Mets, David R.; Tucker, Terry; Rinaldo, Richard J.
October 2010
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2010 4th Quarter, Issue 59, p4
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "The End of Surface Warships," by Lieutenant Colonel Thomas E. Shraders in the third quarter of 2010 issue, counterinsurgency doctrine by Colonel Gian Gentile in the third quarter of 2010 issue, and the U.S. army doctrine development by John Nagl in the third quarter of 2010 issue.


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