Military Review English Edition November December 2016 - Page 147

ANNUAL INDEX
“ Strategic Acquisition for Effective Innovation ,” Lt . Col . Rafael Rodriguez , U . S . Army ; Maj . William Shoemate , U . S . Army ; Maj . Justin Barnes , U . S . Army ; and Karen Burke ( Sep – Oct ): 20
Action Research
“ Action Research : A Systematic Approach to the Social Component of the Human Dimension ,” William Hardy and Joseph Rodman ( Jan – Feb ): 88
Afghanistan
“ Ten Lessons Learned About Host-Nation Construction in Afghanistan ,” Vikram Mittal , PhD ( Sep – Oct ): 94
Africa “ The AFRICOM Queen ,” Brian J . Dunn ( May – Jun ): 50
“ Conceptions of Leadership : U . S . and African Models ,” Maj . John D . McRae II , U . S . Army National Guard ( Nov – Dec ): 68
“ Operation Sangaris : A Case Study in Limited Military Intervention ,” Maj . Rémy Hémez , French Army ( Nov – Dec ): 72
Arms Proliferation
“ The Global Spread of Arms : The Link between State Collapse , Small Arms Proliferation , and Global Conflict ,” 2nd Lt . Josef Danczuk , U . S . Army ( Sep – Oct ): 42
Army Aviation
“ Precedent and Rationale for an Army Fixed-Wing Ground Attack Aircraft ,” Maj . John Q . Bolton , U . S . Army ( May – Jun ): 78
Army Civilians
“ The Army Civilian Corps : Professionals in the Making ,” Col . Kim Summers , U . S . Army , Retired ( Mar – Apr ): 113
Army National Guard and Army Reserve
“ The Role of the Reserve Component as an Operational Reserve ,” Capt . Eric J . Leib , U . S . Army Reserve ( Mar – Apr ): 99
Army Profession
“ The Army Civilian Corps : Professionals in the Making ,” Col . Kim Summers , U . S . Army , Retired ( Mar – Apr ): 113
“ Growing Army Professionals : Closing the Values Gap ,” Lt . Col . Thomas R . Matelski , U . S . Army ( Sep – Oct ): 76
Army Values
“ Growing Army Professionals : Closing the Values Gap ,” Lt . Col . Thomas R . Matelski , U . S . Army ( Sep – Oct ): 76
Art and War
“ Unconventional Art and Modern War ,” Maj . Randall A . Linnemann , U . S . Army ( May – Jun ): 17
Artillery
“ Reinventing the Wheel : Operational Lessons Learned by the 101st Division Artillery during Two Warfighter Exercises ,” Maj . Travis Robison , U . S . Army , and Capt . Alex Moen , U . S . Army ( Jul – Aug ): 72
Assigning Forces
“ Advantages of Assigning Forces ,” Lt . Col . Heather Reed , U . S . Army ( May – Jun ): 119
Asymmetric Warfare
“ Lenin ’ s Formula for Agenda Setting ,” Col . William M . Darley , U . S . Army , Retired ( Nov – Dec ): 114
“ Migration as a Weapon in Theory and in Practice ,” Kelly M . Greenhill , PhD ( Nov – Dec ): 23
Bolivia
“ Strategic Assessment of Bolivia ’ s Defense Policy ,” Cristián Faundes ( Sep – Oct ): 51
Brazil
“ Commanding General of the [ Brazilian ] Army Denies Possibility of Military Intervention ,” Heloisa Cristaldo , Agência Brasil ( Jul – Aug ): 53
CBRNE
“ 20th CBRNE Command : Organizing , Training , and Resourcing for Chemical , Biological , Radiological , Nuclear , and Explosives Operations ,” Brig . Gen . James B . Burton , U . S . Army Retired ; Col . F . John Burpo , U . S . Army ; and Capt . Kevin Garcia , U . S . Army ( Jul – Aug ): 62
“ The Chemical , Biological , Radiological , and Nuclear Terrorism Threat from the Islamic State ,” Carole N . House ( Sep – Oct ): 68
China
“ The Danger of Delusions — and How to Prevent Them from Causing Conflict : A Perspective on China ,” Col . Michael J . Forsyth , U . S . Army ( Jul – Aug ): 95
“ How America will be Attacked : Irregular Warfare , the Islamic State , Russia , and China ,” Dr . Sebastian Gorka ( Sep – Oct ): 30
CIA
“ Rebuttal : The CIA Responds to the Senate Intelligence Committee ’ s Study of Its Detention and Interrogation Program ( Review Essay ), John G . Breen , PhD ( Sep – Oct ): 128
Civil-Military Operations
“ Civil-Military Engagement Program : Enhancing the Mission of Regionally Engaged Army Forces ,” Maj . Christian A . Carr , U . S . Army ( Mar – Apr ): 60
Colombia
“ Colombia and the War-to-Peace Transition : Cautionary Lessons from Other Cases ,” Gen . Carlos A . Ospina , National Army of Colombia , Retired ; Thomas A . Marks , PhD ; and David H . Ucko , PhD ( Jul – Aug ): 40
Communication
“ Everything I Never Wanted to Learn about the Network and Where We Might Go from Here ,” Lt . Col . J . B . Shattuck , U . S . Army , Retired ( Jul – Aug ): 88
“ Military Operations in Megacities : A Linguistic Perspective ,” Jeff R . Watson , PhD ( Jan – Feb ): 108
Complex Operating Environment
“ Clouds or Clocks : The Limitations of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in a Complex World ,” Maj . Donald P . Carter , U . S . Army ( Mar – Apr ): 36
“ The Myth of the New Complexity ,” Lt . Col . Clay Mountcastle , PhD , U . S . Army , Retired ( Mar – Apr ): 47
“ On Convergence , Emergence , and Complexity ,” Lt . Gen . Patrick M . Hughes , U . S . Army , Retired ( Mar – Apr ): 42
Counterinsurgency
“ Bridging the Gap between Policing and Counterinsurgency in Pakistan ,” Yelena Biberman , PhD ; Philip Hultquist , PhD ; and Farhan Zahid , PhD ( Nov – Dec ): 37
“ Colombia and the War-to-Peace Transition : Cautionary Lessons from Other Cases ,” Gen . Carlos A . Ospina , National Army of Colombia , Retired ; Thomas A . Marks , PhD ; and David H . Ucko , PhD ( Jul – Aug ): 40
“ Counterinsurgency : What the United States Learned in Vietnam , Chose to Forget , and Needs to Know Today ,” ( Review Essay ), Col . Eric M . Walters , U . S . Marine Corps , Retired ( Jan – Feb ): 120
“ The Future of Warfare : Engaging and Defeating Nonstate , Nonuniformed , Unlawful Enemy Combatants ,” Lt . Col . Allen B . West , U . S . Army , Retired ( Jan – Feb ): 39
Counterpropaganda
“ To Respond or Not to Respond : Addressing Adversarial Propaganda ,” Lt . Col . Jesse McIntyre III , U . S . Army , Retired ( May – Jun ): 62
Counterterrorism
“ NATO Special Operations Forces , Counterterrorism , and the Resurgence of Terrorism in Europe ,” 1st Lt . Matthew E . Miller , U . S . Army Reserve ( Jul – Aug ): 55
Criminal Networks
“ Criminal Networks in Venezuela : Their Impact on Hemispheric Security ,” Prof . Leopoldo E . Colmenares G . ( Jan – Feb ): 53
Cyber
“ Cyberspace Situational Understanding for Tactical Army Commanders : The Army Is Swinging for the Fence , but It Just Needs a Single ,” Lt . Col . William Jay Martin , U . S . Air Force , Retired , and Emily Kaemmer ( Jul – Aug ): 18
“ Everything I Never Wanted to Learn about the Network and Where We Might Go from Here ,” Lt . Col . J . B . Shattuck , U . S . Army , Retired ( Jul – Aug ): 88
“ Host-Nation Cybersecurity in Future Stability Operations ,” Maj . Michael Kolton , U . S . Army ( Mar – Apr ): 76
“ The Relevance of Culture : Recognizing the Importance of Innovation in Cyberspace Operations ,” Lt . Gen . Edward C . Cardon , U . S . Army ; Col . David P . McHenry , U . S . Army ; and Lt . Col . Christopher Cline , U . S . Army ( Jul – Aug ): 34
“ U . S . Cyber Force : One War Away ,” Maj . Matt Graham , U . S . Army ( May – Jun ): 111
Decisive Action
“ Training for Decisive Action ,” Maj . Will Shoemate , U . S . Army , and Maj . Benjamin Jensen , U . S . Army ( Sep – Oct ): 102
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ANNUAL INDEX “Strategic Acquisition for Effective Innovation,” Lt. Col. Rafael Rodriguez, U.S. Army; Maj. William Shoemate, U.S. Army; Maj. Justin Barnes, U.S. Army; and Karen Burke (Sep–Oct): 20 Assigning Forces Complex Operating Environment “Advantages of Assigning Forces,” Lt. Col. Heather Reed, U.S. Army (May–Jun): 119 “Clouds or Clocks: The Limitations of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield in a Complex World,” Maj. Donald P. Carter, U.S. Army (Mar–Apr): 36 Asymmetric Warfare Action Research “Action Research: A Systematic Approach to the Social Component of the Human Dimension,” William Hardy and Joseph Rodman ( Jan–Feb): 88 Afghanistan “Ten Lessons Learned About Host-Nation Construction in Afghanistan,” Vikram Mittal, PhD (Sep–Oct): 94 “Lenin’s Formula for Agenda Setting,” Col. William M. Darley, U.S. Army, Retired (Nov–Dec): 114 “Migration as a Weapon in Theory and in Practice,” Kelly M. Greenhill, PhD (Nov–Dec): 23 Bolivia “Strategic Assessment of Bolivia’s Defense Policy,” Cristián Faundes (Sep–Oct): 51 Africa “The AFRICOM Queen,” Brian J. Dunn (May–Jun): 50 “Conceptions of Leadership: U.S. and African Models,” Maj. John D. McRae II, U.S. Army National Guard (Nov–Dec): 68 “Operation Sangaris: A Case Study in Limited Military Intervention,” Maj. Rémy Hémez, French Army (Nov–Dec): 72 Arms Proliferation “The Global Spread of Arms: The Link between State Collapse, Small Arms Proliferation, and Global Conflict,” 2nd Lt. Josef Danczuk, U.S. Army (Sep–Oct): 42 Army Aviation “Precedent and Rationale for an Army Fixed-Wing Ground Attack Aircraft,” Maj. John Q. Bolton, U.S. Army (May–Jun): 78 Army Civilians “The Army Civilian Corps: Professionals in the Making,” Col. Kim Summers, U.S. Army, Retired (Mar–Apr): 113 Army National Guard and Army Reserve “The Role of the Reserve Component as an Operational Reserve,” Capt. Eric J. Leib, U.S. Army Reserve (Mar–Apr): 99 Army Profession “The Army Civilian Corps: Professionals in the Making,” Col. Kim Summers, U.S. Army, Retired (Mar–Apr): 113 “Growing Army Professionals: Closing the Values Gap,” Lt. Col. Thomas R. Matelski, U.S. Army (Sep–Oct): 76 Army Values “Growing Army Professionals: Closing the Values Gap,” Lt. Col. Thomas R. Matelski, U.S. Army (Sep–Oct): 76 Art and War “Unconventional Art and Modern War,” Maj. Randall A. Linnemann, U.S. Army (May–Jun): 17 Artillery “Reinventing the Wheel: Operational Lessons Learned by the 101st Division Artillery during Two Warfighter Exercises,” Maj. Travis Robison, U.S. Army, and Capt. Alex Moen, U.S. Army ( Jul–Aug): 72 Brazil “Commanding General of the [Brazilian] Army Denies Possibility of Military Intervention,” Heloisa Cristaldo, Agência Brasil ( Jul–Aug): 53 CBRNE “20th CBRNE Command: Organizing, Training, and Resourcing for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Operations,” Brig. Gen. James B. Burton, U.S. Army Retired; Col. F. John Burpo, U.S. Army; and Capt. Kevin Garcia, U.S. Army ( Jul–Aug): 62 “The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Terrorism Threat from the Islamic State,” Carole N. House (Sep–Oct): 68 China “The Danger of Delusions—and How to Prevent Them from Causing Conflict: A Perspective on China,” Col. Michael J. Forsyth, U.S. Army ( Jul–Aug): 95 “How America will be Attacked: Irregular Warfare, the Islamic State, Russia, and China, Dr. Sebastian Gorka (Sep–Oct): 30 CIA “Rebuttal: The CIA Responds to the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Study of Its Detention and Interrogation Program (Review Essay), John G. Breen, PhD (Sep–Oct): 128 Civil-Military Operations “Civil-Military Engagement Program: Enhancing the Mission of Regionally Engaged Army Forces,” Maj. Christian A. Carr, U.S. Army (Mar–Apr): 60 Colombia “Colombia and the War-to-Peace Transition: Cautionary Lessons from Other Cases,” Gen. Carlos A. Ospina, National Army of Colombia, Retired; Thomas A. Marks, PhD; and David H. Ucko, PhD ( Jul–Aug): 40 Communication “Everything I Never Wanted to Learn about the Network and Where We Might Go from Here,” Lt. Col. J.B. Shattuck, U.S. Army, Retired ( Jul–Aug): 88 “Military Operations in Megacities: A Linguistic Perspective,” Jeff R. Watson, PhD ( Jan–Feb): 108 MILITARY REVIEW  November-December 2016 “The Myth of the New Complexity,” Lt. Col. Clay Mountcastle, PhD, U.S. Army, Retired (Mar–Apr): 47 “On Convergence, Emergence, and Complexity,” Lt. Gen. Patrick M. Hughes, U.S. Army, Retired (Mar–Apr): 42 Counterinsurgency “Bridging the Gap between Policing and Counterinsurgency in Pakistan,” Yelena Biberman, PhD; Philip Hultquist, PhD; and Farhan Zahid, PhD (Nov–Dec): 37 “Colombia and the War-to-Peace Transition: Cautionary Lessons from Other Cases,” Gen. Carlos A. Ospina, National Army of Colombia, Retired; Thomas A. Marks, PhD; and David H. Ucko, PhD ( Jul–Aug): 40 “Counterinsurgency: What the United States Learned in Vietnam, Chose to Forget, and Needs to Know Today,” (Review Essay), Col. Eric M. Walters, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired ( Jan–Feb): 120 “The Future of Warfare: Engaging and Defeating Nonstate, Nonuniformed, Unlawful Enemy Combatants,” Lt. Col. Allen B. West, U.S. Army, Retired ( Jan–Feb): 39 Counterpropaganda “To Respond or Not to Respond: Addressing Adversarial Propaganda,” Lt. Col. Jesse McIntyre III, U.S. Army, Retired (May–Jun): 62 Counterterrorism “NATO Special Operations Forces, Counterterrorism, and the Resurgence of Terrorism in Europe,” 1st Lt. Matthew E. Miller, U.S. Army Reserve ( Jul–Aug): 55 Criminal Networks “Criminal Networks in Venezuela: Their Impact on Hemispheric Security,” Prof. Leopoldo E. Colmenares G. ( Jan–Feb): 53 Cyber “Cyberspace Situational Understanding for Tactical Army Commanders: The Army Is Swinging for the Fence, but It Just Needs a Single,” Lt. Col. William Jay Martin, U.S. Air Force, Retired, and Emily Kaemmer ( Jul–Aug): 18 “Everything I Never Wanted to Learn about the Network and Where We Might Go from Here,” Lt. Col. J.B. Shattuck, U.S. Army, Retired ( Jul–Aug): 88 “Host-Nation Cybersecurity in Future Stability Operations,” Maj. Michael Kolton, U.S. Army (Mar–Apr): 76 “The Relevance of Culture: Recognizing the Importance of Innovation in Cyberspace Operations,” Lt. Gen. Edward C. Cardon, U.S. Army; Col. David P. McHenry, U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Christopher Cline, U.S. Army ( Jul–Aug): 34 “U.S. Cyber Force: One War Away,” Maj. Matt Graham, U.S. Army (May–Jun): 111 Decisive Action “Training for Decisive Action,” Maj. Will Shoemate, U.S. Army, and Maj. Benjamin Jensen, U.S. Army (Sep–Oct): 102 145