civil-military love

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  • As I return to Afghanistan tomorrow, I will do so with a sense of guarded optimism about the trajectory of the mission and the exceptional civil-military team the president will nominate to lead that effort, said General Petraeus.

    Obama Announces Cabinet, Afghanistan Changes

  • As I return to Afghanistan tomorrow, I will do so with a sense of guarded optimism about the trajectory of the mission and the exceptional civil-military team the president will nominate to lead that effort, said General Petraeus.

    Obama Announces Cabinet, Afghanistan Changes

  • The postwar years also witnessed lasting changes in civil-military relationships.

    Between War and Peace

  • Mr. Haqqani denied the allegation and returned to Pakistan to clear his name after "Memogate"—as the issue was breathlessly dubbed in Pakistan's media—threatened to rupture civil-military relations.

    A Hostage in Pakistan

  • While some generals gained political fame, wartime disputes between Polk and his senior commanders revealed strains in civil-military relations.

    Between War and Peace

  • Despite difficulties in civil-military relations and command and control of the army, Sherman and his protégés were successful in reforming other areas of the army.

    Between War and Peace

  • At the same time, the military governments that the army operated in California, New Mexico, and Central Mexico demonstrate that the United States has allocated postwar efforts to civil-military relations, including what came to be called “nation building,” earlier and more extensively than is usually acknowledged.

    Between War and Peace

  • The 42 other nations of the Coalition will benefit from a strengthened U.S. commitment, as success in Afghanistan must be an international, integrated civil-military effort – from our security and training capacity to the governance and economic development assistance that sustains long-term stability.

    McChrystal weighs in on Obama's Afghanistan plan

  • Joseph G. Dawson III focuses on U.S. military history in the nineteenth century, with interest in civil-military relations.

    Between War and Peace

  • Fighting a guerrilla war while occupying enemy states and attending to complex civil-military relations in a foreign capital, the U.S. Army produced underappreciated but successful results.

    Between War and Peace

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