Published Works

"A Mediterranean Cruiser Action," Report, Issue No. 93-3, November 1993 (Alnavco Distributors). I reproduced it here on my original site that still lives on here. (I had forgotten this wargame report existed. It was my first published item, so what the heck, I'll add this).

"Oliver Hazard Perry," in Historic World Leaders: North & South America M-Z, by Anne Commire (Editor) Volume 5, Gale Research, June 1994, ISBN: 0810384132, pp. 670-675.

"Peace Enforcement: The Mythical Mission," Army Magazine, November 1996 (Arlington, Va.: The Association of the United States Army), pp. 8-12. The article won first place in the 1996 Army Magazine essay contest.

"The First Gulf War and the Army's Future," The Land Warfare Papers, No. 27, Oct. 1997 (Arlington, Va.: The Institute of Land Warfare). I presented this paper at the AUSA annual meeting in 1997.

"Landpower Needed for Decisive Victory," Army Magazine, April 1998 (Arlington, Va.: The Association of the United States Army), pp. 14-18.

"A Total Army for Total War: The Guard Divisions' Role," Army Magazine, January 1999 (Arlington, Va.: The Association of the United States Army), pp. 10-12. This article tied for third prize in the 1998 Army Magazine essay contest.

"The Path of the Future Army," Military Review, September-October 2000 (Fort Leavenworth, Ks.: US Army Command and General Staff College), pp. 91-93. When published, the editors stripped out charts resulting in garbled text. I corrected the two text errors and added the charts here.

"Rethinking Army-Marine Corps Roles in Power Projection," Joint Force Quarterly, Autumn 2000 (Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington D.C.: National Defense University), pp.38-42. Submitted for the journal's 1999-2000 essay contest on military innovation, the essay did not place in the top three but was selected to appear with the winning entries. Regrettably,  supporting maps and a graphic were not included in the published version (I used to link to them where they remain on the Reocities-saved Geocities site, but someone keeps changing the link to a potentially dangerous one. Sorry.)

"Equipping the Objective Force," Military Review, May-June 2002 (Fort Leavenworth, Ks.: US Army Command and General Staff College), pp. 28-33.

"Transforming USAREUR for a Strategy of Preemption," Military Review, November-December 2003 (Fort Leavenworth, Ks.: US Army Command and General Staff College), pp. 15-20. [I don't know why the online version says I have a PhD. In the printed version, I am incorrectly credited with a PhD. A correction, at my request, appeared in the next issue and the online version was at one time corrected. To be clear, I should never be called Doctor Dunn. I have a MA.]

"The AFRICOM Queen," Military Review, May-June 2016 (Fort Leavenworth, Ks.: US Army Command and General Staff College), pp. 50-61. This article won third place in the 2015 General William E. DePuy Special Topics Writing Contest. [And the Spanish version "La reina de AFRICOM del siglo XXI"]

"Reachback for the Squad," Infantry Magazine, August-December 2016 (Fort Benning, Ga.), pp. 14-17.

"Course Could Be a Lifesaver for Recruiting," Army Magazine, July 2017 (Arlington, Va.: The Association of the United States Army), pp. 14-15.

"Bring Back the Dragon Swarms." Proceedings, August 2017  (Arlington, Va.: United States Naval Institute), pp. 48-52. [membership required for online access]

I also have at least 38 papers (these are the ones I have PDFs for) published on a variety of subjects while I was a research analyst at the Legislative Service Bureau. I should probably cite them here. Some pertain to military matters.

As a footnote, two articles I wrote were purchased by the United States Naval Institute Proceedings long ago but have not been published. One addressed Army-Marine Corps joint operations and one examined the implications of network-centric warfare for the Navy.