The Indian Army and the Transition to ‘Conventional’ Warfare in Mesopotamia, 1914-1916



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From Making Men to Making Marines: Recruiting Women Marines during World War II

Zayna Bizri, George Mason University


New Roles and the Evolving Definition of Combat: Women as Marine Security Guards in 1978 and 1988

Beth Wolny, George Mason University


Combat Pilots, Lionesses, and Female Engagement Teams: Breaking Down Gender Barriers in the Global War on Terror

Nathan Packard, Georgetown University


Comments: Nicholas Schlosser, Center of Military History
PANEL 4-G

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 5

PREPARATION AND PERCEPTION: U.S. SECURITY IN MODERN HISTORY
Chair: Joseph T. Glatthaar, University of North Carolina
A Cold Start: Reexamining the U.S. Army’s Stumble into War in 1917

Rory M. McGovern, U.S. Military Academy


Managing Innovation: Protecting, Promoting, and Propagating Science and Technology in World War II

Nicholas M. Sambaluk, Purdue University


Over the Battlefield, not Through: The Air Force and Cyberspace Operations

Gregory W. Ball, U.S. Air Force History and Museums Program


Comments: Lance Janda, Cameron University
PANEL 4-H

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 7

EASTERN EUROPE AT WAR, 1939-1945
Chair: Mary Hampton, Air Command and Staff College
The Complexity of Polish Military Resistance under Nazi Occupation: The Militarization of the Warsaw Intelligentsia

Jadwiga Biskupska, Sam Houston State University


The Press on Motivation: Kurskaia Pravda’s Propaganda Campaign for Mobilization in Kursk Oblast, 1943

Daniel Giblin, University of North Carolina


True Sons of the Soviet Motherland? The Kazakh Frontline Experience during World War II

Roberto Carmack, University of Wisconsin


Comments: Geoffrey Megargee, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
PANEL 4-I

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 4

MEDICINE AND MORALE IN MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS

AN AIR UNIVERSITY STUDENT RESEARCH PANEL
Chair: Brian Erickson, Royal Canadian Air Force
Restoring Unit Culture and Morale After the Relief of a Commanding Officer

Denise Cooper, Air War College


PTSD and the Effect of Visible and Invisible Wounds on Resiliency and Reintegration

Katherine Linton, Air War College


Moral Injury and Military Medicine

Kathleen Jones, Air War College


Comments: Anthony Carlson, School of Advanced Military Studies

SATUDAY, 11 APRIL
SESSION 5: 0830-1000
PANEL 5-A

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 1

SHAPING THE MEMORY OF WAR: THE ROLES OF COMMEMORATION, PILGRIMAGE AND NARRATIVE
Chair: Ben Severance, Auburn University at Montgomery
The Changing Faces and Functions of Battlefield Monuments at Gettysburg

Michael W. Panhorst, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts


Commemoration in the Hawkeye State: The Iowa Department of the Women’s Relief Corps, 1861-1939

Lindsey R. Peterson, University of South Dakota


Intoxicating Memories: Representations of Drinking on the Western Front

Adam Zientek, Stanford University


American Veterans Remember: The Power of Pilgrimage in the Memory of World War II

Kate C. Lemay, Auburn University at Montgomery


Comments: Ricardo A. Herrera, School of Advanced Military Studies
PANEL 5-B

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 5

THE DEAD AND THE FORGOTTEN
Chair: Steve R. Waddell, U.S. Military Academy
Tokens of Gratitude: The U.S. Army’s Commemoration of its World War II Dead

Kyle Hatzinger, University of North Texas


4-F: Military Rejection and Social Implications during World War II

Tiffany Smith, University of North Texas


Goering’s Boys in Blue: The Luftwaffe Field Divisions in World War II

Michael Stout, University of North Texas


Comments: Steve R. Waddell, U.S Military Academy
PANEL 5-C

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 7

REINTEGRATING MILITARY HISTORY INTO AMERICAN CIVIL WAR STUDIES
Chair: George C. Rable, University of Alabama
Military History as a Component of Civil War Studies

Earl J. Hess, Lincoln Memorial University


Civilization and Military Practice in the American Civil War

Lorien Foote, Texas A&M University


Lightning around the Edge of a Cloud”: Toward an Integration of ‘Guerrilla Studies’ into the American Civil War

Barton A. Myers, Washington and Lee University


Comments: Wayne E. Lee, University of North Carolina
PANEL 5-D

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 9

AMERICAN HOME FRONTS IN WARS “OVER THERE” AND AT HOME

Chair: Mark Wells, U.S. Air Force Academy
Spouses of American Heroes of the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution

Michael Kennedy, U.S. Air Force Academy


Conchies and Yellowbellies: Conscription and Conscience in the United States during World War I

Jeffrey Copeland, U.S. Air Force Academy


Children of the Atom Splitters: Families, Culture, and Life Under the Manhattan Project

John Prince, U.S. Air Force Academy


Comments: Mark Groteleuschen, U.S. Air Force Academy
PANEL 5-E

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 1

THE NAVY DEPARTMENT IN WARS BOTH GREAT AND SMALL
Chair: James Broussard, Lebanon Valley College
Flying Destruction”: U.S. Naval Strategy at the End of the War of 1812

Stanley J. Adamiak, University of Central Oklahoma


The Tiger of Seibo”: Charles Merkel and the Dark Side of Marine Corps History

Mark R. Folse, University of Alabama


Lessons Learned and Lessons Lost: The Impact of Institutional Culture and Memory on Learning Across the Counterinsurgency History of the United States Marine Corps

Jeannie L. Johnson, Utah State University


Comments: James Bradford, Texas A&M University
PANEL 5-F

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 3

A SOLDIER FOR ALL SEASONS: REMAKING WAR AND WARRIORS IN MEDIEVAL AND MODERN BRITAIN
Chair: Clifford Rogers, U.S. Military Academy
For the King’s Pardon: Crime, Pardon, and Military Service in Edward III’s England

Sarah K. Douglas, Ohio State University


Why We Fight: Recreating the English Strategic Narrative during the Later Hundred Years War

Daniel Franke, U.S. Military Academy


The Military Legacy of Richard the Lionheart: Constructed Heroism and Selective Memory in Modern English Historiography

John Hosler, Morgan State University


Comments: Kelly DeVries, Loyola University
PANEL 5-G

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 5

NEW APPROACHES TO THE HISTORY OF MILITARY VETERANS IN THE TWENTIETH-CENTURY UNITED STATES
Chair: Kurt Piehler, Florida State University
The Welding of the Partnership”: The American Legion, World War II Veterans, and the Housing Crisis in the Postwar United States

Olivier Burtin, Princeton University


The Service I Rendered Was Just as True”: Government-Sponsored Health Care for African Americans in the World War I Era

Jessica Adler, Florida International University


I Never Flew and Airplane that Asked If I Were Mr. or a Mrs. or a Ms.”: Contested Veteran Status for the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II

Sarah Myers, Texas Tech University


Families, Federalism and Fairness: Veterans and Their Wives Debate the Military Welfare Regime

Suzanne Kahn, Columbia University


Comments: Jennifer Mittelstadt, Rutgers University
PANEL 5-H

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 7

KINDS OF MEMORY: NAVAL REVISIONISM, MEMORY AND MEMORIALS AFTER THE FIRST WORLD WAR
Chair: Geoffrey P. Megargee, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Sinking of the Lusitania, Wilson’s Response, and Paths Not Taken: Historical +

Douglas Peifer, Air War College


German Naval Memorializations of the First World War through 1945

Sarandis Papadopoulos, Department of the Navy


Auf See Unbesiegt”: German Naval Representations in the Decades Following the First World War

Keith W. Bird, Corporation for a Skilled Workforce


Comments: Stephen Svonavec, Middle Georgia State College
PANEL 5-I

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 4

THE INFLUENCE OF INTERWAR AND WORLD WAR II DOCTRINE, DOGMA, MYTH, AND MEMORY

Chair: Bryon E. Greenwald, Joint Advanced Warfighting School
Strategic Bombardment as an Obstacle to Strategic Airpower: Why the Early American Airborne Was Shortchanged

Sean Klimek, Florida State University


A Line in the Sand: Defining the Army-Marine Corps Rivalry during World War II

Allyson Stanton, Florida State University


Conflict and Commemoration: World War I and the American War of Movement

Nimrod Frazer, Independent Scholar


Comments: Conrad C. Crane, Army War College

COFFEE BREAK: 1000-1030
SESSION 6: 1030-1200
PANEL 6-A

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 1

SEARCHING FOR THE MISSING OF WORLD WAR II
Chair: Allan R. Millett, University of New Orleans
Too Many Unknowns”: The Search for the Missing of Bataan

Greg Kupsky, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command


Fear, Fantasy, and Fascination: German Childhood and Collective Memory of Encounters with U.S. Air Crews in World War II

Robyn Rodriguez, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command


The Fallen of Operation Iceberg: Successes and Failures of U.S. Graves Registration Efforts during the Battle of Okinawa

Ian Spurgeon, Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office


Comments: Kurt Piehler, Florida State University
PANEL 6-B

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 5

THE WARS IN AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ; HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION, FALSE NARRATIVES, AND THE FORGOTTEN IRAQIS
Chair: Paul Mikolashek, U.S. Army (Retired)
Beyond the Kill Teams: The False Narrative and 5/2 SBCT

Jon Mikolashek, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College


III Corps During the Surge: A Study in Operational Art

Wilson C. Blythe, Jr., National Defense University


The Other Side of the “COIN”: The Rise of the Iraqi Insurgency

Jeanne Hull Godfroy, National Defense University


Comments: Dale Andrade, Joint History Office
PANEL 6-C

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 7

THE DEVIL’S IN THE DETAILS: USING CASE STUDIES TO RETHINK LARGER QUESTIONS FROM THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, THE U.S. CIVIL WAR, AND THE U.S. ARMY IN THE GILDED AGE
Chair: Brian McAllister Linn, Texas A&M University
The 2nd Canadian’s Original Establishment: Precedents and Provisions for an Unusual Continental Army Regiment

Holly Mayer, Duquesne University


Lee’s Grenadier Guard or a ‘Little Body of Malcontents’? Desertion and Resupply in John Bell Hood’s Texas Brigade, 1864-1865

Susannah Ural, University of Southern Mississippi


Strange Defeat: The U.S. Army and State Power during the Gilded Age

Kevin Adams, Kent State University


Comments: George C. Rable, University of Alabama
PANEL 6-D

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 9

BRITAIN STANDS ALONE: RE-ASSESSING 1940
Chair: Emily Swafford, American Historical Association
Admiral Bertram Ramsay and the “Miracle” of Dunkirk

Andrew Gordon, King’s College London


Defining “The Few”: The Triumph of British Air Power

Christina Goulter, King’s College London


The British Army’s Last Stand: The Defense of the United Kingdom

Andrew Stewart, King’s College London


Comments: Allison Abra, University of Southern Mississippi
PANEL 6-E

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 1

RACE AND THE AMERICAN MILITARY EXPERIENCE
Chair: Eric Nager, Southern Capital Services
It Is without Question Our Shining Opportunity”: Project 100,000

Geoffrey W. Jensen, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


They Bled Just as Red”: African-American Replacement Platoons in White Rifle Companies in the European Theater, 1945

Eric Klinek, Temple University


Comments: Thomas Hanson, Combat Studies Institute
PANEL 6-F

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 3

THE EASTERN FRONT IN 1915: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Chair: David Stone, Kansas State University
Richard DiNardo, Marine Corps Command and Staff College
Matitiahu Mayzel, Tel Aviv University
Graydon (Jack) A. Tunstall, University of South Florida
PANEL 6-G

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 5

GERMANY REARMED? CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION, THE POLITICS OF MILITARY SERVICE, AND THE COMMEMORATION OF WAR DEAD IN THE POSTWAR COMMUNITIES
Chair: Brian Feltman, Georgia Southern University
An Understanding of War That Is “No Longer Tenable”: The Politics of Publicly Mourning the German War Dead, 1952-1961

J. Franklin Williamson, Gordon State College


The Duty of the Pater Familias—Defining Compulsory Military Service in West Germany, 1949-1956

Friederike Bruehoefener, University of Texas, Pan-American


The Greater Duty: Conscientious Objection in Practice and Protest in West Germany, 1956-1960

Jared Donnelly, Texas A&M University


Comments: Adam R. Seipp, Texas A&M University
PANEL 6-H

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 7

EUROPEAN PROFESSIONALISM IN THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS

THE MASSENA SOCIETY PRESIDENTIAL PANEL
Chair: Rafe Blaufarb, Florida State University
From Citizen-Soldiers to Professionals? Transformations of the French Army under the Thermidorean Regime and the Directory

Jordan Hayworth, University of North Texas


The Evil Intentions of This Nation”: Hessian Perspectives on American Revolutionary Activity

Chris Juergens, Florida State University


The Earl of Wellington and the 1812 Siege of Badajoz

Andrew Swift, Jacksonville State University


Comments: Tim Fitzpatrick, Tallahassee Community College
PANEL 6-I

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 4

LEADERSHIP LESSONS FOR THE MODERN CITIZEN-SOLDIER

AN AIR UNIVERSITY STUDENT RESEARCH PANEL
Chair: Robert J. Smith, Jr., Air War College
How the Tuskegee Phenomenon, Courageous Leadership, and Political Expedience Influenced Truman’s Military Integration Decision

Thomas Corwin Pauly, Air War College


Private Rogers Taylor: Prisoner of the Japanese

Charlie J. Taylor, Air Command and Staff College


Uncomfortable Experience: Lost Leadership Lessons from the Apache Wars

Jason E. Martos, Air Command and Staff College


Comments: Jonathan Gumz, University of Birmingham


LUNCH BREAK: 1200-1330
SESSION 7: 1330-1500
PANEL 7-A

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 1

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER: CONSIDERING THE INVASION OF KUWAIT AND OPERATION DESERT SHIELD
Chair: Annette D. Amerman, Marine Corps University
Saddam’s Pyrrhic Victory: The 1990 Invasion and Occupation of Kuwait

Kevin M. Woods, Institute for Defense Analyses


First to Fight? The United States Marine Corps in Operation Desert Shield

Paul Westermeyer, Marine Corps University


Comments: Stephen A. Bourque, School of Advanced Military Studies
PANEL 7-B

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 5

GETTING A BOOK PUBLISHED IN TODAY’S MARKETPLACE: SHEDDING LIGHT ON AGENTS, PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLING, AND EBOOKS: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION

Chair: Brandon Proia, University of North Carolina Press
Roger S. Williams, Literary Agent, New England Publishing Association
Rick Russell, Naval Institute Press
Steve Smith, Editorial Director, Casemate Publishers
PANEL 7-C

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 7

SOLDIERS AND BATTLEFIELDS OF THE CIVIL WAR
Chair: Paul Springer, Air Command and Staff College
His Death May Have Lost the South Her Independence”: Albert Sidney Johnston and Civil War Memory

Robert Glaze, University of Tennessee


Union Veterans at the Footlights: The Grand Army of the Republic, Theatrical Representations, and Civil War Memory

Tyler Sperrazza, Penn State University


The Cost of War: A Quantitative Analysis of Union Soldiers and Veterans’ Deaths from Alcoholism, Insanity, and Suicide

Angela Riotto, University of Akron


Comments: Chris Mortenson, Ouachita Baptist University
PANEL 7-D

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 9

THE COLD WAR: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Chair: S. Michael Pavelec, Joint Advanced Warfighting School
Failure to Conform to Cabinet Decisions Cannot Be Accepted”—Canadian Cold War Civil-Military Relations

Frank Maas, Wilfrid Laurier University


Nuclear Safety in the Air National Guard, 1960-1984

Michael E. Weaver, Air Command and Staff College


Deterrence vs. Disentanglement in the Shadow of Vietnam: Military Resistance to Nixon’s Troop Reduction in South Korea, 1969-1971

Leon J. Perkowski, Air War College


Comments: Gregory A. Daddis, U.S. Military Academy
PANEL 7-E

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 1

POST WORLD WAR I MEMORY AND POLITICAL REALITIES
Chair: Anthony Carlson, School of Advanced Military Studies
Mythologizing the Dominion Fighting Man: Comparing Australian, New Zealand and Canadian Narratives of the Great War Soldier, 1914-1939

Mark Sheftall, Auburn University


Sites of Memory and Mourning in Print

Andrew Keitt, University of Alabama at Birmingham


Our Rescue from the Red Peril”: The White International as Operational Anti-Communism

Geoffrey Krempa, University of Tennessee


Comments: Brian Neumann, Center of Military History
PANEL 7-F

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 3

IT’S AN AD-HOC LIFE FOR US: PREPARATION, ADAPTATION, AND INSTRUCTION IN THE U.S. ARMY
Chair: Ron Milam, Texas Tech University
Commando Meets Doughboy: The MACV Recondo School and the Integration of Special and Conventional Warfare during the Vietnam War

James Sandy, Texas Tech University


Assuming the Habit of Command: The Self-Education of Volunteer Junior Officers in the American Civil War

Drew S. Bledsoe, Lee University


Readiness for Failure: The Eighth Army Prior to the Korean War

James M. Cloninger, Air Force Historical Research Agency


Comments: William Allison, Georgia Southern University
PANEL 7-G

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 5

IDEOLOGY AND RHETORIC IN EUROPEAN WARFARE, 1740-1815
Chair: Michael V. Leggiere, University of North Texas
Publications, Piety, and War: The Protestant Interest in British Media during the War of the Austrian Succession

Hailey Stewart, University of North Texas


William Pitt the Younger and the Strategy of Counterrevolution, 1792-1797

Nathaniel Jarrett, University of North Texas


Hello (Insert Country Here) My Old Friend: Joachim Murat, Naples, and the Propaganda of New Alliances, 1813-1815

Chad Tomaselli, University of North Texas


Comments: Kenneth Johnson, Air Command and Staff College
PANEL 7-H

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 7

THE EVOLUTION OF THE MILITARIZED ENVIRONMENT: GLOBAL WAR, OCCUPATION, AND THE UNITED STATES MILITARY, 1943-1975

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY PRESIDENTIAL PANEL
Chair: Gabriella Petrick, George Mason University
War Is in the Air: Research Project No. X-231, Human Experimentation, and the United States Military during World War II

Gerard J. Fitzgerald, George Mason University


Dr. Oliver L. Autin, Jr., and Allied Wildlife Policy in Occupied Japan

Kyle Bracken, Florida State University


Weaponizing Weather: Climate and Weather Modification by the U.S. Department of Defense

Rebecca Pincus, U.S. Coast Guard Academy


Comments: Gabriella Petrick, George Mason University
PANEL 7-I

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 4

THE RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION OF MODERN MILITARY FORCES

AN AIR UNIVERSITY STUDENT RESEARCH PANEL
Chair: Barbara Salera, Air Command and Staff College
Assessing the All-Volunteer Force Concept

Paul Kirmis, Air War College


The Recruiter’s Perfect Storm: Benchmarking

Steve Lang, Air War College


The Civil-Military Gap and Women in Combat

Charlie Ohlinger, Air War College


Comments: Janet G. Valentine, Command and General Staff College

COFFEE BREAK: 1500-1530
SESSION 8: 1530-1700
PANEL 8-A

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 1

PROSOPOGRAPHY AND BIOGRAPHY: EMERGING INSIGHTS ON GROUND-COMBAT COMMAND IN THE PACIFIC
Chair: Thomas A. Hughes, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies
Two Improbable Paths to Corps Command: Robert L. Eichelberger and Alexander M. Patch

Harold R. Winton, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies


MacArthur’s New Guinea Commander: Reassessing the Command Performance of Lieutenant General Sir Edmund Herring

Peter J. Dean, Australian National University


Simon Bolivar Buckner: The Forgotten Warrior

Sharon Tosi Lacey, Center for Military History


Comments: Kevin Holzimmer, Air Force Research Institute
PANEL 8-B

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 5

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN MILITARY HISTORY
Chair: Donald MacCuish, Air Command and Staff College
American Soldiers and Their Use of Social Media to Explain War to the Public

Michael Gisick, Australian National University


Discursive Dimensions of Change: Legitimizing the Modern Louisiana Maneuvers in the United States Army

Wade Smith, Norwich University


Some Would Call It Sacrilege: Reforming Officer Training in the U.S. Military

Matthew M. Hurley, U.S. Air Force


Comments: Jacqueline Whitt, Air War College
PANEL 8-C

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 7

THE UNIQUE CHALLENGES OF AIRPOWER, 1939-1960

Chair: David Silbey, Cornell University
Rise and Decline: The Shift in the Anglo-American Power Balance between 1941 and 1945

Tami Davis Biddle, Army War College


Friction on the Ice: Building a Bomber Base at the Top of the World

David Arnold, National War College


Long Before There Was an Afghan Model: Special Operations, Airpower, and Proxies in Europe in the Second World War

James Kiras, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies

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