Canfield, Daniel T.
September 2009
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2009 4th Quarter, Issue 55, p95
An essay is presented on military campaign. It offers an examination of Winfield Scott's Mexico City campaign to provide views on both the evolving character of warfare and the challenge confronting America's contemporary operational planners. The author relates a situation in the 9/11 attack in which he cites that American military has yet to institutionalize the hard-won lessons of counterinsurgency of regular and irregular warfare.


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