JOINT FORCE QUARTERLY 67 (4th QUARTER, October 2012)

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Dialogue

From the Chairman

Readiness and Resiliency Go Hand in Hand
By Bryan B. Battaglia

Forum

Executive Summary

Going Farther by Going Together: Building Partner Capacity in Africa
By Charles W. Hooper

Security Force Assistance in a Time of Austerity
By Gene Germanovich

PME and Online Education in the Air Force: Raising the Game
By Kathleen A. Mahoney-Norris and John Ackerman

Manage or Educate: Fulfilling the Purpose of Joint Professional Military Education
By Vincent C. Bowhers

Essay Contests

Winners of the 2012 Writing Competitions

Covert Action: Title 10, Title 50, and the Chain of Command
By Joseph B. Berger III

Stuxnet, Schmitt Analysis, and the Cyber "Use-of-Force" Debate
By Andrew C. Foltz

A Focus on Costs, Not Benefits, Dampens Koreans' Desire for Reunification
By Gregory Macris

Commentary

Delivering Air Sea Battle
By Mark P. Fitzgerald

Improving U.S. Posture in the Arctic
By Peter Ohotnicky, Braden Hisey, and Jessica Todd

Space and the Joint Fight
By Robert L. Butterworth

The Regional Special Operations Headquarters: Franchising the NATO Model as a Hedge in Lean Times
By Arthur D. Davis

Features

No One at the Controls: Legal Implications of Fully Autonomous Targeting
By Jeffrey S. Thurnher

Any Sensor, Any Shooter: Toward an Aegis BMD Global Enterprise
By John F. Morton and George Galdorisi

Responsive Close Air Support
By John J. Schaeder III

Bridging the Gap from Coordination to Integration
By Curtis V. Neal, Robert B. Green, and Troy Caraway

Recall

The Falkland Islands Campaign of 1982 and British Joint Forces Operations
By Raymond E. Bell, Jr.

Book Reviews

Victory at Risk
Reviewed by James Cricks

Gangs, Pseudo-Militaries, and Other Modern Mercenaries
Reviewed by Nader Elhefnawy

The Insurgency in Chechnya and the North Caucasus
Reviewed by John W. Sutherlin

Joint Doctrine

Joint Doctrine Update