Envisioning Future Warfare

A pdf book from the Combat Studies Institute with a mid-1990s perspective on the future of combat. Not necessarily wrong, but clearly we are heading in a very different evolutionary direction than what the armed forces anticipated a decade-and-a-half ago. Should the U.S. Army ever again find itself facing a “near-peer” land power, this book, authored by then-Army Chief of Staff General Gordon Sullivan and Colonel (now Lieutenant General, ret) James M. Dubik will serve as a foundational reference for Pentagon planners and policy makers.

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