English Edition 2013
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Drones are here to stay, and the arguments against their use have to be addressed.
Employment of unmanned aerial vehicles in war carries costs that can have unforeseen strategic ramifications.
Mission command and its associated framework, the operations process, are central concepts that underpin how our Army fights.
The U.S. Military Academy’s capstone course, Officership, can help rekindle the enthusiasm for leader development across the Army.
The basic ideas of mission command have evolved continuously, often reflecting combat experience.
Leaders will be better equipped to manage teams if they understand the dynamic forces that bind them and tear them apart.
The Joint force must understand the importance of political causation in creating instability.
It is a travesty for the best military in the wolrd not to include the perspective of half the nation's talent pool in its strategic decision making.
Cyber-based information warfare is built upon E-citizen soldiers using social swarming to overwhelm a system, a decision-maker, or a critical node.
"The greatest, weirdest, coolest, hardware in the American aresenal" is probably undermining America's image abroad.
The time is now to understand post-traumatic stress as an injury.
Poland’s history may be tragic, but a doomed heroism distinguishes it.
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Announcing the 2013 General William E. DePuy Combined Arms Center Writing Competition. “What can the Army do to improve the combined effects of training, education, and experience to best develop leaders to apply Mission Command in order to execute Unified Land Operations?”