Terron Wharton

Major Terron Wharton is an Armor officer, political theorist, and published author. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in international relations.  Previous publications include the original political theory, “Through the Looking Glass: The Reflectionism Theory of International Relations”, which appeared in the InterAgnecy Journal; the book “High Risk Soldier: Trauma and Triumph in the Global War on Terror”, a work dealing with overcoming the effects of PTSD; and “The Overlooked Mentors” in Armor Magazine, which discusses the NCO role in officer development and mentorship. He has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom where he took part in combat operations, counterinsurgency, and security force assistance. He is currently assigned to the United States Army Joint Modernization Command at Ft Bliss, TX.

Warfighting functions do not integrate all five domains, adequately leverage emerging capabilities in electronic, information, and cyber-warfare, and do not provide a framework to synchronize them.