Transformation Under Fire: Revolutionizing how America Fights (Google eBook)

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2003 - History - 300 pages
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Are we prepared to meet the challenges of the next war? What should our military look like? What lessons have we learned from recent actions in Afghanistan and Iraq? Macgregor has captured the attention of key leaders and inspired a genuine public debate on military reform. Macgregor's controversial ideas, favored by the current Bush administration, would reduce timelines for deployment, enhance responsiveness to crises, and permit rapid decision-making and planning.
  

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Contents

V
1
VI
3
VII
7
VIII
11
IX
15
X
25
XI
26
XII
39
XL
143
XLI
144
XLII
147
XLIII
155
XLIV
159
XLV
161
XLVI
167
XLVII
171

XIII
42
XIV
51
XV
56
XVI
65
XVII
66
XVIII
69
XIX
72
XX
76
XXI
80
XXII
84
XXIII
85
XXIV
91
XXV
93
XXVI
95
XXVII
102
XXVIII
104
XXIX
108
XXX
109
XXXI
111
XXXII
119
XXXIII
121
XXXIV
124
XXXV
130
XXXVI
132
XXXVII
136
XXXVIII
139
XXXIX
141
XLVIII
173
XLIX
177
L
182
LI
186
LII
189
LIII
191
LIV
194
LV
200
LVI
206
LVII
209
LVIII
212
LIX
215
LX
225
LXI
231
LXII
233
LXIII
241
LXIV
249
LXV
252
LXVI
256
LXVII
257
LXVIII
259
LXIX
266
LXX
270
LXXI
276
LXXII
285
LXXIII
295
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DOUGLAS A. MACGREGOR is a Colonel with the Center for Technology and National Security at the National Defense University. A West Point graduate, he served in Desert Storm, earning a bronze star with "V" device for valor for his leadership of combat troops. He is the author of Breaking the Phalanx: A New Design for Landpower in the 21st Century (Praeger, 1997) and The Soviet-East German Military Alliance (1989). He holds an M.A. in comparative politics and a Ph.D. in international relations from the University of Viginia.

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