army
Maj. Gen. Douglas Crissman, U.S. Army
Maj. Kelly McCoy, U.S. Army
There is a significant difference between what mission command should be versus what actually happens, according to the commander of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and his fellow authors.
They believe the Army must reinvigorate its approach to mission command by evolving its doctrine, adapting leader development, and refining its training. This article was previously published by Military Review as an online exclusive in April 2019.
10 Responding to the Perfect Storm
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Disaster Response in Puerto Rico, 2017
Brig. Gen. Diana M. Holland, U.S. Army
A senior leader in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers describes its unique missions and the situation it faced during recent hurricane recovery operations in Puerto Rico. She then assesses the operation and makes recommendations for responding to potentially worse future natural disasters.
26 Civil Authority in Manbij, Syria
Using Civil Affairs to Implement Stabilization Activities in Nonpermissive Environments
Lt. Col. Peter S. Brau, U.S. Army
An experienced civil affairs officer describes how early and adequate planning among Departments of Defense and State, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and local civil authorities was critical to the successful introduction of humanitarian aid and the eventual rebuilding of Manbij, Syria, after the town was liberated from Islamic State control. This article was previously published by Military Review as an online exclusive in February 2019. ........