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" ... This was actively enough engaged it is true (there were 943 engagements with Indians between the civil war and the end of the century), but the American army as a professional body was isolated, reduced, and rejected. Paradoxically enough, the isolation... "
Military History: Supplemental Material : the Profession of Arms - Sida 12
efter Sir John Hackett - 1986 - 22 sidor
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The Art and Practice of Military Strategy

George Edward Thibault - 1984 - 883 sidor
...reduced, and rejected. Paradoxically enough, the isolation of the military was the chief prerequisite to the development of professionalism. Withdrawn from...Upton, and Luce, followed by Bliss, Young, Carter, and Cit. R. Lewi* and A. Maude, Profeuional People. 1952. p. 31. George Mason, cit. Huntington, op. cit.,...
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The Profession of Arms: The 1962 Lees Knowles Lectures Given at Trinity ...

Sir John Hackett - 1986 - 43 sidor
...reduced, and rejected. Paradoxically enough, the isolation of the military was the chief prerequisite to the development of professionalism. Withdrawn from...Europe and Asia made for General Sherman and Secretary Belknap in 1875, with especial reference to Germany, is a valuable mirror of the state of the military...
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Peacekeeping in the Abyss: British and American Peacekeeping Doctrine and ...

Robert M. Cassidy (Ph.D.) - 2004 - 284 sidor
...After the Civil War, paradoxically, the isolation of the US military was the principal precondition for the development of professionalism. "Withdrawn from civilian society and turning inward upon itself, the US Army came under the influence of reformers like Sherman, Upton, and Luce." They looked...
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Counterinsurgency and the Global War on Terror: Military Culture and ...

Robert M. Cassidy (Ph.D.) - 2006 - 211 sidor
...After the Civil War, paradoxically, the isolation of the US military was the principal precondition for the development of professionalism. "Withdrawn from civilian society and turning inward upon itself, the US Army came under the influence of reformers like Sherman, Upton, and Luce." They looked...
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