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The dynamics of military revolution 1300—2050: Thinking about revolutions in warfare
The term “revolution in military affairs” (RMA) became decidedly fashionable in the course of the 1990s. It lies at the heart of debates within the Pentagon over future strategy and has gainedExpand
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Thinking About Revolutions in Military Affairs
Abstract : The term revolution in military affairs (RMA) is a buzzword inside the Beltway and among academics interested in defense affairs. As Dennis Schowalter noted at a recent conference, RMA hasExpand
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Piercing the Fog: Intelligence and Army Air Forces Operations in World War II
Abstract : When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and Germany and Italy joined Japan four days later in declaring war against the United States, intelligence essential for the Army AirExpand
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Military Transformation and Legacy Forces
Abstract : Given the pace of technological change and uncertainties about future threats, transformation will likely follow a more turbulent process featuring aggressive experimentation, a continualExpand
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New parameters of viability in ischemic bowel disease.
Abstract 1. 1. Electromyographic patterns and an acidotic or normal serosal pH in the range of 7.30 to 7.80 are cumulatively significant guides to bowel viability. 2. 2. The lack of electromyographicExpand
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The dynamics of military revolution 1300—2050: Conclusion: The future behind us
The early Greek imagination envisaged the past and the present as in front of us – we can see them. The future, invisible, is behind us. … Paradoxical though it may sound to the modern ear, thisExpand
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Experimental Units: The Historical Record
Abstract : In the past, Experimental units have played a major role in extending combat capabilities and developing new concepts and doctrine for military organizations confronting seeminglyExpand
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The 1973 Yom Kippur War
Project 1946: Phase II
Abstract : In 1946, a team of US Army historians and intelligence officers established a long-term exchange with a select group of former members of the German General Staff, enabling a "red-team"Expand
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