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ARMY Magazine Vol. 67, No. 11, November 2017
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Strategy of Annihilation Not Yet Apparent
Lt. Gen. James M. Dubik, U.S. Army retired
There is evidence that the current administration is applying more military pressure, focused and intense, on the the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
How to Lose a Million Pounds in Two Weeks
Capt. Michael Smith
A Department of the Army campaign to remove excess property by integrating strategic partners would result in measurable readiness gains for the Army.
Access to Africa: Setting the Theater for Long-Term Strategic Success
Col. H. Clint Kirk IV
Lt. Col. Armando Hernandez
Success at the strategic level in Africa is attained through a long-term, integrated effort with country teams, African partners and U.S. allies.
Moral Misconceptions: Five Flawed Assumptions Confuse Moral Judgments on War
Lt. Col. Pete Kilner, USA Ret.
Conversations about the morality of war can be terribly frustrating. People tend to have strong moral feelings about war but muddled understandings.
Listen Up: Podcasts a Simple Way to Spread Your Message
Maj. David Weart
Capt. Micah J. Klein
Two years ago, a group of Army captains found a combination of pizza and beer was a catalyst for an engaging discussion on innovating leader development.
November 2017 Book Reviews
Book reviews of ‘Drawdown: The American Way of Postwar,’ ‘MacArthur’s Korean War Generals’, ‘The Great War and the Middle East,’ and more.