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Contact Admin. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Case Studies from the Long War, vol. Painting appeared on www. Iraq War, Campaigns--Case studies. Iraq War, Personal narratives, American. Afghan War, Campaigns--Case studies. Afghan War, Personal narratives, American. Robertson, William Glenn, II. Government Printing Office Internet: The events chronicled herein span the spectrum of participants from officers to noncommissioned offi- cers and from combat units to support personnel, all in contact with a vicious and unforgiving enemy.
Each case study provides valuable insights for Soldiers and military professionals. As the Introduction explains, the format allows the case studies to be read as traditional narratives—following each case study from its initial situa- tion, to its dilemma, through to its resolution.
They can also be used in the Army school system as a teaching tool by having students read through the dilemma, then fostering student discussion and analysis of options before moving on to the actual historical conclusion.
Mosul, 29 December by John J. Situation, Western Mosul, , 29 December Syahcow, Afghanistan, 25 July Robertson Military historians have a wide range of choices when they come to address the history of a conflict. Some prefer to focus on the formulation of policy at the highest levels, where national military and political consid- erations intersect.
Others choose to chronicle the purely strategic decisions made by senior military officers. Still another approach is represented by those who attempt to craft comprehensive chronological narratives, either of entire wars or discrete campaigns, most often from the perspective of the senior leaders involved. The biographical form represents an addi- tional way to cover great events. All of these approaches involve telling the story in terms of a very few individuals at the higher echelons of power and influence.