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Colonel Scott G. Wuestner

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Colonel Scott G. Wuestner is the Chief of Operational Integration for the Army’s Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute at Carlisle, PA. Prior to attending the U.S. Army War College from 2007 to 2008, Colonel Wuestner commanded 4-11 FA as part of the 172d Stryker Brigade serving in both Q-West and Taji, Iraq. During his 16 months in Iraq, he worked with various Provincial Reconstruction Teams as well as Police and Military Training Teams. He spent 18 months researching potential structural solutions for all phases of possible conflict in dealing with Building Partner Capacity and Stability Operations. Colonel Wuestner has been a recurring author in Field Artillery Journal. He holds a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy, an M.A. in Management from Webster University, as well as an M.A. in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College.

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SSI books and monographs by Colonel Scott G. Wuestner

  • Building Partner Capacity/Security Force Assistance: A New Structural Paradigm

    February 06, 2009

    Authored by Colonel Scott G. Wuestner.
    The current Building Partner Capacity and Stability Operations capabilities and capacities within the Army and how they relate and complement the efforts of the CRC are examined. As the General Purpose Force looks forward to expanding roles in Irregular Warfare, Foreign Internal Defense, Security Assistance and Stability Operations, does the U.S. Army or the Department of Defense have the proper force structure and minimal capability to fight and win through all phases of conflict?