Armed Forces Journal October 2007

Washington, DC: Army Times Publishing Company, part of Defense News Media Group, 2007. Presumed First Edition, First printing thus. Magazine. 29 cm, 52 pages counting covers. Wraps. Mailing label information cut out of front cover. Illustrations (some in color). Armed Forces Journal (AFJ) was a publication for American military officers and leaders in government and industry. First published in 1863 as a weekly newspaper, AFJ was published under various names by various owners in various formats for more than 150 years. The publication went all-digital after the July/August 2013 issue, and last updated its website on April 29, 2014. This issue has articles on Washington's War: The Army After Bush by Col. Douglas MacGregor (Ret.); Maintaining American Influence by Col. Robert Killebrew; The Immorality of Leaving Iraq by Seth Cropsey; Iraq Needs a National Guard by David Katz; Dangerous Waters [Maritime Strategy] by Milan Vego; Iraq: Assessing the Surge by Ralph Peters; Flashpoint: Gaza by Peter Brookes; an Essay on Operational Success by Col. James E. Unterseher (Ret.), and Blogs of War by Christopher Griffin. Condition: Fair.

Keywords: Armed Forces, United States Army, Iraq, Surge, National Guard, Maritime Strategy, Gaza, Hamas, Operational Success, Blogs, David Katz, Douglas MacGregor, Robert Killebrew, James Unterseher, Christopher Griffin, Milan Vego, Peter Brookes, Seth Cropsey

[Book #84196]

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