Selected Works: Books and Articles
Appearing in the Summer 2022 issue of World War II Quarterly. With just hours to prepare, fewer than 1,000 GIs attack 100 miles behind Japanese lines to rescue 3,800 starving civilian prisoners in Manila.
for my article on building infantry of the future on the web site of the Modern War Inistitute at West Point.
See my article, "Every Soldier Must Be Considered A Target," published in the December 2018 issue Army Magazine (the official publication of the Association of the US Army). The article continues Ed's series on challenges to Army modernization.
My opinion piece in the March 2018 issue of Army magazine, the official publication of the Association of the United States Army.
See the December 2017 issue of "Army" Magazine for my argument that the Army's current Mission Command philosophy is little more than a marketing tool. There is nothing new in Mission Command.
Winner of the Forrest C. Pogue Prize from the Eisenhower Center for American Studies at the University of New Orleans as the best book on the history of the U.S. Army, and a featured selection of the Military Book Club, this is recognized as a standard work on the Army’s WWII experience in Europe. It was a key source for the PBS series "The War" (2007).