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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Culture in conflict : irregular warfare, culture policy, and adaptation in the marine corps.
Stanford, California : Stanford Security Studies, ©2014
xvii, 249 pages
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (270 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||"When the boots hit the ground" : studying military culture from the ground up --
"Every marine a rifleman" : the egalitarian military service --
"Soldiers of the sea" : the Marine Corps expeditionary mindset --
"Honor, courage and commitment" : instilling the warrior ethos at the recruit depots --
"Tip of the spear" : leadership in the Corps --
"Building the plane as we're flying it" : simplifying solutions to culture in theater --
"The 80% solution" : (mis)-translations from SME to marine --
"Where's the 'so what'?" : processing culture at the Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning (CAOCL) --
"There's no 'I' in team" : reshaping culture specialists to fit a non-specialist culture.
"[Holmes-Eber] discusses how the Marine Corps came to grips with the necessity to expose its officers and enlisted Marines to cultural awareness so they could effectively operate in the combat arena.