CMH Pub 69-1, Paper
1996, 1997; 160 pages, illustrations, index
Not Available through GPO sales.
American Army Doctrine for the Post-Cold War is an important record of how the Army and its Training and Doctrine Command developed the post-Cold War military operational doctrine in response to the geopolitical shift that introduced a new strategic era. John L. Romjue methodically details the overarching concerns of senior leaders, acutely aware of radically altered security assumptions that demanded a revised and broader doctrine by which American land forces could respond to diverse global missions. It is enlightened reading for Army educators, trainers, doctrine planners, and combat developers involved in the ongoing Army Transformation.