Whither the RMA: Two Perspectives on Tomorrow's Army
Kistler, James D. (Cover Design) and Miller, Lawre Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1994. Presumed first edition/first printing. Wraps. iv, 46,  p.; 23 cm. Endnotes. Distribution letter laid in. "This monograph was prepared for the U.S. Army War College Fifth Annual Conference on Strategy, 'The Revolution in Military Affairs: Defining an Army for the 21st Century', April 1994. From an on-line posting: "While economic power has increased in importance in international relations, military power as traditionally conceived remains a dominant factor in determining the status of nations. He argues that doctrines will provide the basis for force structure, training, and weapons acquisition. Paul Bracken is Professor of Political Science and Professor of International Business at Yale University. Dr. Bracken is the author of The Command and Control of Nuclear Forces, and Reforging European Security and many journal articles dealing with defense planning, Asian security, and crisis management. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Dr. Bracken received his B.S. in engineering from Columbia University and his Ph.D. in operations research from Yale University." Condition: Very good. No dust jacket. Cover has slight wear and soiling.
Keywords: Revolution in Military Affairs, Force Structure, Long-rang planning, Military Spending, Defense Industrial Base, Military Doctrine, Military Training