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Joint Force Quarterly. Issue 67, 4th Quarter, October 2012

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Joint Force Quarterly is published by the National Defense University Press for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. JFQ is the Chairman s flagship joint military and security studies journal designed to inform members of the U.S. Armed Forces, allies, and other partners on joint and integrated operations national security policy and strategy efforts to combat terrorism homeland security and developments in training and joint professional military education to transform America s military and security apparatus to meet tomorrow s challenges better while protecting freedom today. Articles in this issue include Going Farther by Going Together Building Partner Capacity in Africa, Security Force Assistance in a Time of Austerity, PME and Online Education in the Air Force Raising the Game, Manage or Educate Fulfilling the Purpose of Joint Professional Military Education, Winners of the 2012 Writing Competitions, Covert Action Title 10, Title 50, and the Chain of Command, Stuxnet, Schmitt Analysis, and the Cyber Use-of-Force Debate, A Focus on Costs, Not Benefits, Dampens Koreans Desire for Reunification, Delivering Air Sea Battle, Improving U.S. Posture in the Arctic, Space and the Joint Flight, the Regional Special Operations Headquarters Franchising the NATO Model as a Hedge in Lean Times, No One at the Controls Legal Implications of Fully Autonomous Targeting, Any Sensor, Any Shooter Toward an Aegis BMD Global Enterprise, Responsive Close Air Support, Bridging the Gap from Coordination to Integration, The Falkland Islands Campaign of 1982 and British Joint Forces Operations, Book Reviews Victory at Risk, Gangs, Pseudo-Militaries, and Other Modern Mercenaries, The Insurgency in Chechnya and the North Caucasus.

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  • Military Forces and Organizations
  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

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