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America Needs a New National Security Act

BRANDON J. WEICHERT | AMERICAN GREATNESS

Congress passed the National Security Act of 1947 in response to the rise of Communism and the Soviet Union’s growing global threat. 557 more words

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The Origins of the American Military Coup of 2037

*Note: This essay was originally published on the Modern War Institute’s Commentary & Analysis site.

The memoir that follows takes us on a “darkly imagined excursion into the future.” 5,869 more words

Modern War Institute Site

Enough with Political Endorsements from Retired Military Officers

*Note: This essay was published at War on the Rocks on November 27, 2017. It can be found online here (or PDF). 

Recently, Dan Helmer, a West Point graduate running for a U.S. 148 more words

Strategy

H106 Clausewitz and the American Military Profession

Clausewitz is famous for his comment that war is an extension of politics by other means. This is not the definition of war, but rather the context within which war takes place. 225 more words

The German Elections and Their Impact On the Army

THOMAS FLICHY DE LA NEUVILLE | THE WEICHERT REPORT

THE DEFEAT OF MAINSTREAM PARTIES SPAWNS THE ACCELERATION OF THE ARMY STANDARDIZATION

The last German elections will have impact on the positioning of the armed forces. 412 more words

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To reduce wrongful shootings, police can learn from our soldiers

*Note: This essay was published in the Colorado Springs Gazette print edition on September 4, 2017. It can also be found online here. 707 more words

Colorado Springs Gazette

Why veterans do belong on university campuses like UCCS

*Note: This essay was published in the Colorado Springs Gazette print edition on August 30, 2017. It can also be found online here. 834 more words

Colorado Springs Gazette