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JFQ next presents the winning essays from the 12th annual Secretary of Defense and 37th annual Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Essay Competitions, held here at National Defense University in May 2018.
Returning JFQ author Price Bingham offers his take on the evolving relationship of the U.S.
(5.) Unfortunately, there is no definition of "joint leadership." See Dan McCauley, "Rediscovering the Art of Strategic Thinking: Developing 21st Century Strategic Leaders," JFQ 81 (March 2016): 28-29, http://ndupress.ndu.edu/JFQ/Joint-Force-Quarterly- 81/Article/702006/rediscovering-the-art-of-strategic -thinking-developing-21st-century-strategic-1/.
Builder, "Keeping the Strategic Flame," JFQ (Winter 1996-97), 83, http://www.dtic.mil/doct rine/jfq/jfq-14.pdf.
(2) Patrick Michael Duggan, Strategie Development of Special Warfare in Cyberspace, Essay Competitions / Special Warfare in Cyberspace JFQ 79, 4th Quarter 2015 p.47.
"Open Sources for the Information Age: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Unclassified Data," JFQ 87 (4th Quarter 2017)
Our Recall article is written by JFQ alumnus Bryon Greenwald, one of my teaching battle buddies at the Joint Forces Staff College.
JFQ: Do you believe the current concept of the by, with, and through approach is broadly applicable to the point where the joint force should examine its DOTMLPF [doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership, personnel, and facilities] development?
We tweaked it a bit and shortened the proposed title to JFQ, The team did a great job.
The first is a letter containing some additional detail about the founding of the journal--a topic that was previously covered in the JFQ 83 Executive Summary.
JFQ: It is a far different world than when you joined.
"Errors in Strategic Thinking: Anti-Politics and the Macro Bias," JFQ 81 (2nd Quarter 2016)
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