In these 29 essays contributors from the national security community analyze a range of vital issues relevant to how wars are conducted, including whom to recruit, what to acquire, when to train, how to fight, and why. They cover the American way of war as a principle, the operational arts of conventional warfare and how they relate to what the US does now and in the near future, the operational arts of irregular warfare and the "small war," principles of post-conflict and stability operations, and the future of intelligence. The editors include a copy of the US Principles of Joint Operations. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Dr. Anthony D. Mc Ivor is vice president for national security studies at Gray Hawk Systems, Inc., in Alexandria, VA.
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