An established Army forum to promote original thought and debate on topics related to the art and science of land warfare.
Provides publishing opportunity to original thinkers drawn from a wide variety of eclectic backgrounds without regard to rank or official position.
Promotes a community of interest on a wide variety of issues of vital importance to the Army by providing a venue for publishing topical articles that foster serious discussion.
Our gold standard is new insight and fresh perspectives informed by original research, critical thinking, original thought, and persuasive analysis.
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