Military Review English Edition November-December 2015 - Page 150

MR TITLE INDEX # “1930s German Doctrine: A Manifestation of Operational Art,” Tal Tovy, Ph.D., (MayJun): 56 A “The Advisor and the Brigade Combat Team: Toward an Enduring Solution for an Enduring Requirement,” Lt. Col. Jeremy T. Gwinn, U.S. Army (May-Jun): 65 “Air Force Leaders Take Note: the Army is Changing,” Lt. Col. Jason Earley, U.S. Air Force (Nov-Dec): 77 “Air-Sea Battle and the Danger of Fostering a Maginot Line Mentality,” Lt. Col. Raymond Millen, U.S. Army, Retired (Mar-Apr): 125 “An All-Volunteer Force for Long-Term Success”, Col. Michael Runey, U.S. Army, and Col. Charles Allen, U.S. Army, Retired (Nov-Dec): 92 “The Anbar Awakening in Context … and Why It Is so Hard to Replicate,” Matthew T. Penney, Ph.D. (Mar-Apr): 106 “Ethics and the Enhanced Soldier of the Near Future,” Col. Dave Shunk, U.S. Air Force, Retired (Jan-Feb): 91 “Ethics, Combat, and a Soldier’s Decision to Kill,” Chaplain (Maj.) Sean Wead, U.S. Army (Mar-Apr): 69 F “The First Regionally Aligned Force: Lessons learned and the Way Ahead,” Capt. Cory R. Scharbo, U.S. Army (Jul-Aug): 84 “Force and Faith in the American Experience,” Col. Isaiah Wilson III, Ph.D., U.S. Army, and Maj. Lee Robinson, U.S. Army (Mar-Apr): 82 “Future Megacity Operations—Lessons from Sadr City,” Maj. Christopher O. Bowers, U.S. Army (May-Jun): 8 G “Army Civilians and the Army Profession,” Lt. Col. Robert Hynes, Ph.D., U.S. Army, Retired (May-Jun): 71 “Globally Integrated Operations in the Horn of Africa through the Principles of Mission Command,” Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., U.S. Army; Col. Todd Fox, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Matthew F. Dabkowski, U.S. Army; and Cmdr. Andrea N. Phelps, U.S. Navy (Sep-Oct): 8 “Army Leadership and the Communication Paradox” Maj. Christopher M. Ford, U.S. Army (Jul-Aug): 68 “God Is Not Here: A Soldier’s Struggle with Torture, Trauma, and the Moral Injuries of War (Review Essay),” Lt. Col. Douglas A. Pryer, U.S. Army (Sep-Oct): 133 “Army Translator and Interpreter Companies: A Wasted Resource,” Capt. Jessica L. Cook, U.S. Army (Sep-Oct): 65 “A Good Death: Mortality and Narrative in Army Leadership,” Maj. Dan Leard, U.S. Army (Nov-Dec): 119 “The Army University: Educating Leaders in a Complex World” Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, U.S. Army (Jul-Aug): 18 “Great Results Through Bad Leaders: The Positive Effects of Toxic Leadership,” Maj. Kane David Wright, Australian Army (May-Jun): 33 “The Art of Command and the Science of Control: Brigade Mission Command in Garrison and Operations,” Col. Val Keaveny, U.S. Army, and Col. Lance Oskey, U.S. Army (Mar-Apr): 62 “Assignment: Special Assistant to the Commander,” Col. Thomas P. Galvin, U.S. Army, Retired (Mar-Apr): 33 B “Back to the Future: Managing Training to ‘Win in a Complex World,’” Capt. Paul Lushenko, U.S. Army, and Maj. David Hammerschmidt, U.S. Army (Jan-Feb): 52 “Balancing Air and Missile Defense to Better Support Maneuver,” Capt. Vincent R. Wiggins Jr., U.S. Army (Nov-Dec): 55 C I “Identifying and Retaining the Army’s Best Midgrade Officers,” Brig. Gen. Ronald Kirklin, U.S. Army (May-Jun): 17 “The Ignorant Counterinsurgent: Rethinking the Traditional Teacher-Student Relationship in Conflicts,” Maj. Ben Zweibelson, U.S. Army (Mar-Apr): 94 “I Heard My Country Calling: A Memoir (Review Essay),” Lt. Col. Tom J. Tracy, U.S. Army