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Some Army War College bibliographies: Cyber, U.S. military history, officership

AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY The purpose of this bibliography is to introduce some of the resources readily available in our Library’s collection on American Military History. Topics include the importance of history, doctrine, strategy, and tactics, lessons learned, rules of engagement and law of war, transformation and reform, and pathways to additional historical information. http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/bibs/american_military_history.pdf CYBERSPACE ...

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AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY
The purpose of this bibliography is to introduce some of the resources readily available in our Library's collection on American Military History. Topics include the importance of history, doctrine, strategy, and tactics, lessons learned, rules of engagement and law of war, transformation and reform, and pathways to additional historical information.
http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/bibs/american_military_history.pdf

CYBERSPACE
Contains resources discussing cyber acts of war, the battlespace of the fifth domain, governance, jurisdiction, policy, security, strategy, and technology that is currently being employed.
http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/bibs/Cyberspace2013.pdf

OFFICERSHIP AND THE PROFESSION
Includes references for readings on career path, education, civil-military relations, mentorship, and other topics directly related to the study of Officership and the Profession.
http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/bibs/Officership2013.pdf

AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY
The purpose of this bibliography is to introduce some of the resources readily available in our Library’s collection on American Military History. Topics include the importance of history, doctrine, strategy, and tactics, lessons learned, rules of engagement and law of war, transformation and reform, and pathways to additional historical information.
http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/bibs/american_military_history.pdf

CYBERSPACE
Contains resources discussing cyber acts of war, the battlespace of the fifth domain, governance, jurisdiction, policy, security, strategy, and technology that is currently being employed.
http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/bibs/Cyberspace2013.pdf

OFFICERSHIP AND THE PROFESSION
Includes references for readings on career path, education, civil-military relations, mentorship, and other topics directly related to the study of Officership and the Profession.
http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/bibs/Officership2013.pdf

These bibliographies and others compiled by our research librarians are available online through the Library’s home page at
http://usawc.libguides.com/bibliographies

Thomas E. Ricks covered the U.S. military from 1991 to 2008 for the Wall Street Journal and then the Washington Post. He can be reached at ricksblogcomment@gmail.com. Twitter: @tomricks1

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