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War on Terrorists of Worldsville By James A. Bunner
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In the fictitious city of Worldsville, there exists the uptown western neighborhood, inhabited mostly by Christians, and the east central neighborhood, inhabited by Muslims. The east central... More > neighborhood is run by crime bosses such as Salam the Insane, Oshama Bin-Aladin, and Mahmoud Imadarnnutjob. When the local Sheriff of the city, a cowboy named Shrub, wants to bring these crime bosses to justice, he is told to go easy on them by Judge Coffey-Ahman. Shrub goes easy on the crime bosses until some of their gang members fly crop dusters into his silo. A series of gun battles follow in this somewhat humorous pro-Western civilization, pro-America satire on the clash of civilizations and the War on Terrorism.< Less
Doc Savage: The War Makers By Kenneth Robeson
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All over the Midwest, cars and trucks were crashing–-stopped in their tracks by an inexplicable force! Had some unseen power targeted America’s automotive industry––or was... More > something more sinister at stake? Summoned to solve the mystery, Doc Savage and his intrepid men follow a trail of terror that winds through the continental United States like a constricting serpent of senseless destruction. From the nation’s car capital to the Arctic Circle, the Man of Bronze races to stave off a strangely familiar menace only to confront a completely unexpected foe––the enigmatic Baron in Black!< Less
Globalization And The Nature Of War By LTC Antulio J. Echevarria II & Strategic Studies Institute
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Perhaps the single most important phenomenon of the 21st century is globalization. It is clearly redefining the international security environment, as well as many other aspects of human affairs.... More > Yet, while analysts and scholars continue to study (and debate) its economic, social, and political effects, they have done comparatively little work concerning its impact on war, in particular the nature of war. In an effort to fill this gap, Lieutenant Colonel Antulio J. Echevarria II has written a monograph exploring the nature of war, and how it has changed as a result of globalization. He uses the Clausewitzian model of war’s trinity (political guidance, chance, and enmity) as a framework for understanding the nature of war, a concept that has been only vaguely represented in defense literature. He then analyses the global war on terrorism via that framework. Lieutenant Colonel Echevarria concludes that the Clausewitzian trinity is alive and well.< Less
American Women At War In Iraq By Steve Markelo
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The 2003 invasion of Iraq by the United States (U.S) saw an extensive number of female soldiers deployed to serve during the period of combat, this has been the most American women deployed since... More > World War II. These women have gone to Iraq and have left an indelible mark with their indomitable spirit and love for their country. They were courageous and fearless on the battlefield. Despite this, they faced numerous challenges including feelings of isolation due to the method used in the distribution of soldiers, hostility from their male comrades, the Military’s traditional culture towards women and sexual persecution. Nothwithstanding this, women soldiers have reported that they felt pride in regards to their jobs and consider their contribution significant and critical to the prevention against the war on terrorism.< Less
Downing's Civil War Diary By Alexander G. Downing & Badgley Publishing Company
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Alexander G. Downing enlisted in the Eleventh Iowa Infantry on August 15, 1861 and kept a diary of his life in the Army until he was discharged on July 31, 1865. The 11th Iowa Inf. was assigned to... More > the Army of the Tennessee and became part of Crocker's Iowa Brigade. This unit participated in several major battles, including Shiloh, Vicksburg and Corinth. They were eventually assigned to General Sherman and took part in his famous "March to the Sea" where they fought in the Battle for Atlanta. As you read of this soldier's life during one of the most trying times in our country's history, you will gain an understanding of what it was like to be a soldier in that great war. Mr. Downing made entries for each and every day he served so you will find there were times of boredom as well as moments of terror. You will find both humorous and sad entries as well as the inner feelings of this truly remarkable American patriot who experienced so much in the four years he served his country.< Less
World War III - Tehran Update By Klaudio Zic
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Mars at Stargate, Isis betwixt Uranus and Eris, Saturn back in Ophiuchus. Isis fares with Uranus (air strikes) above vs Eris (in Cetus; nuclear submarines) below.
2012 Chronicles #0422 - Stargate of Terror: 9-11 1941 Sun in Sextans By Klaudio Zic
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On September 11, 1941, the President of the United States publicly declared that he had ordered the American Navy and Air Force to shoot on sight at any German war vessel.
Dragon On Terrorism: Assessing China’s Tactical Gains And Strategic Losses Post-September 11 By Mohan Malik & Strategic Studies Institute
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The U.S. relationship with China and the global war on terrorism are the two most significant strategic challenges faced by the Bush administration. Both are vital and complex; the way the... More > administration manages them will shape American security for many years. While there is a growing literature on both key strategic issues, little analysis has been done on the intersection of the two. In this monograph, Dr. Mohan Malik of the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies fills this gap as he assesses how the war on terrorism has affected China. He concludes that the war on terrorism radically altered the Asian strategic environment in ways that negated China’s foreign policy gains of the last decade and undermined its image as Asia’s only great power. Dr. Malik then offers a range of recommendations for a more stable relationship with China.< Less
War Through a Lens: A Combat Team Photographer Looks at World War II By Clifford Bell
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Clifford Bell's experiences as a still photographer with the U.S. Army's 163rd Signal Corps during World War II took him from North Africa to Naples to the famous landing at Anzio. He rode into Rome... More > with the first group of American soldiers, and into Dachau the day after its liberation. From slogging through snow and mud with the infantry to recording the destruction of Munich during the last days of the war, Bell shares the terrors and tragedies, the tedium and absurdities of war, as well as the camaraderie of men from all backgrounds, thrown together in intense, life-and-death situations.< Less
A Nation At War In An Era Of Strategic Change By Williamson Murray
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The President, Secretary of Defense, and the Army’s Chief of Staff have all stated that the United States is a “Nation at War.” This fundamental fact is key to what we do at the... More > U.S. Army War College. Because of our continued emphasis on the Global War on Terrorism, we face significant strategic challenges as we continue to transform the force, improve interagency integration into joint operations, and, all the while, engage in active combat operations. This collection of outstanding essays―three of which won prestigious writing awards―by the students enrolled in the Army War College Advanced Strategic Art Program (ASAP) highlights some of these strategic challenges and offers thoughtful solutions. The authors provide insights that undoubtedly will prove useful to decisionmakers at the highest levels of our national security establishment.< Less

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