"Military-Political" Relations: The Need for Officer Education

Reveron, Derek S.; Mahoney-Norris, Kathleen A.
January 2009
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2009 1st Quarter, Issue 52, p61
The article focuses on the need of professional military education for officers in the U.S. in order to excel in military-political environments worldwide. The education would require military officers to embrace their expanded roles in the geopolitical space. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has emphasized the study on military-political relations defined as the relationship between the military and U.S. foreign policy.


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