From the Desk of Heather S. Gregg: Iraq and Afghanistan One Year after Building the Nation

Heather Selma Gregg is an associate professor at the Naval Postgraduate School’s Department of Defense Analysis. She is the author of Building the Nation: Missed Opportunities in Iraq & Afghanistan (Potomac Books, 2018), The Path to Salvation: Religious Violence from the … Continue reading From the Desk of Heather S. Gregg: Iraq and Afghanistan One Year after Building the Nation

Publicist Picks: Equine Soldiers, A Gilded Age Campaign, and other November Books

Tayler Lord and Anna Weir are publicists at UNP who share a cubicle and cannot stop talking about books (or caffeinated beverages, for that matter). Today they also share their thoughts about a few upcoming titles they’re particularly excited about as readers. The books in … Continue reading Publicist Picks: Equine Soldiers, A Gilded Age Campaign, and other November Books

From the Desk of Jerri Bell: Women’s History in the Military

The following is a contribution from Jerri Bell, co-editor of It’s My Country Too: Women’s Military Stories from the American Revolution to Afghanistan (July 2017). Bell is a retired naval officer and the managing editor of O-Dark-Thirty, the literary journal of the Veterans … Continue reading From the Desk of Jerri Bell: Women’s History in the Military

From the Desk of Louis A. Del Monte: United States’ ‘Mother Of All Bombs’ and Other Nanoweapons

The following contribution comes from Louis A. Del Monte, author of Nanoweapons: A Growing Threat to Humanity (April 2017). Del Monte is an award-winning physicist and speaker and is the chief executive officer of Del Monte and Associates, Inc. During his thirty-year career as a physicist … Continue reading From the Desk of Louis A. Del Monte: United States’ ‘Mother Of All Bombs’ and Other Nanoweapons