Crisis in Command: Mismanagement in the Army

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Macmillan, 1978 - History - 256 pages
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Crisis in Command, written in the aftermath of the Vietnam War, details the mismanagement of the US Army's leadership.

Former soldiers Richard A. Gabriel and Paul L. Savage provide documented evidence that the military forces of the United States are ill-prepared for war, having been weakened by officer-corps members who have abandoned honor and integrity to further their individual careers.

 

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Contents

The Perspective of Reform
3
An Army in Collapse
29
The Specifics of Reform
117
Effecting Change in Military Values
144
Postscript
177
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About the author (1978)

Richard A. Gabriel, professor of politics at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., served twenty-two years as an active intelligence officer, much of it spent at the Directorate of Foreign Intelligence in the Pentagon. A consultant to the House and Senate Armed Services Committees, he is the author of numerous books on military subjects, including Operation Peace for Galilee and Crisis in Command.

Paul L. Savage is chairman of the Politics Department at St. Anselm's College, in Manchester, New Hampshire. He is a retired career army intelligence officer and a coauthor of Crisis in Command.

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