Military Review English Edition November-December 2015 - Page 154

Chief of Staff of the Army “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 “Leader Development and Talent Management: The Army Competitive Advantage,” Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, U.S. Army (Jul-Aug): 8 “Operation United Assistance: The Initial Response—Setting the Conditions in the Theater,” Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Matthew D. Koehler, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Charles C. Luke II, U.S. Army; and Maj. Christopher O. Bowers, U.S. Army (Jul-Aug): 75 “‘Order in Chaos: The Memoirs of General of Panzer Troops Herman Balck’ and ‘Fighting the Cold War: A Soldier’s Memoir’ (Review Essay),” Frederick A. Baillergeon (Nov-Dec): 125 Air and Missile Defense Cold War Communication “Balancing Air and Missile Defense to Better Support Maneuver,” Capt. Vincent R. Wiggins Jr., U.S. Army (Nov-Dec): 55 “The Civil Engagement Spectrum: A Tool for the Human Domain,” Lt. Col. James N. Krakar, U.S. Army Reserve (Sep-Oct): 19 “Countering the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Threat,” Col. Matthew T. Tedesco, U.S. Army (Nov-Dec): 64 “Commanders and Communication,” Lt. Col. David Hylton, U.S. Army (Sep-Oct): 84 Air Force “Air Force Leaders Take Note: the Army is Changing,” Lt. Col.. Jason Earley, U.S. Air Force (Nov-Dec): 78 Air-Sea Battle “Air-Sea Battle and the Danger of Fostering a Maginot Line Mentality,” Lt. Col. Raymond Millen, U.S. Army, Retired (Mar-Apr): 125 All-Volunteer Force “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 Armor “Comments on ‘Calvary Tanks’,” Maj. George S. Patton Jr., U.S. Army (Nov-Dec): 43 “Stryker Packages Allow the Army to Achieve Its Rapid Deployment Goal,” Maj. Daniel Hall, U.S. Army (May-Jun): 48 Army Civilians “Army Civilians and the Army Profession,” Lt. Col. Robert Hynes, Ph.D., U.S. Army, Retired (May-Jun): 71 Army Family “I Heard My Country Calling: A Memoir (Review Essay),” Lt. Col. Tom J. Tracy, U.S. Army, Retired (May-Jun): 87 Army National Guard and Army Reserve “Psychologically Fit to Lead: Behavioral Health Initiatives for the Reserve Officer Training Corps,” Maj. Gregory C. Mabry Jr., Psy.D., LCSW, U.S. Army (May-Jun): 29 Army Profession “Army Civilians and the Army Profession,” Lt. Col. Robert Hynes, Ph.D., U.S. Army, Retired (May-Jun): 71 Army University “The Army University: Educating Leaders in a Complex World” Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, U.S. Army (Jul-Aug): 18 “The Coming Educational Revolution in the Army,” Senator Pat Roberts (Jul-Aug): 16 “What Will The Army University Mean for Enlisted Soldiers?” Command Sgt. Maj. Micheal Clowser, U.S. Army (Jul-Aug): 29 Army Writing “Effective Writing for Army Leaders: The Army Writing Standard Redefined,” Desirae Gieseman, Department of the Army Civilian (Sep-Oct): 106 Asymmetric Warfare “NATO’s Approach to Irregular Warfare: Protecting the Achilles’ Heel,” Lt. Col. Christian Jeppson, Swedish Special Forces; Capt. Sampsa Heilala, Finnish Special Forces; Capt. Jan Weuts, Belgian Special Forces; and Master Sgt. Giovanni Santo Arrigo, Italian Special Forces (Sep-Oct): 27 Cavalry “Comments on ‘Calvary Tanks’,” Maj. George S. Patton Jr., U.S. Army (Nov-Dec): 43 “The Lights and the Heavies: Adapting Cavalry Branch to the Demands of Force 2025 and Beyond,” 1st Lt. Matthew McGoffin, U.S. Army (Nov-Dec