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Gurney, David H.

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Works: 4 works in 4 publications in 1 language and 5 library holdings
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Most widely held works by David H Gurney
Joint Force Quarterly. Issue 50, 3rd Quarter, 2008( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

With this 50th issue, Joint Force Quarterly celebrates its 15th anniversary. While much has changed since 1993, the interoperability problems and resistance to greater synergy that inspired General Colin Powell to establish JFQ are strikingly resilient. On April 21, 2008, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in speeches at the U.S. Military Academy and the Air War College asserted that the Armed Forces were adapting too slowly to new enemies and that military leaders were "stuck in old ways of doing business." Two days later, Admiral Michael Mullen addressed the students of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces and the National War College as part of the National Defense University?s Distinguished Lecturer Program. He noted that the combined student bodies included a great many combat experienced leaders and urged them to think differently about the nature of war and to consider new approaches to national security challenges. The Chairman recommended JFQ as an effective vehicle for professionals to air ideas and outline innovative concepts for securing national security objectives. In this issue, JFQ supports this mandate by examining elements of naval power and some contemporary challenges that make a strong U.S. Navy as important as ever
Joint Force Quarterly. Issue 56, 1st Quarter, January 2010( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

When Joint Force Quarterly readers see or hear the words National Defense University, they are most likely to think of the Joint Forces Staff College, the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, or perhaps the National War College. But NDU is much larger and more diversified than most realize. It is comprised of colleges, research centers, and regional centers that cover the waterfront of national defense and international security studies, and each is staffed by some of the most accomplished national security professionals in the world. Perhaps the most important thing that you should know about NDU is that the overarching mission binding its components together is supporting the combatant commands as they address the challenges of the day. NDU?s five colleges and four research centers have all contributed in some way to the International Security Assistance Force efforts in Afghanistan, as well as to U.S. combat forces throughout the theater. These contributions involve the full spectrum of academic enhancement to theater analysis, from deploying military faculty members to the Joint Strategic Assessment Team, to planning collaboration with interagency counterparts in the National Capital Region, to refining joint professional military education. Requests and requirements come in nearly daily, with varying direct and indirect potential for NDU support. NDU is an enterprise chartered to support the joint warrior. I invite you to tap into the functional and regional skills and resources that you may not have previously realized were at your disposal here at NDU. This is an opportunity for you to access a professional cadre of national security experts who can take your well-framed inquiries to a level of analysis and other assistance that may be unavailable locally. My chief of staff, Colonel Mike Cannon, USA, can be reached at cannonm@ndu.edu
Focus on China. Joint Force Quarterly, Issue 47, 4th Quarter 2007( )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Partial contents: JFQ DIALOGUE -- Joint Doctrine Update; Logistics Visibility: Enabling Effective Decisionmaking, by C.V. Christianson; Joint Special Operations Warfighter Certificate, by John S. Prairie and Frank X. Reidy. FORUM -- Executive Summary of this issue; The Past as Prism: China and the Shock of Plural Sovereignty, by Christopher A. Ford; Dragon with a Heart of Darkness? Countering Chinese Influence in Africa, by Philippe D. Rogers; China's Air Force Modernization, by Phillip C. Saunders and Erik R. Quam; China's International Behavior: Activism, Opportunism, and Diversification, by Evan S. Medeiros; Five Lessons from China's War on Terror, by Martin I. Wayne; The 2007 Report on the Chinese Military: The Top 10 List of Missing Topics, by Dennis J. Blasko. SPECIAL FEATURE -- An Interview with Admiral Timothy J. Keating, USN, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; Moving the Throttle Forward in the Pacific, by Timothy J. Keating and Terrance J. McCaffrey III; An Interview with Ambassador Ravic Huso, Foreign Policy Advisor to the Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; Training Strategy in the Pacific Theater, by Robert B. Brown; The Enduring Value of Military-to-Military Cooperation in Southeast Asia, by John D. Wheeler and Herschel Weinstock; Taking Joint Intelligence Operations to the Next Level, by Tyler Akers; The Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies: Contributing to Regional Security Capacity-building, by Bryan D. Greenstein; An Interview with General B.B. Bell, USA, Commander, United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command/United States Forces Korea; South Korea Leads the Warfight, by B.B. Bell and Sonya L. Finley; Transforming Joint Operational-level Logistics, by Mark W. Akin and George L. Topic. ESSAY COMPETITIONS -- Winners of the 2007 Essay Competitions; China in Space: Implications for U.S. Military Strategy, by P. Gregory Metzler; Planning Convergence, by Paul J. Judge
Intelligence and Technology. Joint Force Quarterly, Issue 46, 3rd Quarter 2007( )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Partial contents: JFQ DIALOGUE -- Joint Doctrine Update; Strategic Communication and National Security, by James G. Stavridis; "Deconfusing" Lethal and Kinetic Terms, by Karl E. Wingenbach and Donald G. Lisenbee, Jr.; FORUM -- Executive Summary of this issue; Law Enforcement Technology, Intelligence, and the War on Terror, by M.E. Bowman; Technology, Intelligence, and Trust, by James R. Howcroft; Eyes on Target: Intelligence Support to an Effects-based Approach, by James B. Ellsworth; Applying Law Enforcement Technology to Counterinsurgency Operations, by Giles Kyser, Matt Keegan, and Samuel A. Musa; China's ASAT Test: Motivations and Implications, by Phillip C. Saunders and Charles D. Lutes. SPECIAL FEATURE -- An Interview with James E. "Hoss" Cartwright; Global and Theater Operations Integration, by Robert J. Elder, Jr.; Joint Functional Command for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, by James L. Denton; Warfighting in Cyberspace, by Keith B. Alexander; Space Operations, by William L. Shelton; Integrated Missile Defense, by Kevin T. Campbell; A New Era in Combating WMD, by James A. Tegnelia; Guarding Cyberspace: Global Network Operations, by Charles E. Croom, Jr.; Contesting the Information Battlespace, by John C. Koziol; The Global Innovation and Strategy Center, by Kevin Williams. COMMENTARY -- The George C. Marshall European Center: Proven Model or Irrelevant Prototype? by Timothy C. Shea; American Military Culture and Strategy, by Phillip S. Meilinger; On the Nature of Strategic Communications, by Carnes Lord. FEATURES -- Effects-based Operations and the Problem of Causality: Simple and Complex, by Zoltan Jobbagy; Military Officer Attitudes toward UAV Adoption: Exploring Institutional Impediments to Innovation, by James R. FitzSimonds and Thomas G. Mahnken; Shaping the Nuclear Landscape, by Paul I. Bernstein, et al.; A JTF Training Dilemma: Component Rigor versus Joint Realism, by Thomas E. Ward II
 
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