"An important addition to the current debate over what direction U.S. military doctrine should take, this book brings back into focus the central role of operational-level warfare in military thought."--James S. Corum, author of The Roots of Blitzkrieg
"A superb survey by a sophisticated military historian."--Jonathan M. House, author of Combined Arms Warfare in the Twentieth Century
"Interesting, informative and insightful."--Andrew F. Krepinevich, author of The Army and Vietnam
I would reccomend this book for anyone who believes that technology can replace officership and armor.
This is the kind of understandable mistake a writer makes in the course of writing a book, and it is why publishers hire editors and pay them (albeit not very well).
His narrative tone makes book the enjoyable and entertaining while at the same time, informative and stimulating.
Professor, you should offer this book in the format to be used by Kindle. Thank you!
I'm sure you might get more purchases too.
I can recommend all mr Citino's books. It is on the operational level that a battle/war is won and mr Citino's ability to explain and analyse operational warfare is unequalled.Published on October 8, 2008 by M. Kwint