Strategic Choices at the Tipping Point

By Commander Bryan Clark U.S. Navy (Retired) and Dr. Dan Whiteneck
February 2011
Two top naval thinkers look at the hurdles facing the future Fleet, with four other noted tea-leaf readers weighing in.
Russian Defense Ministry

Russia's Black Sea Threat

By Lieutenant Colonel John A. Mowchan, U.S. Army
February 2011
A revitalized Sevastopol fleet could very well be a modern-day Sword of Damocles hanging over our collective head.
U.S. Air Force (Jeremy Burns)

Learning to Operate in Cyberspace

By Rear Admiral William E. Leigher, U.S. Navy
February 2011
Cyber activity affects much of what happens on the sea, air, land, and in space. In this realm no one domain can stand on its own.
U.S. Navy (Matthew D. Leistikow)

Arresting Suicide

By Major Todd Yosick, U.S. Army, and Dr. David G. Brown
February 2011
Peer-to-peer support could be more widely and effectively used by the military for suicide-prevention and awareness.
U.S. Army (Mark Olsen)

When War Hits Home

By Dr. Jaine Darwin
February 2011
For many returning combat veterans—especially National Guard and military reservists—home is too often not a sanctuary.
U.S. Marine Corps (H.H. Deffner)

Inside the Storm

By General Walter E. Boomer, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
February 2011
The commander of Marines on the ground in Operation Desert Storm writes about the war here for the first time—20 years later.
Naval Special Warfare Foundation

Setting the Record Straight

By Captain David Del Giudice, U.S. Navy (Retired)
February 2011
Navy SEAL-creation myths popularized in the 1990s continue to obfuscate the truth. The real story is apparently quite different.
U.S. Navy (James R. Evans)

From Deployment to Employment

By Dr. Nathan D. Ainspan
February 2011
For veterans with psychological disabilities, finding a job can be as effective at treating symptoms as prescribing medication.

Proceedings Digital Edition

February 2011
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