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Richard D. Hooker Jr.

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Item Description: Presidio Press. Paperback. Book Condition: GOOD. Good: Gently used may contain ex-library markings, possibly has some minor highlighting, textual notations, and or underlining. Text is still easily readable. Bookseller Inventory # 2513420235

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Item Description: Presidio Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0891418075

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Item Description: Presidio Press, 2003. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0891418075

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Hooker, Richard D. Jr.

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Item Description: Presidio Press, Novato, California, U.S.A., 2003. Original Wraps. Book Condition: Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A beautiful, uncracked softcover copy. Bookseller Inventory # 016278

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Hooker, Richard D., Jr.

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Richard D. Hooker

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Item Description: Presidio Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New edition. 208 x 140 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. In this unique anthology, current or former American combat commanders write with clarity and honesty about key battles that demonstrate important aspects of the art of war. Written with ground-level familiarity which can only come from experience this invaluable collection brings together stories of many well known major battles as well as clashes that have been forgotten, lost from popular memory, until now. Among the contributors are well-known Presidio authors such as John Antal, Daniel Bolger, Jim McDonough, and Robert Leonhard. Editor Richard Hooker Jr. is an army lieutenant colonel currently assigned to the Pentagon as special assistant to the secretary of the army and a noted writer on military affairs. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9780891418078

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Richard D. Jr. Hooker

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. 142mm x 18mm x 209mm. Paperback. Before the movie, this is the novel that gave life to Hawkeye Pierce, Trapper John, Hot Lips Houlihan, Frank Burns, Radar O'Reilly, and the rest of the gang that made the 4077th MASH .Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 224 pages. 0.331. Bookseller Inventory # 9780688149550

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Greene County, AR, which includes the communities of Paragould (county seat), Beech Grove, Delaphaine, Lafe, Light, Marmaduke and Walcott, are recalled in this 78 page spiral bound booklet taken from the 1889 book: Goodspeed's History of Greene County, Arkansas. The booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a physical description of the county, agricultural products, population, railrays, settlers, a noted hunters, government, officials (judges, clerks, sheriffs, treasurers, coroners, surveyors, assessors, representatives), members of the bar, military affairs, municipalities and villages -- Bethel, Crowley, Finch, Gainesville, Halliday, Herndon, Lorado, Marmaduke, Paragould (county seat), Stonewall, Tilmanville, and Walcott --, schools, and churches. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and pften include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: W.T. Allison, T.J. Archer, H.L. Ayers, Joseph Bleier, E.M. Bobo, M.W. Boyd, E.S. Bray, William B. Breckenridge, Daniel W. Breckenridge, M.D. Bridges, C.J. Brinkman, Charles Brock, L.H. Case, Dr. R.C. Cavitt, A.T. Chaffin, William H. Cothren, Alfred T. Craig, J.W. Craven, J.W. Crawford, Benjamin H. Crowley, Henry Cupp, F.M. Daulton, R.T. Daniel, Dr. John M. Davis, L.T. Dennis, L.G. Dillman, A.L. Dover, J.C. Field, B.C. Gallup, Richard H. Gardner, G.L. Gentry, H.W. Glasscock, M.C. Gramling, George A. Gramling, C.W. Green, John W. Halley, Manoah B. Hampton, W.C. Hasty, Mrs. Isabella Highfill, John M. Highfill, D.D. Hodges, E.P. Holt, John W. Hooker, George R. Hopkins, Pressley Huckabay, C.P. Huckabay, H.C. Hunter, Richard Jackson, A.D. Jackson, I.C. Jeffers, William C. Johnson, B.A. Johnson, R.B. Jones, S.L. Joseph, Jesse Kenemure, T.B. Kitchens, John J. Lambert, E.D. Landrum, John V. Landrum, John M. Lloyd, William F. Lovejoy, Dr. Robert Lovelady, Dr. Calvin E. McAuley, William J. McBride, John McHaney, LaFayette McHaney, James K.P. McKelvey, Dr. J.G. McKenzie, Judge L. L. Mack, Dr. Rufus A. Markham, W.H. Martin, J.R. Miller, James F. Newberry, W.C. Newberry, John Nutt, John M. Nutt, John Odam, John O'Steen, Eugene Parrish, Seth W. Peebles, Wiley Pevehouse, I. H . Pillow, Robert W. Pruet, W.S. Pruet, Capt. Charles D. Pruet, George M. Rosengrant, T.T. Ross, Dr. Jefferson Davis Sibert, Joseph P. Smelser, David A. Smith, Simpson Smith, Irvin G. Smith, E.T. Smith, S.J. Smith, W.H. Sollis, John R. Starnes, G.W. Stevenson, J.R. Taylor, James. S. Tenisson, W.F. Thompson, Rev. J.T. Thompson, Rev. David Thorne, John C. Tredaway, Henry S. Trice, William H. Walden, Dr. Calvin Wall, Rev. David B. Warren, John E. Watson, William M. Weatherly, S.H. Weatherly, Andrew Webb, Dr. Henry McC. Webb, James H. Willcockson, Joseph H. Willcockson, T. R. Willcockson, J.W. Williams, William Worrell, Henry Wrape, Hezekiah B. Wright, Christopher C. Wright, and Dr. T.H. Wyse. Bookseller Inventory # 000441

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Richard D. Hooker

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Item Description: Presidio Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New edition. 208 x 140 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. In this unique anthology, current or former American combat commanders write with clarity and honesty about key battles that demonstrate important aspects of the art of war. Written with ground-level familiarity which can only come from experience this invaluable collection brings together stories of many well known major battles as well as clashes that have been forgotten, lost from popular memory, until now. Among the contributors are well-known Presidio authors such as John Antal, Daniel Bolger, Jim McDonough, and Robert Leonhard. Editor Richard Hooker Jr. is an army lieutenant colonel currently assigned to the Pentagon as special assistant to the secretary of the army and a noted writer on military affairs. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9780891418078

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Richard D. Hooker

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Item Description: Presidio Press. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, By Their Deeds Alone: America's Combat Commanders on the Art of War (New edition), Richard D. Hooker, In this unique anthology, current or former American combat commanders write with clarity and honesty about key battles that demonstrate important aspects of the art of war. Written with ground-level familiarity which can only come from experience this invaluable collection brings together stories of many well known major battles as well as clashes that have been forgotten, lost from popular memory, until now. Among the contributors are well-known Presidio authors such as John Antal, Daniel Bolger, Jim McDonough, and Robert Leonhard. Editor Richard Hooker Jr. is an army lieutenant colonel currently assigned to the Pentagon as special assistant to the secretary of the army and a noted writer on military affairs. Bookseller Inventory # B9780891418078

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Richard D. Hooker Jr. (Editor)

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Item Description: Presidio Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0891418075

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Hooker Jr, Richard D.

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Item doesn't include CD/DVD. Bookseller Inventory # 7649358

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Jr. Richard Bellush

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Item Description: Robert D. Reed Publishers, United States, 2010. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 238 x 160 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. This varied collection of short stories is filled with strange, amusing, memorable, and imperfect characters telling unlikely tales, such as: .Brown Acid: the psychedelic artist from Woodstock to 21st century.Soot: Asteroid impact and bumbling survivors .Unravel: Biotech mutations.Afterglow: Flawed long-life formula.Scum: Witches, aliens, junk food, and quasi-reality TV .Caterwaul: Cats a-wailing.Deep Fried: Fatty foods outlawed.Sex, Drugs Rock and Roll: Hookers, Users, and Rockers.Overlook: Kids stage backyard Waco.Lanamite: Exotic dancers and asteroid mining.Death s Little Helper: Young man believes he is the Reaper s aide .Bathory s Dudgeon: Aspiring vampire killer. Follow the 60s artist who calls himself Aardvark through the personal and social changes of the past 40 years in the tale entitled Brown Acid. See how two very non-heroic humans manage to survive an astronomical catastrophe in Soot. Hope that a junk food called Scum does not actually reach the supermarket shelves! From the first page to the last, readers will find these stories entertaining and hilarious. All of the characters portrayed in the fiction of Richard Bellush are deeply flawed in very human ways, but they often manage to be likable anyway. Sometimes they are likable because of their flaws. We, as readers, hope they succeed in their endeavors and occasionally they do.The short stories in this collection range from an all-too-real depiction of contemporary life to pure unashamed space opera. Throughout it all, the writing remains acerbic, funny, and thoroughly enjoyable. Bookseller Inventory # AAC9781931741194

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Published by Presidio Press (2003)

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Item Description: Presidio Press, 2003. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service!. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0891418075

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Jr. Richard Bellush

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Item Description: Robert D. Reed Publishers, United States, 2010. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 238 x 160 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. This varied collection of short stories is filled with strange, amusing, memorable, and imperfect characters telling unlikely tales, such as: .Brown Acid: the psychedelic artist from Woodstock to 21st century.Soot: Asteroid impact and bumbling survivors .Unravel: Biotech mutations.Afterglow: Flawed long-life formula.Scum: Witches, aliens, junk food, and quasi-reality TV .Caterwaul: Cats a-wailing.Deep Fried: Fatty foods outlawed.Sex, Drugs Rock and Roll: Hookers, Users, and Rockers.Overlook: Kids stage backyard Waco.Lanamite: Exotic dancers and asteroid mining.Death s Little Helper: Young man believes he is the Reaper s aide .Bathory s Dudgeon: Aspiring vampire killer. Follow the 60s artist who calls himself Aardvark through the personal and social changes of the past 40 years in the tale entitled Brown Acid. See how two very non-heroic humans manage to survive an astronomical catastrophe in Soot. Hope that a junk food called Scum does not actually reach the supermarket shelves! From the first page to the last, readers will find these stories entertaining and hilarious. All of the characters portrayed in the fiction of Richard Bellush are deeply flawed in very human ways, but they often manage to be likable anyway. Sometimes they are likable because of their flaws. We, as readers, hope they succeed in their endeavors and occasionally they do.The short stories in this collection range from an all-too-real depiction of contemporary life to pure unashamed space opera. Throughout it all, the writing remains acerbic, funny, and thoroughly enjoyable. Bookseller Inventory # AAC9781931741194

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Sylvester Judd

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: .35 Reuben, born about 1777. 86 Lucy, born about 1779. Married Capt. Richard Dowsick of Lyme, and died about 1828. Left 2 daughters. 87 James, born Dec. 30,1781. Died at St. Croix, about 1801, unmarried. 88 Levi, born about 1783. Lived near Troy, unmarried. Supposed to be dead. 89 Mary, born about 1785. Married, 1st, William Barrett, who soon died: and 2d, Simeon Hovey. Had 5 children by Hovey. Lives in Meriden, 1850. 90 John, born about 1787. 37. Erarrrnas Junn, son of Simeon Judd of Hartford, married Anna Jones. Died in Hartford, 1788. Left one child, Nancy, aged two years, who died young. 47. HEzEKIAH Juno, son of Amos Judd, made his will 1813, and it was proved 1823. Had a wife Lois, and one child, Mary, wife of Elijah Hooker, Jr. Lived at Kensington in Berlin. lGave something to his nephew Matthew Judd, son of Gideon, who lived at Kensington. 91. 49. Pnruarras Juno, son of Capt. Phinehas Judd, died about 1784. Left a widow Elizabeth, who married a Hart, and two children, Betsey and Polly. 92, 93. 58. Jonu Juno, son of John Judd, No. 21, made his will 1795, and died in New Britain, Berlin, 1796. His wife was Lydia Mather. The property was distributed to the widow and four children in 1798. Children--94 Bela, born 1770. 95 John, born 1772. 96 Alvin, born 1774. Died. 4 97 Anna, born 1776. Died. 98 Lydia, born 1779. Married Seth Smith. Said to have been a beautiful woman. 99 Oliver, born June 9, 1782. 60. Sarn Junn, son of John Judd, No. 2, married Lydia---. He was killed accidentally in the army, in 1777. He had a daughter, who died young. His son Seth, posthumous, was born Sept. 27, 1777, and he was also killed accidentally. Seth.Iudd s brother John and his sisters Mary Stanley and Rhoda North bought the right of widow. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781234180287

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Ballweg MPA PA-C DFAAPA, Ruth; Sullivan MS PA-C, Edward M.; Brown MPH PA-C DFAAPA, Darwin; Vetrosky PA-C PhD DFAAPA, Daniel

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Item Description: Saunders, 2008. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Section I Overview Chapter 1: History of the Profession and Current Trends, Ruth Ballweg Chapter 2: International Development of Physician Assistants, Roderick S. Hooker Chapter 3: Education, Dawn Morton-Rias and Jim Hammond Chapter 4: Credentialing: Accreditation, Certification, Licensing, and Privileging, Constance Goldgar, Dan Crouse, and Donald M. Pedersen Chapter 5: Financing and Reimbursement Systems, Michael Powe Chapter 6: The Political Process, Nicole Gara and Ann Davis Section II Medical Knowledge Chapter 7: Safety in Clinical Settings, Darwin Brown Chapter 8: Utilizing Diagnostic Studies, David R. Buck and Geraldine A. Buck Chapter 9: Clinical Procedures, Edward M. Sullivan Chapter 10: Genetics in Primary Care, Constance Goldgar, Michael Rackover, and Chantelle Wolpert Chapter 11: Chronic Care Perspectives, Virginia Hass and Mindy Milton Chapter 12: Pharmacology: The Use of Medications, Henry Stoll Chapter 13: Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Emily WhiteHorse Section III Interpersonal and Communication Skills Chapter 14: Patient Record, Richard R. Rahr Chapter 15: Interviewing and Communication Skills, Paul Lombardo and Sherrey Stolberg Section IV Patient Care Chapter 16: Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, and Patient Education, Walter A. Eisenhauer and Anna Mae Smith Chapter 17: Family Practice, Lynda White and Nelson Herlihy Chapter 18: Internal Medicine, Timothy C. Evans Chapter 19: Physician Assistants in Hospital Medicine, H. William MaHaffy Chapter 20: Emergency Medicine, David J. Pillow, Jr. and Edward M. Sullivan Chapter 21: Pediatrics, Linda M. Dale Chapter 22: Obstetrics and Gynecology, J. Kirkland Grant and Edward M. Sullivan Chapter 23: Surgery, Timothy J. King and Edward M. Sullivan Chapter 24: Orthopedics, Patrick C. Auth Chapter 25: Dermatology, P. Eugene Jones and Kristine J. Kucera Chapter 26: Oncology, Debra S. Munsell Chapter 27: Infectious Disease, Durward A. Watson Chapter 28: Geriatric Medicine, Veyjeyanthi S. Periyakoil, Steven Johnson, and Gwen Yeo Chapter 29: Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Maryann Ramos Chapter 30: Behavioral Science and Medicine: Essentials in Practice, F. J. Gino Gianola, Ky Haverkamp, and H. James Lurie Chapter 31: Patients with Disabilities, Lisa Southwick and Mary Vacala Chapter 32: End of Life Issues, Barbara Coombs Lee and Bryanne L. Jones Chapter 33: Public Health Emergencies, Martha Petersen and Linda Allison Section V Professionalism Chapter 34: Professionalism, William C. Kohlhepp, Tony Brenneman, and Paul Robinson Chapter 35: Clinical Ethics, F. J. Gianola and Keren H. Wick Chapter 36: Medical Malpractice and Risk Management, R. Monty Cary and James L. Cary Chapter 37: Employment: Building Your Career, Wallace D. Boeve and Donald M. Pedersen Chapter 38: Postgraduate Residency Programs, David P. Asprey Chapter 39: Dealing with Stress and Burnout, Ruth Ballweg Section VI Practice-Based Learning and Improvement Chapter 40: Evidence-Based Medicine, Anita Duhl Glicken Chapter 41: Research and the Physician Assistant, J. Dennis Blessing Chapter 42: Utilizing Consultants and Community Resources, Albert Simon and Ernest L. Stump Chapter 43: Health Disparities, Diane Dixon Abercrombie Section VII Systems-Based Practice Chapter 44: The Uninsured: Challenges and Solutions, Ruth Ballweg and Keren H. Wick Chapter 45: Inpatient Systems, Kenneth R. Harbert Chapter 46: Ambulatory Systems, Roderick S. Hooker Chapter 47: Rehabilitative and Long-Term Care Systems, Kathy A. Kemle Chapter 48: He. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_141604485X

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Sylvester Judd

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: .35 Reuben, born about 1777. 86 Lucy, born about 1779. Married Capt. Richard Dowsick of Lyme, and died about 1828. Left 2 daughters. 87 James, born Dec. 30,1781. Died at St. Croix, about 1801, unmarried. 88 Levi, born about 1783. Lived near Troy, unmarried. Supposed to be dead. 89 Mary, born about 1785. Married, 1st, William Barrett, who soon died: and 2d, Simeon Hovey. Had 5 children by Hovey. Lives in Meriden, 1850. 90 John, born about 1787. 37. Erarrrnas Junn, son of Simeon Judd of Hartford, married Anna Jones. Died in Hartford, 1788. Left one child, Nancy, aged two years, who died young. 47. HEzEKIAH Juno, son of Amos Judd, made his will 1813, and it was proved 1823. Had a wife Lois, and one child, Mary, wife of Elijah Hooker, Jr. Lived at Kensington in Berlin. lGave something to his nephew Matthew Judd, son of Gideon, who lived at Kensington. 91. 49. Pnruarras Juno, son of Capt. Phinehas Judd, died about 1784. Left a widow Elizabeth, who married a Hart, and two children, Betsey and Polly. 92, 93. 58. Jonu Juno, son of John Judd, No. 21, made his will 1795, and died in New Britain, Berlin, 1796. His wife was Lydia Mather. The property was distributed to the widow and four children in 1798. Children--94 Bela, born 1770. 95 John, born 1772. 96 Alvin, born 1774. Died. 4 97 Anna, born 1776. Died. 98 Lydia, born 1779. Married Seth Smith. Said to have been a beautiful woman. 99 Oliver, born June 9, 1782. 60. Sarn Junn, son of John Judd, No. 2, married Lydia---. He was killed accidentally in the army, in 1777. He had a daughter, who died young. His son Seth, posthumous, was born Sept. 27, 1777, and he was also killed accidentally. Seth.Iudd s brother John and his sisters Mary Stanley and Rhoda North bought the right of widow. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781234180287

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Sylvester Judd

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Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: "Sing Goddess, of the wrath of Achilles, Peleus' son." So begins the Iliad, the greatest war epic in western culture. Since the dawn of recorded history, the history of man has been nearly synonymous with the history of war, a history that begins with Homer and continues today. Then as now, war remains the ultimate arbiter of human affairs, an awful and ever-present reminder of humanity's failure to escape its wrathful roots. Seemingly inescapable, war is supremely important because it is the great destroyer of states and populations and whole cultures. And so the question itself is crucial to the survival of the state. What matters most in battle? There are many answers. Population, industrial capacity, economic power and the civil and military institutions of the state all play their roles. But in the end, leadership may loom largest. War is perhaps the most complicated and demanding of all human endeavors. Any junior leader who has attempted to move a small unit over rough terrain at night, avoiding enemy outposts, deploy into a combat formation and assault a position knows intuitively that fog and friction are masters of the battlefield. Multiply those problems a thousandfold and the challenges of battle command at higher levels begin to take shape. Throw in the emotional and psychic elements inherent in command during war and its daunting demands now appear in high relief. Battle command, particularly of higher formations, is extraordinarily complex, like brain surgery under fire. In all of history, only a relative few have mastered it. Others have been skilled practitioners, though they may have lacked the spark of genius-what Napoleon called "coup d'oeil"-that marks the great captains. Only the chosen few will succeed. But they will make history. This anthology was inspired by its authors and the Soldiers and Marines they lead. They have succeeded brilliantly in translating the reality of combat to a rising generation of combat leaders. Many were moved to delve deeply into military history as the wellspring of their profession, even as they fought America's wars and half-wars and rose to command themselves. Their experiences and reflections appear in this volume, a collection of battle studies that focus on leadership success, and failure, in the great campaigns of the last 150 years. From brigade- to army-group level, these lessons in battle command speak across the decades to the key questions of success in war. The authors are soldier-scholars of the first rank, some of whom are fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan today and will rise to lead our military in tomorrow's battles and campaigns. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1494392917

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