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Military Leadership Studies

Added December 01, 1999
Type: Book
Army Professionalism, the Military Ethic, and Officership in the 21st Century. Authored by Major John A. Nagl, Dr. C. Anthony Pfaff, Dr. Don M. Snider.
The authors first describe the ethical, technical, and political components of military professionalism and then address the causes for the decline. They conclude by proposing a set of principles which, if adhered to, will reinvigorate the vision of the officer corps and motivate the corps to selfless service.
Added June 01, 1999
Type: Book
Population Diversity and the U.S. Army. Edited by Colonel Lloyd J. Matthews, USA Ret., Dr. Tinaz Pavri.
It is an anthology of selected presentations that not only portrays the main challenges confronting those who must staff the future force in the face of unprecedented demographic flux, but also provides the attitudes and hopes of women and minorities who are part of today's Army.
Added January 01, 1999
Type: Book
Technology and the 21st Century Battlefield: Recomplicating Moral Life for the Statesman and the Soldier. Authored by Colonel Charles J. Dunlap, Jr..
The author starts from the traditional American notion that technology might offer a way to decrease the horror and suffering of warfare. He points out that historically this assumption is flawed in that past technological advances have only made warfare more—not less—bloody.
Added January 01, 1999
Type: Book
Warriors in Peace Operations. Edited by Dr. Douglas V. Johnson, II.
This collection of monographs has been assembled from the 42 Personal Experience Monographs written by the U.S. Army War College (USAWC) Class of 1998. The Personal Experience Monograph program was instituted immediately after the Gulf War with the original purpose of capturing first-person histories of various aspects of that war.