Author Archives: Daniel Gouré, Ph.D.
Land Warfare: Heavy Metal Has a Future Issue Brief Defense intellectuals have a way of making everything sound too complicated. Consider the notion of “asymmetric” threats. The term came into vogue in the mid-1990’s to describe aggressors who compete in niche areas such as chemical weapons or [Read More...]
Comanche Chopper is Vital to Objective Force Article Published in the Army Times The heart and soul of the Army’s plan to transform itself into a 21st Century force, its so-called Objective Force, is the Future Combat System (FCS). As described in Army publications and briefings, the [Read More...]
Army Leads Transformation Article Published in the Defense News For almost a decade now, the central focus of defense planning in the U.S. and the source of innumerable articles, has been how to transform the military that won the Cold War into a [Read More...]