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Army War College (U.S.)

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Works: 10,572 works in 15,086 publications in 1 language and 45,450 library holdings
Genres: Periodicals  Guidebooks  History  Tours  Conference papers and proceedings  Forecasts  Bibliography  Military history 
Roles: Editor, Publisher, Other, Author
Classifications: U1, 355.005
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Parameters ( file )
in English and held by 858 libraries worldwide
Parameters : journal of the US Army War College ( serial )
in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 676 libraries worldwide
The U.S. Army War College guide to the Battle of Gettysburg by Jay Luvaas( Book )
7 editions published between 1986 and 1987 in English and held by 476 libraries worldwide
"Here in one compact volume is a day-by-day and hour-by-hour account of the Battle of Gettysburg. Along with the numerous illustrations, photographs, and diagrams, this book provides features the official reports and physical observations of the commanding officers in their own words. These original source documents from bother Southern and Northern leaders provide a startling sense of reality and drama. This book takes you through a documented and ordered progression. Twenty-five stops are arranged in the order of the actual battle as it unfolded in 1863. Easy-to-follow maps show all significant troop positions and related terrain detail"--Page 4 of cover
The U.S. Army War College guide to the Battle of Antietam : the Maryland Campaign of 1862 by Army War College (U.S.)( Book )
8 editions published between 1987 and 1996 in English and held by 391 libraries worldwide
"This book features the official reports and physical observations of the commanding officers in their own words, along with numerous illustrations, photographs, and diagrams. It takes you through the operations of the opposing armies as they meet at the Battle of South Mountain. You follow the action through such places as Fox?s, Turner?s and Crampton?s Gaps to Harpers Ferry, across Boteler?s Ford, and on to Sharpsburg and the climax of the fighting. This book takes you through the battles in a documented and ordered progression. Eighteen stops are arranged, in the order of the battles as they unfolded"--Page 4 of cover
Future warfare : anthology by Robert H Scales( Book )
8 editions published between 1999 and 2001 in English and held by 365 libraries worldwide
Throughout U.S. history the American military services have had an unfortunate penchant for not being ready for the next war. Part of the problem has had to do with factors beyond their control: the American polity has been notoriously slow to respond to the challenges posed by dangerous enemies. On the other hand, American military institutions have been surprisingly optimistic in weighing their preparedness as they embarked on the nation's wars. The first battles involving American military forces hardly give reason for optimism. The initial defeats in the War of 1812, Bull Run, Belleau Woods, Savo Island, Kasserine Pass, Task Force Smith, and Landing Zone Albany hardly suggest unalloyed success by America's military in preparing for the next war. Admittedly, in each of its major wars the United States did enjoy the luxury of time to repair the deficiencies that showed up so glaringly in the country's first battles. Unfortunately, in the 21st century the United States may not have that luxury of time. Whatever approaches the American military take to innovation, war will occur. And it will provide a harsh audit. Almost certainly the next war will take the United States by surprise. U.S. military institutions may well have prepared for some other form of warfare, in some other location. To paraphrase Omar Bradley: it may well be the wrong war, in the wrong place, at the wrong time. But there it will be, and the American military will have to fight that conflict on its terms rather than their own. Unfortunately, military history is replete with examples of military institutions that have refused to adapt to the real conditions of war, but rather have attempted to impose their own paradigm--no matter how irrelevant or illsuited to the actual conditions. If we cannot predict where the next war will occur or what form it will take, there are some things for which the American military can prepare as they enter the next millennium
The U.S. Army War College guide to the Battles of Chancellorsville & Fredericksburg ( Book )
6 editions published between 1988 and 1989 in English and held by 323 libraries worldwide
Clausewitz and modern strategy by Michael I Handel( Book )
2 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 320 libraries worldwide
Med en række essays om Clausewitz' krigsteorier og hans betragtnnger om krig og krigsvidenskab, især hentet fra Clausewitz' berømte militærhistoriske klassiker: Vom Kriege (On War, Om Krige, 1832), som udkom året efter hans død, og bogen er tillige sammenlignende krigsteori. Den stammer fra en videnskabelig kongress hos amerikanske hær også skildret i "Journal of Strategic Studies 9, nr 2 og 3. Første del af bogen fortæller kort om Clausewitz ligesom at han bliver sat ind i en moderne sammenhæng. Anden del andler om krigskunstens historie i 1800-tallet og 1900-tallet, og i tredie del af bogen bliver Clausewitz' teorier relateret til de moderne krigserfaringer og moderne krigsteknik i 1900-tallet
New dynamics in national strategy : the paradox of power ( Book )
2 editions published in 1975 in English and held by 311 libraries worldwide
Guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency : U.S.-Soviet policy in the Third World ( Book )
3 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 290 libraries worldwide
Guide to the Battle of Shiloh ( Book )
2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 281 libraries worldwide
Guide to the Battle of Shiloh combines eyewitness accounts of this Tennessee battle with explicit details about advances and retreats, leadership strategies, obstacles, achievements, and tactical blunders. In addition, it provides directions to key points on the battlefield as well as maps depicting the action and details of troop positions, roads, rivers, elevations, and tree lines as they were 130 years ago
Military strategy in transition : defense and deterrence in the 1980s ( Book )
5 editions published between 1983 and 1984 in English and held by 267 libraries worldwide
National security and détente ( Book )
1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 248 libraries worldwide
An integrated rare earth elements supply chain strategy by Karl D Bopp( file )
2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 230 libraries worldwide
Rare earth element (REE) materials--rare earth ores, oxides, metals, alloys, semi-finished rare earth products, and components containing REES are used in a variety of commercial and military applications, such as cell phones, computer hard drives, and Department of Defense (DoD) precision-guided munitions. Today, most rare earth materials processing is performed in China, giving it a dominant position that could affect worldwide supply and prices. A disruption or manipulation of the rare earth elements supply chain will negatively impact DoD's National Security mission. To mitigate this vulnerability, DoD needs an integrated rare earth elements supply chain strategy that addresses the vulnerabilities and competing interests in such an integrated supply chain strategy
Building partner capacity/security force assistance : a new structural paradigm by Scott G Wuestner( Book )
6 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 77 libraries worldwide
This paper examines the current Building Partner Capacity and Security Force Assistance capabilities and capacities within the United States Army as well as Department of Defense. The current operational environment calls for us to look at history, policy, doctrine and other academic proposals to identify capability and capacity gaps. As the General Purpose Force looks forward to expanding roles in Irregular Warfare, Foreign Internal Defense and Security Assistance, does the U.S. Army have the proper force structure and minimal capability to fight and win the counterinsurgency of the future? This paper analyzes this construct and provides a framework for identifying proponency, institutionalizing lessons learned from OIF and OEF as well as providing military, police and governance structure as a tool for global engagement. This new structural paradigm will help the United States gain access, influence and build capacity throughout this new world order
The serpent in our garden : Al-Qa'ida and the long war by Brian M Drinkwine( Book )
3 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 63 libraries worldwide
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 caused Americans to realize that our sense of invincibility had been shattered. This paper will identify Al-Qa'ida and Salafi-Jihadists as our enemy and will recommend new approaches to fighting terrorism. I will explore Al-Qa'ida's organization, leaders, doctrine and their radical ideologies. I will argue that the war we must fight is one against Islamist transnational actors who openly engage in terrorism or support terrorism. I will highlight that our current National and Military Strategies to combat terrorism are inadequate to take on an ideologically emboldened transnational foe. I will emphasize that we must refocus our efforts and prepare to fight a war of several generations (long war) and will recommend several initiatives to include development of a cogent Grand National Strategy. These recommendations are intended to assist future planners in the development of a Grand National Strategy and an integrated long war campaign plan aimed directly at Al-Qa'ida, the Al-Qa'ida Associated Movement, and Islamist terrorists and executed through the application of diplomatic, informational, military and economic instruments of national power by an unified interagency effort in coordination with our multinational partners, international governmental and non-governmental organizations and regional security organizations
A suggested guide to the curricular archives of the U.S. Army War College, 1907-1940 by Benjamin Franklin Cooling( Book )
1 edition published in 1973 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
The assigned mission of the United States Army War College since its inception in 1901 has been to prepare selected officers for high command and staff duty. The honor roll of its graduates reflects accomplishment of this mission. But as the names and tasks of those graduates have changed through the years, so have the curricular offerings which spawned their professional abilities. Thus, it becomes fundamentally important for understanding twentieth century military events, institutions, and personalities that we comprehend the multifaceted educational approach which produced the Pershings, the Eisenhowers, and the Ridgways--nay, even the countless thousands who remained unknown beyond the cloister of Mars. Such necessity leads to the historical value of the curricular archives of the Army War College
China's cyber power and America's national security by Jayson M Spade( Book )
4 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
Originally submitted as a Strategy Research Project, this monograph examines the growth of Chinese cyber power and their known and demonstrated capabilities for offensive, defensive and exploitive computer network operations. Comparing China's capacity and potential to the United States' current efforts for cyber security, the author highlights the degree to which the People's Republic of China's cyber power poses a threat to United States' national security and offers proposals to improve future U.S. policy for cyber security and defense
How does the National Guard become relevant, ready and reactive? by Angelito L Gutierrez( Book )
3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
The National Guard is an integral part of National Power and is heavily relied upon to execute missions in support of the National Security Strategy. This is a result of the increased peace keeping and enforcement missions and reduction of the active force structure. The concerted effort executed by the National Guard and the Active Army in the early 90s has made it combat ready and deployable. Translating the level of training proficiency and abilities of the Guard to the Active Army and being able to deploy into a theater of operation within a timely manner so as to be an affective player in a combatant commander's plan are the issues. The process by which the Guard is activated and deployed in response to a national emergency is hindering its responsiveness to the needs of the Nation. The validation requirement within the mobilization process is redundant and unnecessary. The National Guard can deploy into theater and conduct combat and combat support missions within the normal prescribed timelines given to Active Army units. WARTRACE relationships between RC and AC units have to be established and maintained. The Time-Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD) has to include these Guard units. The dividing line that has separated the AC and RC is disappearing with the increased Operational Tempo (OPTEMPO) brought upon by the Volatility Uncertainty Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) environment. In addition compatible information systems and centralized accounting of readiness levels are giving the AC and RC the link towards inter- operability
An analytical review of the United States national interests in Korea by Frederick W Swope( Book )
3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
This paper will examine the decades of stalemate between the Koreas since the end of World War Two and the recent changes on the Korean peninsula and analyze the current policy objectives and interests for continued security on the peninsula and in the region. It will address these new growing tensions, and review the United States National interests and policy differences with South Korea. The paper will review whether U.S. policies and strategies for both South and North Korea should be changed, to include whether the United States should remain in Korea or reposition its current forces. Although the Cold War is over and a number of conditions on the Peninsula have changed, U.S. interests and objectives have remained relatively unchanged. The existing military alliance between South Korea and the United States should be continued with some modifications to meet the changing environment and even expanded to meet future regional security issues. Continued presence by United States forces in the region will deter North Korean aggression until eventual unification and act as a future regional stabilizer
 
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controlled identity General Staff College (U.S.)

Carlisle Barracks (Pa.) Army War College
Carlisle (Pa.) Army War College
Colaiste a' Chogaidh aig Arm nan Stàitean Aonaichte
Ecole militaire (Etats-Unis)
Fort Leavenworth (Kan.) Army War College
General Staff College (U.S.)
Spojené státy americké Army War College
Spojené státy americké War College
Stany Zjednoczone. Army. War College.
Stany Zjednoczone. War College.
U.S. Army War College.
U.S. War College
United States. Army. Army War College.
United States Army War College
United States Army War College at Carlisle Barracks
United States Army War College (Carlisle Barracks)
United States. General Staff College
United States War College
US Army War College.
US Army War College (Carlisle Barracks)
US War College.
USA Army War College
USA War College
USAWC
War College
Washington (D.C.) Army War College
Κολέγιο Πολέμου του Αμερικανικού Στρατού
Ваенны каледж арміі ЗША
Военный колледж Армии США
Воєнний коледж армії США
미국 육군참모대학교
米国陸軍戦略大学
美国陆军军事学院
美国陆军战争学院
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