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THE PROFESSIONAL JOURNAL OF THE U.S. ARMY November-December 2015 Vol 95 No. 6 Professional Bulletin 100-15-11/12 Authentication no.1528602 Commander, USACAC; Commandant, CGSC: Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown Provost, Army University, CGSC: Brig. Gen. John Kem Director and Editor in Chief: Col. Anna R. Friederich-Maggard Administrative Assistant: Linda Darnell Managing Director: William M. Darley, Col., USA (Ret.) Operations Officer: Maj. Steven Miller Writing and Editing: Jeffrey Buczkowski, Lt. Col., USA (Ret.); Desirae Gieseman; Lt. Col. James Lowe Graphic Design: Michael Hogg Webmaster: Michael Serravo Editorial Board Members: Command Sgt. Maj. Micheal Clowser—Combined Arms Center-Education; Clinton J. Ancker III—Director, Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate; Robert Baumann—Director, CGSC Graduate Program; Lester W. Grau—Foreign Military Studies Office; John Pennington—Chief, Media Division, Center for Army Lessons Learned; Col. Christopher Croft— Director, Center for Army Leadership; Thomas Jordan—Deputy Director, MCCoE; Mike Johnson—Combined Arms Center-Training; Col. John Vermeesch—Deputy Director, Center for the Army Profession and Ethic; Col. Hank Arnold—Director, School of Advanced Military Studies Consulting Editors: Col. Luiz Henrique Pedroza Mendes—Brazilian Army, Brazilian Edition; Lt. Col. Jorge León Gould—Chilean Army, Hispano-American Edition Submit manuscripts and queries by email to usarmy.leavenworth.tradoc.mbx. military-review-public-em@mail.mil; or by mail to Military Review, CAC, 290 Stimson Avenue, Unit 2, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1254. Military Review presents professional information, but the views expressed herein are those of the authors, not the Department of Defense or its elements. The content does not necessarily reflect the official U.S. Army position and does not change or supersede any information in other official U.S. Army publications. Authors are responsible for the accuracy and source documentation of material they provide. Military Review reserves the right to edit material. Basis of official distribution is one per 10 officers for major commands, corps, divisions, major staff agencies, garrison commands, Army schools, Reserve commands, and Cadet Command organizations; one per 25 officers for medical commands, hospitals, and units; and one per five officers for Active and Reserve brigades and battalions, based on assigned field grade officer strength. Military Review is available online at http://militaryreview.army.mil. Military Review (US ISSN 0026-4148) (USPS 123-830) is published bimonthly by the U.S. Army, CAC, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1293. Paid subscriptions are available through the Superintendent of Documents for $42 US/APO/FPO and $58.80 foreign addresses per year. Please call GPO sales at 1-866-512-1800. Periodical postage paid at Leavenworth, KS, and additional mailing offices. 101 Leading Soldiers with— Not Primarily through— Communication Technology Maj. Andrew B. Stipp, U.S. Army Interpersonal relationships should be enhanced by the use of technology, but technology must never be allowed to supplant those relationships. Face-toface communication, or other active communication techniques, should be the preferred means for leaders to understand their soldiers’ values, principles, and emotions. 108 A Way to Teach Critical Thinking Skills so Learners Will Continue Using Them in Operations Marcus Griffin, PhD Lt. Col. Rob B. McClary, PhD, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired Even the most popular critical thinking classes do not necessarily lead to critical thinking on the job. Former Human Terrain System trainers describe an integrative model for ensuring learners continue to apply critical thinking in complex situations. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Military Review, CAC, 290 Stimson A