I don't agree with the guy's politics, but his view on the melding of technology and military history is pretty interesting.
"My major conclusion? Simply that it's not enough to acquire first-class technology. You also need the right organizational structure, training, and leadership to take advantage of that technology. Today, the U.S. is the undisputed leader in high-tech hardware, but our government bureaucracy is still designed to fight mirror-image adversaries from the Industrial Age--not nimble, decentralized foes like Al Qaeda." -- Max Boot
See also: http://www.cfr.org/publication/10313/war_made_new.html
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