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US Army and the Interagency Process: Historical Perspectives: The Proceedings of the Combat Studies Institute 2008 Military History Symposium
Kendall D. Gott (ed); Michael G. Brooks (ed); William Glenn Robertson (fr)
The 6th volume to be published in a series generated by the Combat Studies Institute’s (CSI) annual Military History Symposium. These symposia provide a forum for the interchange of ideas on historical topics pertinent to the current doctrinal concerns of the US Army. Every year the CSI brings together a diverse group of military personnel, government historians, and civilian academicians in a forum that promotes the exchange of ideas and information on a pressing topic of national significance. This year’s symposium was held 16-18 Sept. 2008 at Fort Leavenworth, KS. The theme, “The US Army and the Interagency Process: Historical Perspectives,” was designed to explore the partnership between the US Army and government agencies in attaining national goals and objectives in peace and war within a historical context. The symposium also examined current issues, dilemmas, problems, trends, and practices associated with US Army operations requiring interagency cooperation. In the midst of two wars and Army engagement in numerous other parts of a troubled world, this topic is of tremendous importance to the US Armuy and the Nation. Figures.
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