See Coletti, "The Chester Cycle in Sixteenth-Century Religious Culture," JMEMS
37 (2007): 531-547; Emmerson, "Dramatic History: On the Diachronic and Synchronic in the Study of Early English Drama," JMEMS
35 (2005): 39-66; Clopper, "The History and Development of the Chester Cycle," Modern Philology 75 (1978): 219-46.
In the early days of Operation Desert Shield, both officers pushed planners to move beyond the narrow focus of "joint munitions effectiveness manuals" (JMEMs
) that describe only the effects expected from a particular weapon against a particular type of target.