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S. and its allies. S. military operations in urban areas: “Do the job fast. ” Peters, “The Future of Armored Warfare,” p. 59. S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Army After Next Project, the adversary planned his campaign (set in the year 2021) with precisely this intent. Before American forces could deploy in theater, enemy forces seized strategic urban areas, dug in, and then called for a cease-fire and negotiations.
James Jones, The Thin Red Line (New York: Delta Paperback, 1962). For a recent essay surveying the evolution of the World War II film genre, see Roger J. /Mar. 1999, pp. 41–51. 34 See Tom Englehardt, The End of Victory Culture: Cold War America and the Disillusionment of a Generation (New York: Basic Books, 1995); Aaron L. Friedberg, “Why Didn’t the United States Become a Garrison State,” International Security, Spring 1992, pp. 109–42; Aaron L. : Princeton University Press, 2000); Michael J.
Secondly, Americans’ acceptance of a broader conception of national security—one that carried an unprecedented risk of future military operations abroad—was not constrained by the decline of traditional warrior culture. In other words, even though traditional values of the pre-1917 warrior culture were not rekindled, Americans resolutely faced international realities including the necessity of making significant sacrifices to preserve their expanded notion of national security. Thirdly, human beings shape their own destiny.
America the Vulnerable : Our Military Problems and How to Fix Them by John F. Lehman, Harvey Sicherman