John S. Brown is the current commander of the Center of Military History and chief of Military History. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, General Brown holds master’s and doctorate degrees in history from Indiana University. He also has earned master’s degrees from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the U.S. Naval War College. He is the author of Draftee Division.
David G. Chandler received his doctorate from Oxford University and served for many years as the Head of the Department of War Studies at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst. He is president emeritus of the British Commission for Military History and a world-renowned expert on the Napoleonic Wars. Dr. Chandler is the author of numerous articles and books, including The Campaigns of Napoleon, Dictionary of the Napoleonic Wars, World War II on Land, and The D-Day Encyclopedia (coeditor).
Robert A. Doughty is head and professor of the Department of History at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. A colonel in the U.S. Army, he graduated from the Military Academy in 1965 and earned a Ph.D. in European History from the University of Kansas. Colonel Doughty is the author of the two-volume series, Warfare in the Western World, and The Breaking Point: Sedan and the Fall of France, 1940.
Karl-Heinz Frieser is the head of Operational Art History at the German Military History Institute. Dr. Frieser authored Blitzkrieg Legende, as well as several articles on the operational level of war and military history. He is a lieutenant colonel in the German Army.
David M. Glantz, a retired colonel, U.S. Army, is the editor of the Journal of Slavic Military Studies and a prolific writer about military affairs in Eastern Europe and Russia. He is the author of Zhukov’s Greatest Defeat, Stumbling Colossus, and When Titans Clashed (coauthor). Colonel Glantz is the former director of the U.S. Army Foreign Military Studies Office at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Arthur V. Grant, formerly the minority staff director for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, is currently with the Raytheon Company. A retired colonel, U.S. Army, he was an instructor at the U.S. Military Academy and the National War College. Colonel Grant contributed to the revised edition of the West Point Campaign Atlas to the American Civil War.
Jacob W. Kipp received his Ph.D. in history in 1970 from Pennsylvania State University. He is the director of the U.S. Army Foreign Military Studies Office/Joint Reserve Intelligence Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He contributes frequently to various scholarly and military journals concerning Russian military history and military affairs in Eastern Europe.
Michael D. Krause is a former deputy commander of the U.S. Army Center of Military History and instructor at the National War College. He retired as a colonel from the Ordnance Corps. Colonel Krause received his Ph.D. in modern European history from Georgetown University in 1968. He coauthored Theater Logistics and the Gulf War and coedited On Operational Art.
Bruce W. Menning has written extensively on the formative period of the Soviet Red Army and is the author of Bayonets Before Bullets: The Imperial Russian Army, 1861–1914. Dr. Menning received his Ph.D. in history from Duke University. He is a former associate professor of History from the University of Miami, Ohio, and he currently serves as an instructor of strategy in the Department of Joint and Multinational Operations of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.
Stanlis David Milkowski recently retired from the U.S. Army as a colonel, after serving several tours of duty in a variety of intelligence assignments. A graduate of the National War College, he is the author of several articles dealing with military intelligence.
Harold W. Nelson, a retired brigadier general, U.S. Army, is a former chief of Military History and commander of the Center of Military History. Dr. Nelson also taught military history and operational art at the Army War College. He coauthored the U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Gettysburg and similar studies on the Battles of Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, and Antietam.
Gunter R. Roth is a brigadier general in the German Army and head of the German Military History Institute. Dr. Roth has written extensively on German military history and the operational art of war.
Graham H. Turbiville, Jr., is a former director of the U.S. Army Foreign Military Studies Office at Fort Leavenworth. Before that, he was the chief of the Soviet/Warsaw Pact Strategic Operations Branch in the Defense Intelligence Agency and editor of the Low Intensity Conflict and Law Enforcement Journal. Dr. Turbiville was the general editor of The Voroshilov Lectures and the coauthor of CINC’s Strategies: The Combatant Command Process.
Russell F. Weigley was a professor of History at Temple University and a frequent lecturer at the U.S. Army War College. He authored several major studies in military history, including: The Age of Battles, The American Way of War, History of the United States Army, and Eisenhower’s Lieutenants. Professor Weigley, a distinguished military historian, passed away in early 2004.
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