Joint Force Quarterly; Issue 86,2017 3rd Qtr

Joint Force Quarterly, Issue 86, 3rd Quarter 2017
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NDU Press produces Joint Force Quarterly in concert with ongoing education and research at National Defense University in support of the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. JFQ is the Chairman's joint military and security studies journal designed to inform and educate national security professionals on joint and integrated operations; whole of government contributions to national security policy and strategy; homeland security; and developments in training and joint military education to better equip America's military and security apparatus to meet tomorrow's challenges while protecting freedom today.

Joint Force Quarterly is designed for national security professionals in and out of the U.S. Government to promote understanding of the integrated employment of land, sea, air, pace, and special operations forces. This journal focuses on joint doctrine, integrated operations, coalition warfare, contingency planning, military operations conducted across the spectrum of conflict, and joint force development.

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Table of Contents

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From the Chairman: Maintaining a Boxer's Stance

By General Joseph Dunford, Jr.




Executive Summary

By William T. Eliason



An Interview with Kurt W. Tidd

By William T. Eliason



U.S. Southern Command: Evolving to Meet 21st-Century Challenges

By Kurt W. Tidd and Tyler W. Morton



Strategic Competition: Beyond Peace and War

By Daniel Burkhart and Alison Woody



Black is the New Red: Containing Jihad

By Scott Englund



Respecting Strategic Agency: On the Categorization of War in Strategy

By Lukas Milevski


JPME Today


Professional Military Education and Broadening Assignments: A Model for the Future

By Douglas Orsi



Civil-Military Relations in Transitions: Behavior of Senior Military Officers

By Charles D. Allen



A Strategic Leader's Guide to Transforming Culture in Large Organizations

By Mark Schmidt and Ryan Slaughter




Where Rumsfeld Got It Right: Making a Case for In-Progress Reviews

By Anthony Dunkin



Military Retirement Reform: A Case Study in Successful Public Sector Change

By Laura J. Junor, Samantha Clark, and Mark Ramsay



Trauma Care in Support of Global Military Operations

By Kyle N. Remick and Eric A. Elster




Building a Stay-Behind Resistance Organization: The Case of Cold War Switzerland Against the Soviet Union

By Kevin D. Stringer




Autonomous Weapons Systems Safety

By Brian K. Hall



The Trouble with Mission Command: Flexive Command and the Future of Command and Control

By Andrew Hill and Heath Niemi



Learning to Fish in Murky Waters: The Missing Link in Capacity-Building

By Stephen E. Webber and Donald E. Vandergriff


Book Reviews



By Ryan A. Sanford



The Grand Strategy of Classical Sparta

By Williamson Murray



The Grand Strategy That Won the Cold War

By John Culclasure


Joint Doctrine


Adaptive Doctrine: Infusing the Changing Character of Warfare into Doctrine

By Gregory E. Browder and Marcus J. Lewis



Joint Publication 3-0, Joint Operations

By Rick Rowlett



Joint Doctrine Update

By The Joint Staff


Members of the military, policymakers, governmental workers and contractors, defense contractors, agencies combatting terrorism, students and teachers interested in how the different branches of the military work together and with allies (particularly political science, governmental, and military studies), and military enthusiasts will enjoy this informative publication.

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