February, 2016

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February, 2016

Articles Published During February, 2016

02/02 - The Strategy of Hybrid Warfare by Octavian Manea
02/03 - To Beat ISIS, We Ought to Try Robotskrieg by Gary Anderson
02/04 - A View from Afghanistan by Jérôme Diaz
02/04 - Unmanned Systems in Support of Future Medical Operations in Dense Urban Environments by Nathan Fisher and Gary R. Gilbert
02/05 - Cyber Resiliency: Bridging a Cyber Capability Gap in 2025 by Matthew Hutchison, Frederick Waage and Dan Bennett
02/06 - America’s Unacknowledged Insurgency: Addressing Street Gangs as Threats to National Security by Darren E. Tromblay
02/07 - Paradigm Shift: Turning an Attack Team into a Scout Team by John Commerford
02/07 - On Talent Management and Mentorship by Jim Perkins, Chevy Cook and Ralph Hernandez
02/08 - On Winning Hearts and Minds: Key Conditions for Population-Centric COIN by Gregory D. Miller
02/09 - Operational Environment Implications of the Megacity to the US Army by Darryl Ward
02/09 - Mad Scientist Update by SWJ Editors
02/10 - The West’s Freedom Problem and the Root of Islamic Militancy by Mbaye Bashir Lo
02/10 - SOF’s Cyber FRINGE by Patrick Duggan
02/11 - Weighing the Strategic Impact of Killing Civilians in Counter-Militancy by Andrew Kenealy
02/11 - Stability Operations: Lessons from Afghanistan by Charles Barham
02/12 - Technical Challenges for Simulation and Training in Megacities by Jon Watkins and Chuck Campbell
02/13 - General Zinni's Considerations Revisited (Again) by Dave Dilegge
02/14 - Innovating the Right Way by Kevin Duffy
02/14 - Extremism in Britain: An Old-New Phenomenon by Stefano Bonino
02/15 - Putin’s Prospects: Vladimir Putin’s Decision-Making Through the Lens of Prospect Theory by Brian Lampert
02/16 - The Challenge of the U.S.-Mexico Border by Jay Gilhooly
02/17 - Megacities: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly by Russell W. Glenn
02/18 - How to Hold or Take a Big City -- Seven Lines of Effort by Geoffrey Demarest
02/19 - “TRAuma Care In a Rucksack” (TRACIR), a Disruptive Technology Concept by Jan Berkow and Ron Poropatich
02/22 - U.S. Army Mega City Operations: Enduring Principles and Innovative Technologies by Frank Prautzsch
02/23 - Megacities and Dense Urban Environments: Obstacle or Opportunity? by Dawn A. Morrison and Colin D. Wood
02/24 - Communications in Sub- and Superterranean Structures by Dylan Farley
02/25 - Socratic Warfighters: Courage in the Grey Zone by Doyle Quiggle
02/26 - Anticipating Megacity Responses to Shocks: Using Urban Integration and Connectedness to Assess Resilience by Shade T. Shutters, Wes Herche and Erin King
02/26 - Using the Internet of Things to Gain and Maintain Situational Awareness in Dense Urban Environments and Mega Cities by Alfred C. Crane and Richard Peeke

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