Latest "Irregular Warfare" stories
The authors propose concepts to address a gap in discourse on "integrated deterrence" in the upcoming National Defense Strategy.
By Katie Crombe, Steve Ferenzi and Robert Jones
The resistance operating concept is helping inform Army special operators as they focus on great power competition.
By Davis Winkie
Wargaming is an essential component of professional military education, but is it obsolete for the irregular challenges of competition today?
By Steve Ferenzi, Christopher J. Hickey, and Christopher Hossfeld
"The Other Face of Battle" reminds us that "irregular" or "asymmetrical" warfare is now not the exception but the rule. Understanding its roots seems more crucial than ever.
By Wayne E. Lee, David L. Preston, Anthony E. Carlson, and David Silbey
An irregular warfare response is warranted if the hackers can be positively identified, says an Arizona congressman and Marine veteran.
By Howard Altman