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JFQ 67 (4nd Quarter, October 2012)

JFQ 67 (4nd Quarter, October 2012) The future will be a difficult journey and one that we cannot take alone. Growing relationships is one of the tools in our leadership toolbox that we should reach for early and often. If we wait until a crisis, we risk being too late
When leaders value, grow, and institutionalize relationships—between leaders and led, within the family, and on the international stage—the results are always better.
Words matter in every relationship, and in fact, I have found that the higher you climb the ladder, the more important it is to choose words carefully and with precision. Mark Twain once said, “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.”
Communicating is not limited to language. This is where deeds trump talk and actions speak over messages. This is where we have to work at it—consistently. We cannot just e-mail or phone these things in. We need to meet face to face…
Martin E. Dempsey. Building Tomorrow's Leaders


JFQ Dialogue

From the Chairman: Building Tomorrow's Leaders

Bryan B. Battaglia
Readiness and Resiliency Go Hand in Hand


Executive Summary

Charles W. Hooper
Going Farther by Going Together: Building Partner Capacity in Africa

Gene Germanovich
Security Force Assistance in a Time of Austerity

Kathleen A Mahoney-Norris and John Ackerman
PME and Online Education in the Air Force: Raising the Game

Vincent C. Bowhers
Manage or Educate: Fulfilling the Purpose of Joint Professional Military Education

Essay Contests

Winners of the 2012 Writing Competitions

Joseph B. Berger III
Covert Action: Title 10, Title 50, and the Chain of Command

Andrew C. Foltz
Stuxnet, Schmitt Analysis, and the Cyber "Use-of-Force" Debate

Gregory Macris
A Focus on Costs, Not Benefits, Dampens Koreans' Desire for Reunification


Mark P. Fitzgerald
Delivering Air Sea Battle

Peter Ohotnicky, Braden Hisey, and Jessica Todd
Improving U.S. Posture in the Arctic

Robert L. Butterworth
Space and the Joint Fight

Arthur D. Davis
The Regional Special Operations Headquarters: Franchising the NATO Model as a Hedge in Lean Times


Jeffrey S. Thurnher
No One at the Controls: Legal Implications of Fully Autonomous Targeting

John F. Morton and George Galdorisi
Any Sensor, Any Shooter: Toward an Aegis BMD Global Enterprise

John J. Schaefer III
Responsive Close Air Support

Curtis V. Neal, Robert B. Green, and Troy Caraway
Bridging the Gap from Coordination to Integration

Book Reviews

James Cricks
Victory at Risk

Nader Elhefnawy
Gangs, Pseudo-Militaries, and Other Modern Mercenaries

John W. Sutherlin
The Insurgency in Chechnya and the North Caucasus

Joint Doctrine

Joint Doctrine Update

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