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Chapter 1 war in the course of the Colonial period, 1607–1765 (pages 7–21): John Grenier
Chapter 2 battle of yank Independence, 1775–83 (pages 22–38): Stephen R. Conway
Chapter three overseas Wars of the Early Republic, 1798–1816 (pages 39–58): Gene Allen Smith
Chapter four Indian Wars within the East, 1783–1859 (pages 59–72): Roger L. Nichols
Chapter five The Texas battle for Independence and warfare with Mexico (pages 73–98): Thomas W. Cutrer
Chapter 6 The Civil battle, 1861–5 (pages 99–122): Brian Holden Reid
Chapter 7 Indian Wars of the Trans?Mississippi West, 1862–90 (pages 123–138): Robert Wooster
Chapter eight The Spanish–American and Philippine Wars, 1898–1902 (pages 139–152): Graham A. Cosmas
Chapter nine the US Emergent: the U.S. within the nice battle (pages 153–172): Aaron Anderson and Michael Neiberg
Chapter 10 global battle II within the Atlantic, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Europe (pages 173–193): Harold R. Winton
Chapter eleven international warfare II in Asia and the Pacific (pages 194–221): John Wukovits
Chapter 12 The Korean warfare (pages 222–256): James I. Matray
Chapter thirteen The Vietnam warfare (pages 257–271): Dr Ron Milam
Chapter 14 The chilly warfare (pages 272–283): Elizabeth Lutes Hillman
Chapter 15 The Gulf Wars opposed to Iraq (pages 284–297): John R. Ballard
Chapter sixteen international battle on Terrorism (pages 298–317): corridor Gardner
Chapter 17 The Continental military (pages 319–328): Charles P. Neimeyer
Chapter 18 The Navies and Marines of the yank Revolution (pages 329–337): Frank C. Mevers
Chapter 19 the united states military to 1900 (pages 338–359): Samuel J. Watson
Chapter 20 the U.S. military on account that 1900 (pages 360–377): Ronald L. Spiller
Chapter 21 the united states military, 1794–1860: males, Ships, and Governance (pages 378–387): Christopher McKee
Chapter 22 the U.S. army, 1860–1920 (pages 388–398): Kurt H. Hackemer
Chapter 23 the U.S. military due to the fact 1920 (pages 399–410): David F. Winkler
Chapter 24 the united states Marine Corps (pages 411–428): Jon Hoffman
Chapter 25 the U.S. Coast shield and Its Predecessor organisations (pages 429–443): C. Douglas Kroll
Chapter 26 the USA Air strength (pages 444–453): John W. Huston
Chapter 27 The accomplice military (pages 454–459): Arthur W. Bergeron
Chapter 28 The accomplice military and Marine Corps (pages 460–471): Michael E. Krivdo
Chapter 29 The Citizen Soldier in the USA: armed forces, nationwide shield, and Reserves (pages 472–496): James C. Bradford
Chapter 30 security Unification, Joint instructions, and Joint Operations (pages 497–506): Leo P. Hirrel
Chapter 31 Mercenaries, deepest army Contractors, and Non?Traditional Forces (pages 507–516): Jonathan Phillips
Chapter 32 increasing and protecting a Maritime Republic, 1816–95 (pages 523–535): John H. Schroeder
Chapter 33 Interventions in vital the USA and the Caribbean, 1900–30 (pages 536–553): Anne Cipriano Venzon
Chapter 34 army Interventions in Asia, 1899–1927 (pages 554–563): Stephen okay. Stein
Chapter 35 The profession of Germany, Austria, Trieste, Japan, Okinawa, and Korea (pages 564–571): James Jay Carafano
Chapter 36 army Operations in Latin the United States, 1961–2001 (pages 572–583): Lawrence Yates
Chapter 37 army Interventions wanting conflict within the put up 1975 period (pages 584–592): James Meernik
Chapter 38 Alliances and Coalitions in US heritage (pages 593–603): T. Michael Ruddy
Chapter 39 Attaches, MAAGs, and MACs (pages 604–616): Brian Tyrone Crumley
Chapter forty Early American Insurrections (pages 617–639): William Hogeland
Chapter forty-one the army and Reconstruction, 1862–77 (pages 640–649): Margaret M. Storey
Chapter forty two the army, Civil affliction, and ordinary mess ups, 1877–2007 (pages 650–661): Charles A. Byler
Chapter forty three Coastal Defenses (pages 662–680): Dale E. Floyd
Chapter forty four Air protection (pages 681–692): Edward B. Westermann
Chapter forty five army Intelligence (pages 693–708): David F. Trask
Chapter forty six army schooling and coaching (pages 709–721): Jennifer L. Speelman
Chapter forty seven US army Chaplains (pages 722–732): John W. Brinsfield, Tierian funds and Thomas Malek?Jones
Chapter forty eight army Communications (pages 733–745): Jonathan Reed Winkler
Chapter forty nine army Order and self-discipline (pages 746–761): Benjamin R. Beede
Chapter 50 Covert battle and exact Operations Forces (pages 762–773): Bob Seals
Chapter fifty one US warfare making plans: altering personal tastes and the Evolution of services (pages 774–801): Donald Chisholm
Chapter fifty two army Justice (pages 802–814): Mark Weitz
Chapter fifty three images and the yank army (pages 815–832): Frank J. Wetta
Chapter fifty four tune within the army (pages 833–840): Edward H. McKinley
Chapter fifty five the yankee means of conflict (pages 841–855): Antulio J. Echevarria
Chapter fifty six Civil–Military family (pages 856–868): Dr Charles A. Stevenson
Chapter fifty seven ladies within the American army (pages 869–879): D'Ann Campbell
Chapter fifty eight Minorities within the army (pages 880–898): Thomas A. Bruscino
Chapter fifty nine Medals and (pages 899–917): David T. Zabecki
Chapter 60 the army, the Cinema, and tv (pages 918–940): Joseph G. Dawson
Chapter sixty one the army, the inside track Media, and Censorship (pages 941–965): Edward L. Walraven
Chapter sixty two The Military–Industrial complicated (pages 966–989): Benjamin Franklin Cooling
Chapter sixty three the army, struggle, and reminiscence (pages 990–999): G. Kurt Piehler
Chapter sixty four American army Ethics (pages 1000–1017): Thomas B. Grassey
Chapter sixty five the army and activities (pages 1018–1025): Dr Wanda Ellen Wakefield
Chapter sixty six American Veterans' events (pages 1026–1033): William Pencak
Chapter sixty seven deal with the army lifeless (pages 1034–1044): Constance Potter and John Deeben

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