- Civil-Military Gap What Are the Ethics? Foster, Gregory D. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Apr2000, Vol. 126 Issue 4, p82
Focuses on the ethical aspects of the civil-military relations in the United States. Factors making civil-military relations an ethical concern; Societal expectations from the military; Two schools of thought focusing on the subject; Need for strategic relationship in solving the conflict.
- The U.S. military must find its voice. Sarkesian, Sam C. // Orbis;Summer98, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p423
Focuses on the United States Armed Forces. Discussion on the enlightened advocacy and education in the military; Description of the interactions that exist between the senior military officers and civilians at the national level; Overview on the relationship between the military profession and...
- The Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act: The Continuing Problem of Criminal Jurisdiction over Civilians Accompanying the Armed Forces Abroad--Problem Solved? Schmitt, Glenn R. // Army Lawyer;Dec2000, Issue 337, p1
Discusses the rules covering criminal jurisdiction over civilians accompanying the American Armed Forces abroad.
- Reservists Help Bridge the Culture Gap. Fain, Robert D. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jun2000, Vol. 126 Issue 6, p76
Asserts that United States reservists can help bridge the culture gap between those in military service and those in civilian life. Training of the reserve force of the future; Justification of maintaining the force; Articulation to the civilian community the unique challenges of military...
- Washington's biggest scandal. Luttwak, Edward N. // Commentary;May94, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p29
Discusses the perceived collapse of civilian control over military policies and strategy in the United States. Control by the `Joint Staff' mix of Army, Navy, Marine and Air Force chief of staffs; Historical civilian interference in military decisions; Factors leading to loss of control;...
- The Praetorian Guard. Pfaff, William // National Interest;Winter2000/2001, Issue 62, p57
Examines the status of the civil-military relations in the United States (U.S.). Information on the U.S. militia; Reason for the loss of civilian government's influence on civilian issues; Influence of military institutions on policy formulation.
- Conduit or Cul-de-Sac? Information Flow in Civil-Military Operations. Smith, Michael M.; Hofstetter, Melinda // JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring99, Issue 21, p100
Recounts communication problems faced by battalion through brigade-sized units of the United States Armed Forces operating in a multinational arena in support of civil-military operations. Role of military intelligence; Expansion of the multidimensional tasks facing the Armed Forces;...
- Interagency operations centers: An opportunity we can't ignore. Gibbings, Thomas; Hurley, Donald; Moore, Scott // Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Winter98/99, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p99
Reviews organizational theory and the United States Armed Forces' interagency process in their effort to improve US civil-military coordination at the theater level. Role of an interagency team assigned to the headquarters of each regional commander-in-chief in the enhancement of planning and...
- COMPLEX CIVIL-MILITARY OPERATIONS. Gentry, John A. // Naval War College Review;Autumn2000, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p57
Focuses on civil-military operations from the perspective of the United States armed forces. Complexity of peacekeeping operations; Stages of civil-military operations; Value of an interagency body composed of diplomats, intelligence officers and military personnel.