Call Sign - Dust Off: A History Of U.S. Army Aeromedical Evacuation From Conception To Hurricane Katrina

Call Sign - Dust Off: A History Of U.S. Army Aeromedical Evacuation From Conception To Hurricane Katrina

by Defense Department (Editor)

Hardcover(First)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780160880094
Publisher: Bernan Distribution
Publication date: 04/26/2011
Edition description: First
Pages: 491
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

Table of Contents

Foreword Robert B. Neller v

Introduction: Counterinsurgency Leadership in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Beyond Nicholas J. Schlosser 1

Part I Counterinsurgency Leadership

Chapter 1 Counterinsurgency Leadership: The Key to Afghanistan and Iraq Mark Moyar 9

Chapter 2 Supreme Command in Irregular Warfare Eliot A. Cohen 17

Part II Brigade and Regimental Command

Chapter 3 The Art of Brigade Command in Counterinsurgency H. R. McMaster 29

Chapter 4 Brigade Command in Counterinsurgency Operations: Lessons from the Iraq War Peter R. Mansoor 37

Chapter 5 Regimental Command in Counterinsurgency W. Blake Crowe 51

Part III Battalion Command

Chapter 6 The Art of Battalion Command in Counterinsurgency: A Discussion Francis J. "Bing" West David J. Furness William M. Jurney Julian Dale Alford 57

Part IV Officer Development in the U.S. Military

Chapter 7 Officer Development for Counterinsurgency Nathaniel C. Fick 77

Chapter 8 The "Major" Challenge of Junior Officer Leadership Development and Talent Management Paula D. Broadwell 85

Chapter 9 Generalship and Counterinsurgency Thomas E. Ricks 103

Part V Counterinsurgency Leadership in Afghanistan

Chapter 10 Winning in Afghanistan David W. Barno John K. Wood 111

Chapter 11 Advising Afghan Military Forces Jeffery M. Haynes 123

Part VI The 2009 Afghan Presidential Election

Chapter 12 The Afghan Election and the Future of Afghanistan's Leadership: A Discussion Robert D. Kaplan Clare Lockhart Amin Tarzi Jeffrey Gedmin 133

Part VII General Officer Leadership in Counterinsurgency

Chapter 13 A Conversation with General David H. Petraeus 149

Contributors 181

Appendix: Acronyms and Abbreviations 193

Index 197

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