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Notes Epigraph. Herbert Edward Law and Charles Lincoln Rhodes, Napoleon In His Own Words (Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co, 1916), 119. 1. Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC), Army Vision— Force 2025, white paper (Washington, DC: ARCIC: 23 January 2014), 2, accessed 13 July 2015, USArmy_WhitePaper_Army-Vision-Force-2025_23JAN2014.pdf, 2-3. 2. Ibid., 3. 3. Ibid. 4. Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, quoted in Jim Garamone, “Dempsey: Military Battles Against Fiscal Uncertainty,” American Forces Press Service, 16 November 2013, accessed 13 July 2015, http://www.defense. gov/news. 5. David Kilcullen, Out of the Mountains: The Coming Age of the Urban Guerrilla (New York: Oxford University Press, 1 July 2015), 16 and 176. 6. Field Manual (FM) 2-91.4, Intelligence Support to Urban Operations (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office [GPO], March 2008), vi, distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies only. 7. Dennis M. Bushnell, “Future Strategic Issues/Future Warfare [Circa 2025]” (PowerPoint presentation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Reserch Center, Hampton, VA, 23 May 2001), accessed 13 July 2015,; for information on “swarms” and “swarming,” see John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, Swarming and the Future of Conflict (Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 19 December 2000), accessed 27 July 2015, http:// RAND_DB311.pdf. 8. Joshua T. Suthoff and Michael J. Culler, “Ideas on Cavalry,” ARMOR (October–December 2013), 64, accessed 13 July 2015, 9. Nathan A. Jennings, “Cavalry Branch: a Redesignation for the 21st Century,” ARMOR, ( January–February 2014), 23, accessed 13 July 2015, 2014/JAN_FEB/jennings.html. 10. Suthoff and Culler, “Ideas on Cavalry,” 62. 11. Ibid., 63. 12. Ken Segelhorst, “Small-Unit Kill Teams,” ARMOR ( January–February 2008), 26-33. 13. For information on the Close-Access Target Reconnaissance system, see Eric Lowry, “Tagging, Tracking, and Locating: Intelligence-Gathering in Support of Army 2020,” ARMOR (March–June 2014), accessed 14 July 2015, eARMOR/content/ issues/ 2014/MAR_JUN/Lowry.html; for information on the Unattended Ground Sensor system, see Defense Update, “Unattended Ground Sensors,” International Online Defense Magazine, 2006(1), accessed 24 August 2015, features/du-1-06/feature-ugs.htm. 14. For information on VECTOR rangefinder binoculars, see “VECTOR 21: The Typical Forward Observer Device,” Vectronix website, accessed 24 August 2015, rangefinders-day/binocular/vector-21; for information on the Long Range Scout Surveillance System, see Michel Jones and Christopher Wagner, “Long Range Scout Surveillance System (LRAS3),” ARMOR (November-December 1998), 22–24, accessed 24 August 2015, NOV_DEC/ArmorNovemberDecember1998web.pdf. 15. Lowry, “Tagging, Tracking, and Locating,” 71. 16. For information on the light tactical all-terrain vehicle, see Jason Hull, “New Equipment Makes Global Response Force More Mobile, Lethal,” website, 30 October 2014, accessed 24 August 2015, Global_Response_Force_more_mobile__lethal/; for information on the Ground X Vehicle, see Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, “New Ground X-Vehicle Technology (GXV-T) Program Aims to Break the ‘More Armor’ Paradigm for Protection,” DARPA website, 18 August 2014, accessed 24 August 2015, news-events/2014-08-18. 17. Stephen E. Bruch, “Did Force XXI Validate the Brigade Reconnaissance Troop?” (master’s thesis, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1998), iii, accessed 14 July 2015, dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a350081.pdf. 18. Derek D. McCrea, “TCM-ABCT Identifies Gaps in Bradley Training,” INFANTRY ( July–September 2013), 22, accessed 14 July 2015, Jul-Sep/pdfs/McCrea.pdf. 19. FM 3-20.96, Reconnaissance and Cavalry Squadron (Washington, DC: U.S. GPO, March 2010), 1–4, distribution authorized to U.S. government agencies and their contractors only. Interested in getting a personal subscription to Military Review? The Government Printing Office handles nongovernmental subscriptions to Military Review submitted by private citizens. For information on cost and instructions on how to subscribe on line, go to: https://bookstore. 54 November-December 2015  MILITARY REVIEW