How One Man’s Most Difficult Point In Their Career Was Also Their Most Rewarding

Jason Q. Bohm began his service to our nation as a Marine at the start of this tumultuous era. He takes the reader on a journey from the turbulent times at the end of the Cold War through the current fight against the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Bohm provides candid and useful historical background as, through a series of personal vignettes and rich operational experience, he describes how Marines translated strategic and operational objectives into tactical actions. In this unique way, he not only tells his story but that of the Marine Corps, and provides an invaluable look at the challenging times confronting Marines.

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How A Single Comment Influenced Change

New author Interview with Ted Studdard on his latest book Depot to Depot. Transition, Transformation and Leadership told through a series of stories to illustrate the value of veterans to Corporate America and to help veterans better understand their transition out of the service and the transformation they will go through moving into Corporate America.

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Navigating The Second Nuclear Age of International Politics

Have we unknowingly entered a second nuclear age? Paul Bracken of Yale University argues that the United States should pay renewed attention to nuclear weapons and how their presence will transform the way crises develop and escalate, especially as new countries acquire nuclear capabilities. The Second Nuclear Age addresses the new rules for international politics

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