Brian McAllister Linn, "The Echo of Battle: The Army's Way of War" (Repost)
Publisher: Harvard University Press | ISBN: 0674026519 | edition 2007 | PDF | 321 pages | 1,07 mb
From Lexington and Gettysburg to Normandy and Iraq, the wars of the United States have defined the nation. But after the guns fall silent, the army searches the lessons of past conflicts in order to prepare for the next clash of arms. In the echo of battle, the army develops the strategies, weapons, doctrine, and commanders that it hopes will guarantee a future victory.