Editor’s note: The following was part of the Journal’s approving response to a proposal by General Ulysses S. Grant to reorganize the Army’s quartermasters and lessen their responsibilities.
From the archive: January 13, …Read more ›
Despite recent relief, a trillion dollars of defense budget cuts in the next decade will demand “new” or at least different ways to accomplish old tasks. A recent Pew …Read more ›
There is no shortage of ideas on how the United States should shape and use its military, or what the proper civil-military relationship should be. Relatively few, however, …Read more ›
In recent months, various parties have looked at America’s ground forces and their potential roles, utility, and — perhaps most importantly — narrative in the “post-Iraq” and soon …Read more ›
There have been at least seven major “wake-up calls” in cyber conflict, attacks or other events that shocked and surprised defenders and decisionmakers, then were promptly forgotten until a …Read more ›
Interesting parallels: “The Senkaku Islands as Cold War Berlin” by Zachary Keck (The Diplomat)
“The Army is fighting a budget battle by pretending it’s fighting a strategy battle,” …Read more ›