The Journal of the Joint Forces Staff College

 

​Innovation in Education:

Cross-Generation Acculturation in JPME
Written by Frederick R. Kienle, PhD

Doing and Thinking: Integrating Training and Education for the Best Outcomes
Written by Mary Bell, PhD

Research Article:

Energy Security and the Strategies of Nations,  Part 1  Part 2  |   Part 3
Written by Theresa Sabonis-Helf, Ph.D.

           The World in 90 Minutes or Less: Rocket Logistics and Future Military Operations
           Written by CDR Von P.H. Fernandes, Maj Ashley Gunn, MAJ Lucas Hoffman, and Lt Col Nita McQuitery

U.S. Cyber Deterrence: Bringing Offensive Capabilities into the Light
Written by LCDR Stephanie Pendino, MAJ Robert K. Jahn Sr., and Mr. Kirk Pedersen

 
Clausewitz is Dead:
            Adult Friendships Are Difficult
            Written by Keith Dickson, PhD 
 
Book Review:

Campaigning links

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

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U.S. Army Lt. Gen. John F. Mulholland Jr., associate director of military affairs at the CIA, stands shoulder-to-shoulder with his son, brand new 2nd Lieutenant Joseph M. Mulholland, moments after Joseph was commissioned in a ceremony for graduating Clemson University Reserve Officer Training Corps seniors, May 7, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Ken Scar)

Cross-Generation Acculturation in JPME

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Aug. 06, 2023

Innovation in EducationThe Joint Force has a deep appreciation for the importance of communication...
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Clausewitz is Dead: Adult Friendships are Difficult

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Apr. 25, 2023

Keith Dickson, PhD writes as Dead Carl for “Clausewitz is Dead.”[5]  Dr. Dickson is a renowned expert on...
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Title Slide of presentation from Dr. Theresa Sabonis-Helf to the Joint Forces Staff College, examining the role energy plays in national security decisions.

Energy Security and the Strategies of Nations, P...

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Apr. 18, 2023

The following article is a transcript from a presentation made to Joint Forces Staff College faculty and...
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Educators observe recruits conduct martial arts training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, Sc., August 5, 2021.

Doing and Thinking: Integrating Training and Ed...

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Dec. 01, 2022

Innovation in Education​The Innovation in Education column highlights new or updated praxes, pedagogies, and...
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Figure 11. Crude oil price history. Source: Data from EIA. Log scale/Inflation adjusted. Chart from Microtrends.net, found at https://www.macrotrends.net/1369/crude-oil-price-history-chart. Used as thumbnail and supporting material within the JFSC Campaigning Journal article, Energy Security and the Strategies of Nations, Part 2, by Dr. Theresa Sabonis-Helf.

Energy Security and the Strategies of Nations, P...

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Nov. 10, 2022

The following article is a transcript from a presentation made to Joint Forces Staff College faculty and...
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Bardin Dickson, convention guest, poses for a photo during Cub Con, a multi-genre entertainment convention, March 17, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The convention was held to spread awareness of the library’s new weekend hours as well as get people excited for Tiger Con, scheduled for April 14-15. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Erick Requadt)

Clausewitz is Dead

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Oct. 14, 2022

Clausewitz’s definitions and conceptions of war pervade U.S. military doctrine and thinking. It is...
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Master Sgt. Aaron Bayer, left, Master Sgt. Jason Thompson, and Senior Master Sgt. Chris Mogen attach wires to the rockets in St. Paul, Minn., Jun. 13, 2013. They are volunteering with the Starbase Minnesota’s rocket launch. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Amy M. Lovgren/Released)

The World in 90 Minutes or Less: Rocket Logistic...

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Oct. 13, 2022

This research article was awarded second place in the 2022 CJCS National Defense and Military Strategy Essay...
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Airman 1st Class Zachary Hodges, 366th Component Maintenance Squadron precision measurement equipment laboratory technician, lays planks across concrete columns during a leadership reaction course at Gowen Field, Idaho, Sept. 29, 2017. Attendees were split into teams and each member was given a chance to lead their team across obstacles such as this one, where the objective was to get all team members and an ammunition can through the tunnels and across the pillars without touching the ground. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Samuel Morse)

The Balancing Acts of Strategy

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Sep. 09, 2022

You remember lesson about balance? Lesson not just karate only. Lesson for whole life. Whole life have a...
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Two military personnel look at a computer monitor.

U.S. Cyber Deterrence: Bringing Offensive Capabi...

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Sep. 07, 2022

This research article was awarded third place in the 2022 CJCS National Defense and Military Strategy Essay...
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Title Slide of presentation from Dr. Theresa Sabonis-Helf to the Joint Forces Staff College, examining the role energy plays in national security decisions.

Energy Security and the Strategies of Nations, P...

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Sep. 01, 2022

Dr. Theresa Sabonis-Helf, a world-renowned expert on energy security and strategy, spoke before JFSC,...
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Book cover of SS Foreign Divisions & Volunteers of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, 1941-1945: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives by Ian Baxter. Published by Pen and Sword Books Ltd

Dueling Book Review- SS Foreign Divisions & Volu...

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May. 26, 2022

Dueling Book Reviews by CDR Vincent Bove and Todd Healey of SS Foreign Divisions & Volunteers of Lithuania,...
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Map of east Asia with Taiwan highlight

The U.S. One China Policy: A Primer for Professi...

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May. 11, 2022

Written by*Luke Bellocchi, JD, LLM, MSSI, MBAAssociate Professor of Practice, Joint Advanced Warfighting...
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Book Review- Along for the Ride: Navigating Th...

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Apr. 14, 2022

Reviewed byGrant Highland, Ph.D.Assistant Professor, JFSC In his book, Along for the Ride: Navigating Through...
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The Return of Clausewitz

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Apr. 11, 2022

 Dear CiD,     The US Military is deeply, culturally, and practically, invested in Clausewitzian Theory and...
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The Three Lifelines of a Planner

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Apr. 01, 2022

A great listener – that was my talent!—Regis PhilbinIn the summer of 1999, Regis Philbin stormed the game show...
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Dueling Book Review- Operation Cactus: Indian Mi...

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Mar. 02, 2022

Book reviews, as a genre, haven’t had much innovation in quite some time. For some reviewers, that allows...
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Meeting the Need: Leading Joint Education for 75...

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Jan. 24, 2022

To those of you that come to a school like this, I think you are due double congratulations. Not only do you...
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Book Review The Anglo-Soviet Alliance: Comrades ...

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Dec. 10, 2021

Reviewed by1CDR Jeffrey Holdsworth U.S. NavyAssistant Professor, JFSCForeign policy and national security...
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Book Review- On Operations: Operational Art and ...

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Dec. 10, 2021

Reviewed by1Luke P. BellocchiAssociate Professor of Practice, JFSCIn On Operations: Operational Art and...
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Book Review- A Forgotten Campaign: The British A...

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Dec. 10, 2021

Reviewed byNicholas M. Anthony Jr., Ph.D.Assistant Professor, JFSCA plethora of books and movies immortalize...
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Book Review- Life and Death at Cape Disappointme...

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Dec. 10, 2021

Reviewed by1Commander Donald A. Baker U.S. NavyAssistant Professor, JFSC A rabbi once said, “Greater love has...
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