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Military Review; July/aug 2017

July/aug 2017; Military Review
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This issue of Military Review includes several insightful articles concerning countries with significant potential impacts on the United States: Russia, Venezuela, Japan, and North Korea. Additionally, in the first in a series of three articles, TRADOC commander Gen. David Perkins discusses the multi-domain battle concept. There's also an interesting comparison of the U.S. Army Stryker medium-force concept and Soviet motorized rifle equipment and organization.  Also featured is the winning submission to the 2016 Douglas MacArthur Military Leadership Writing Competition with a discussion on “helicopter” commanders. 

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6 Multi-Domain Battle

Driving Change to Win in the Future

Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army


14 Curbing the “Helicopter Commander”

Overcoming Risk Aversion and Fostering Disciplined Initiative in the U.S. Army

Maj. Lynn Marie Breckenridge, PhD


22 The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region

Dr. R. Evan Ellis


34 The Evolving Nature of Russia‘s Way of War

Lt. Col. Timothy Thomas, U.S. Army, Retired


43 North Korean Cyber Support to Combat Operations

1st Lt. Scott J. Tosi, U.S. Army


52 Advancing Security Cooperation through Executive Education

Maj. Michael Carvelli, U.S. Army


56 The Role of Forward Presence in U.S. Military Strategy

Col. Dave Shunk, U.S. Air Force, Retired

Lt. Col. Charles Hornick, U.S. Army

Maj. Dan Burkhart, U.S. Army


66 The American Motor-Rifle Brigade

Issues with the Stryker Brigade Combat Team Concept

Capt. Matthew D. Allgeyer, U.S. Army


75 Understanding Japan’s Role in Securing the Western Pacific

Lt. Col. Peter D. Fromm, U.S. Army, Retired


84 Professional Military Education

Proven in Combat during the Mexican War

Capt. Patrick Naughton, U.S. Army Reserve


92 The Military Moral Education Program

Checking Our Ethical Azimuth

Maj. Timothy Leone, U.S. Army

Maj. Saythala Lay Phonexayphova, U.S. Army


100 Navigating through the Challenge of Culture and Law in Postconflict Stability Operations

Lt. Col. John B. ( J. B.) Shattuck,

U.S. Army, Retired



111 Queen of Spies

Daphne Park, Britain’s Cold War Spy Master

John G. Breen, PhD


Military leaders and members, policymakers, Members of Congress, the Defense Department and defense contractors, committees and organizations focused on military strategy and technology and foreign affairs, and members of the intelligence community may be interested in this publication.

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