TECOM Warfighting Club
Bringing together warfighting communities of interest
by Benjamin M. Jensen
In war, if you are not first, you are last. The question we must ask is, “How can the military professional escape the iron cage of bureaucracy and prepare for the next war? Our answer is simple: fight.
Post-Vietnam reforms and the development of a new warfighting philosophy
by Maj Austin M. Duncan
During the Marine Corps’ intellectual renaissance, the Service increased education standards for potential recruits, birthed a new philosophy of warfighting, professionalized the force through education, and institutionalized maneuver warfare. We must continue to build on that legacy today.
The Observation Post
Today we will re-establish The Observation Post.
Frank opinions, rebuttals to published articles, and imaginative ideas are all welcome.
Subject matter is unconstrained and may be controversial, but the article must be short.
Submit essays of 800–1000 words to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Microsoft Word documents are preferred.
No pictures or charts.
Author biographies are limited to rank, full name, and MOS.
The authors of OP articles selected for publication will receive an award of $50 courtesy of the donors of MCAF.