100 Years After World War I: War to End All Wars Shaped Today’s Army
World War I did not make the world safe for democracy, as President Woodrow Wilson hoped when he asked Congress to declare war in 1917
Initially Reluctant, U.S. United for World War
April 6 marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S.
Is the Best Yet to Come, or the Worst?
In fiscal year 1950, the entire Defense Department ran on about $120 billion a year (adjusted for modern inflation rates).
Success Requires More Than a Buzzword
Before a culture of Mission Command succeeds, the Army must possess the moral courage to identify countless barriers and then tear them down.
April 2017 Book Reviews
Book Reviews on Topics Including General MacArthur, Disease in Military History, American Foreign Policy, and more.
Researchers Seek Answers to Brain Disease
New York Giants legend Frank Gifford took many hits in his college and professional football careers, but none was as jarring as one i
Realign the Army for Multi-Domain Battle
Following more than a decade of counterinsurgency focus, the U.S. Army has found itself increasingly challenged by adversaries in Eastern Europe and East Asia.