John Gordon won the 2011 Arthur Goodzeit Book Award for Fighting for MacArthur: The Navy and Marine Corps' Desperate Defense of the Philippines, a World War II history. The award was presented by the New York Military Affairs Symposium.
The Army's staking much of its future battlefield success on the belief that units linked together with appropriate networks can dominate their adversaries by learning enemy locations and attacking with small arms fire and precision-guided munitions.
Examines the performance of the Israeli Defense Forces in Lebanon in 2006 and contrasts it with Israel's action against Hamas in the Gaza Strip in December 2008 and January 2009.
Americans Will Back Military Action Overseas If They Believe The United States Has 'Important Stakes' in a Battle
And strange as it may seem, a look at the thoughts of Chairman Mao on battling an occupying army from 66 years ago may help us make some educated guesses about the challenges facing the United States and the next government of Iraq.
An updated programmer's manual for TAFCOM, which simulates large-scale air attack; it can handle thousands of aircraft with hundreds of bombers attacking tens of targets and penetrating through up to 20 air defense systems of varying effectiveness.
Senior Operations Research Analyst; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
B.A. and M.S. in industrial engineering, Texas Tech