Lessons from Ground Combat in the Gulf: The Impact of Training and Technology

  title={Lessons from Ground Combat in the Gulf: The Impact of Training and Technology},
  author={Daryl G. Press},
  journal={International Security},
Many of the ideas in this article were developed through conversations with Eugene Gholz, Colonel Michael Kephart (U.S. Marine Corps), Ken Pollack, Barry Posen, Jeremy Shapiro, Lieutenant Colonel Mike Trahan (US. Army), and Lieutenant Colonel John Turner (US. Marine Corps). Stephen Biddle commented on an earlier draft. Although he and I still disagree, his detailed comments refined my understanding of his argument and helped me sharpen my own 
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