As a young reporter in political Washington in the late 1980s, I noticed that there was a type of person who thrived in the driven, transactional environment of the capital.
Coffee as the conduit for memories of a military career
Conformity enables corruption
The Sunday New York Times Book Review ran my semi-annual survey of new books on military history.
I am neither old and wise, nor am I an impressively decorated combat veteran.
Policymakers must articulate the “why” informing a strategy and periodically revaluate whether it is achievable and what ought to come next.
I read recently in a new publication, ‘Rand Review,’ that the Girl Scouts now have a cybersecurity badge.
Are you a Syrian rebel in need of U.S.-manufactured assault rifles, or even a tank? You can buy it on Telegram.
I’d call my new military magazine PIVOT: The Journal of Conventional Military Wisdom.
Band of Brothers is a miniseries about the exploits of the soldiers of E Company, 2/506 PIR (Parachute Infantry Regiment) from their initial training until the end of World War II in Europe.