Forging the 10th Mountain Division for War, 1940–45

In Forging the 10th Mountain Division for War, Major Justin Chabalko presents a history of Army adaptability and ingenuity. The latest in AUP’s Art of War series offers an examination of how wartime and environmental factors informed Army training, with the exciting history of the development of the 10th Mountain Division and the special cold… Continue Reading Forging the 10th Mountain Division for War, 1940–45

“Radar Contact!”: The Beginnings of Army Air Forces Radar and Fighter Control

The emergence of radar and tactical fighter control is the genesis of today’s air battle managers. Army Signal Corps technicians and Air Corps aircraft operators comprised the aircraft warning service, creating a constant source of frustration to both communities. It is from this mixed environment that the first fighter control squadrons emerged. What air battle… Continue Reading “Radar Contact!”: The Beginnings of Army Air Forces Radar and Fighter Control

Multi-Domain Battle in the Southwest Pacific Theater of World War II

“Multi-Domain Battle in the Southwest Pacific Theater of World War II” provides a historical account of how US forces used synchronized operations in the air, maritime, information, and land domains to defeat the Japanese Empire. This work offers a historical case that illuminates current thinking about future campaigns in which coordination among all domains will… Continue Reading Multi-Domain Battle in the Southwest Pacific Theater of World War II