Infinity Journal Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2012 - page 31

Volume 2, Issue 2, Spring 2012
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[i] Frank G. Hoffman, Conflict in the 21st Century:The Rise of Hybrid Wars (Arlington,Virginia, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, 2007).
[ii] Frank Hoffman references Colin Gray and Max Boot as asserting there will be a multi-modal or multi-variant trend in future conflict. John McCuen also argued
this in “Hybrid Wars,”Military Review, 88 (March/April 2008), 107.
[iii] Frank G. Hoffman,“Future Threats and Strategic Thinking,” Infinity Journal, 4 (Fall 2011), 17.
[iv] Margaret Bond, Hybrid War: A New Paradigm For Stability Operations in Failing States, USAWC Strategy Project (Carlisle Barracks, PA, U. S. Army War College
Press, 2007).
[v] Frank G. Hoffman,“Future Threats and Strategic Thinking,” Infinity Journal, 4 (Fall 2011).
[vi] General Charles C. Krulak,“The Strategic Corporal: Leadership in the Three Block War,”Marines Magazine (January 1999).
[vii] Thomas X. Hammes,The Sling and the Stone: On War in the 21st Century (St. Paul, Minnesota, Zenith Press, 2004).
[viii] Ibid., 17.
[ix] Hoffman, 2007 and Hoffman, 2011, 17.
[x] Ibid, 21.
[xi] Jason A. Curl and Brian J. Dolan,“Training a ‘Hybrid’Warrior,”Marine Corps Gazette, 92 (February 2008).
[xii] Hoffman, 2011, 17.
[xiii] Hoffman, 2011, 17.
[xiv] Gian P. Gentile, Colonel, United States Army,“A Strategy of Tactics: Population-Centric COIN and the Army,” Parameters, 39 (Autumn 2009).
[xv] Carl von Clausewitz, On War, translated and edited by Michael Howard and Peter Paret (Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press, 1984, 77.
[xvi] Hoffman, 2011, 18.
[xvii] Hoffman, 2011, 20.
[xviii] Mathew F. Steele,“The Conduct of War,” Journal of the Military Service Institute of the United States, 42 (January-February 1908), 25.
[xix] Ibid.
[xx] Focusing on the character of potential threats for the preparation of war dates at least to Carl von Clausewitz’ On War. This also mirrors the prescription Bard
O’Neill recommends in his book on insurgency and terrorism when he argues there are nine distinct insurgent characters each demanding a different military and
policy responses. Bard E. O’Neill, Insurgency and Terrorism: From Revolution to Apocalypse, 2nd edition (Washington, D.C.: Potomac Books, Inc., 2005).
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