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Unity of Mission
While much has been written about civilian-military teams in Vietnam and, most recently, in Iraq and Afghanistan, the subject has not been addressed in a single, comprehensive publication containing historical context and reflecting a broad diversity of views. It is the intention of the coeditors of Unity of Mission to fill this gap. The authors are convinced that without unity among military and civilian actors, long-term mission success is difficult at best. They believe the essays contained in this volume attest to this assertion. They are also fully aware that civilian-military teams are not a silver bullet. Rather, at best, such teams serve as a useful tool in a more comprehensive security framework. Nevertheless, in an age of budgetary constraints, the need to coordinate military and civilian resources—hard, kinetic, and soft power—is clear. It is the opinion of the coeditors that civilian-military teams are critical to achieving the goals of sustainable peace, stability, and security.
Book: Unity of Mission, Gundersen and Civic Here
Book: Letters of Second Lieutenant Charles Wesley Chapman, Jr. Here
Wright Flyer: Fiscal and Operational Impacts of Standardizing US Military Resiliency Programs to Minimize Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, McDonald Here
Wright Flyer: Autonomous Warplanes, Schroer Here
Book: Chasing Success, Sewall Here
Wright Flyer: The Department of Defense and the Power of Cloud Computing, Dudash Here
Drew Paper: Balancing on the Pivots, McClam Here
Drew Paper: Instantly Basing Locust Swarms, Burdick Here
Wright Flyer: The Innate Insurgent Advantage, Boyd Here
Wright Flyer: Guilt-Free War, Sackett Here