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



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Comments: Christopher Rein, Air Command and Staff College
PANEL 8-D

ROOM: MONTGOMERY 9

I SUPPOSE THERE ARE SUCH THINGS AS GIFTED AMATEURS”: WARTIME CIVILIAN OFFICERS AND THE QUESTION OF MILITARY PROFESSIONALISM


Chair: Ethan S. Rafuse, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
Airmen to Infantry: The Provisional Air Corps Regiment at Bataan, January-April 1942

Frank Blazich, Naval History and Heritage Command


The Bureaucrat and the State: Considerations on Military Professionalism in the Case of Zeng Guofan and the Taiping Rebellion

Gregory Hope, Ohio State University


Beyond the Pale of Prejudice: White Officer Training in the United States Colored Troops, 1863-1864

Zachery Fry, Ohio State University


Comments: Matthew S. Muehlbauer, Manhattan College
PANEL 8-E

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 1

COMMEMORATION AND REFORM: REINVENTING CHINA’S MILITARY FROM THE MING DEBACLE OT THE SECOND SINO-JAPANESE WAR

Chair: David A. Graff, Kansas State University
Commemorating the Lost Prosperity: 17th Century Chinese Literati’s Reflections on the Fall of the Ming Dynasty

Yang Wei, University of Colorado


Commemoration and Collective Memory at the Northeast Military Academy in 1910s-1920s Manchuria

Miri Kim, Norwich University


The Taste of China’s War: A Social History of the Chinese Red Army, 1927-1937

Xiaobing Li, University of Central Oklahoma


Serving Our Wounded Heroes: Military Welfare Programs of the Chinese YMCA during the Second Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945

Yan Xu, Spelman College


Comments: Kenneth M. Swope, University of Southern Mississippi
PANEL 8-F

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THREE PITFALLS FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT WITH THE MILITARY: MEDIA, EDUCATION, AND POLITICS
Chair: Robert Davis II, School of Advanced Military Studies
General Patton, Shell Shock, and the U.S. Army: The Slapping Incidents Revisited

Alex Lovelace, Ohio University


The My Lai Massacre and Its Absence in U.S. Education

Heather Salazar, Ohio University


Special Operations Forces and American Civil-Military Relations

Zach Morgan, Independent Scholar


Comments: Robert Davis II, School of Advanced Military Studies
PANEL 8-G

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 5

DESCENT INTO WAR: 1939-1940 IN WESTERN EUROPE

Chair: Mark Grimsley, Ohio State University
Not His Finest Hour”: Winston Churchill and the Attack on the French Fleet at Mers-el-Kébir, July 1940

Ralph Brown, University of Lousiana, Monroe


Memory, Myth, and Forgetting: The Netherlands and the World Wars

Hubert Van Tuyll, Georgia Regents University


An Occurrence at Marker 16.6: Dutch Neutrality, German Concessions, and Glimpses of Incipient Sitzkrieg in September 1939

Eric Rust, Baylor University


Comments: John Stapleton, U.S. Military Academy
PANEL 8-H

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WAR AND REMEMBRANCE IN THE U.S. SOUTHWEST
Chair: Gregory J. W. Urwin, Temple University
To Pay a Debt of Honor”: New Mexicans and the Tragedy of Bataan, 1942-1945

Elena Friot, University of New Mexico


A Casualty of Vietnam: David Westphall and the Angel Fire Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Steven Trout, University of South Alabama


A “Scourge” and a “Hardy Frontier”: Kickapo Indians and the U.S. Army in Texas, 1870-1873

Catharine R. Franklin, Huntington Library


Comments: Joseph G. Dawson III, Texas A&M University
PANEL 8-I

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THE “OTHER” AIRPOWER: PERSPECTIVES ON AERIAL WARFARE OUTSIDE THE TRADITIONAL U.S. AIR FORCE NARRATIVE

AN AIR UNIVERSITY STUDENT RESEARCH PANEL
Chair: Michael F. Pavković, Naval War College
Enlisted Pilot Programs

Heather Wooten, Air Command and Staff College


The Origins of U.S. Army Attack Aviation

Scott Wohlford, Air Command and Staff College


Counter-Air: What Air Force Officers Should Know About Air Defense

Martin Hemmingsen, Air Command and Staff College


Comments: Peter Mansoor, Ohio State University

COCKTAIL HOUR: 1800-1900
BANQUET: 1900-2100
SUNDAY, 12 APRIL
SESSION 9: 0815-0945
PANEL 9-A

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 1

FORGOTTEN WAR: TURKISH ARMED FORCES’ FIRST EXPERIENCE UNDER A MULTI-NATIONAL COMMAND
Chair: Bülend Özen, Turkish Army War College
The Contribution of Turkey to United Nations Command in the Korean War

Sezgin Özcan, Turkish Army War College


Looking at the Past from the Present: Analyzing the First Turkish Brigade’s Battles in the Korean War from the Perspective of Contemporary Interoperability Concepts

Şahin Çiplak, Turkish Army War College


Leadership in the Korean War and Its Effect Upon the Course of the Campaign

Musa Utku Yalnizoglu, Turkish Army War College


Military Code of Conduct: Turkish Prisoners of War during the Korean War

Ercan Kocabiyik, Turkish Army War College


Comments: Serdar Topalca, Turkish Army War College
PANEL 9-B

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 2

EUROPEAN WARFARE IN THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS
Chair: Daniel Krebs, University of Louisville
Citizens vs. Conscripts: Guibert’s Competing Arguments in the Essai and Défense

Julia Osman, Mississippi State University


War, Commemoration and Culture: The Changes Wrought by the Napoleonic War in Catalonia

John Morgan, Miles College


Where Did “Prisoners of War” Come From? The Case of the Ottoman Empire, 1730s-1820s

William Smiley, Princeton University


Comments: Michael V. Leggiere, University of North Texas
PANEL 9-C

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TURNING POINTS IN AIR MOBILITY

Chair: James Lacey, U.S. Marine Corps War College
Operation Sagebrush: Atomic Warfare Was Good for Military Airlift

Robert Owen, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


Manna From Heaven: Development of Aerial Supply in China-Burma-India in WW II

Gerald A. White, Jr., 99th Air Base Wing Historian


Comments: James Lacey, U.S. Marine Corps War College
PANEL 9-D

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 4

MEMORY AND MEANING IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Chair: Michael Rouland, Center of Military History
Victory: British Soldiers and the Meaning of the Armistice

Alex Nordlund, University of Georgia


Seeing the World Anew: World War I Memory’s Impact on Nazi Historical Interpretation

Derrick Angermeier, University of Georgia


Leipzig Did Not Fail: How the Memory of Atrocities in World War I Provided a Foundation for Human Rights

Alison Vick, University of Tennessee


Comments: John Morrow, University of Georgia
PANEL 9-E

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 5

THE REBELS ARE OUR COUNTRYMEN AGAIN”: THE OCCUPATION OF THE SOUTH AND THE LONG CIVIL WAR


Chair: John Reese, Air Command and Staff College
Shadow Warriors: Counterinsurgency, the Civil-Military Relationship, and Unionists during the Occupation of West Tennessee

Derek Frisby, Middle Tennessee State University


The Short Time That Has Elapsed . . . Shall Not Suffice to Make Them Forget the Teachings of a Century”: Army Officers and the Rights of Southern Americans

Christopher DeRosa, Monmouth University


The Southern Civil War 1865-1877: When did the Civil War End?

John Daly, The College at Brockport, State University of New York


Comments: Margaret Storey, DePaul University
PANEL 9-F

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 6

THE U.S. MILITARY AND CYBERSPACE: COMMAND, CONTROL, AND STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS IN THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
Chair: Greg Miller, Joint Advanced Warfighting School
New Domains Past and Present: What Will U.S. Cyber Strategy Be?

John Witte, Joint Advanced Warfighting School


The Future of Cyberspace: The Recent History of U.S. Cyber Operations

Sean Kern, Joint Advanced Warfighting School


The Myth of the Strategic Corporal

Thomas Feltey, Joint Advanced Warfighting School


Comments: Keith Dickson, Joint Forces Staff College
PANEL 9-G

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 7

TRAINING AND EDUCATION IN THE U.S. MILITARY

Chair: Michael Beauchamp, Rogers State University
Revolution in the Wasteland? Stansfield Turner and Curricular Change at the U.S. Naval War College

Brad Carter, Naval War College


J. Lawton Collins and the Value of Leavenworth

Jared Dockery, Harding University


I Thought I Was Back in Route Pack 6”: Red Flag, Realistic Training, and the U.S. Air Force’s Way of War after Vietnam

Brian Laslie, U.S. Northern Command


Comments: Gordon Rudd, U.S. Marine School of Advanced Warfighting
PANEL 9-H

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GERMAN ARMIES IN DICTATORSHIP, WAR, AND PEACE
Chair: Kathleen Nawyn, Center of Military History
Interpreting Götterdämmerung: Historical Experience and the Evolution of Early-Cold War West German Civil Defense Policy, 1950-1957

Nicholas J. Steneck, Wesleyan College


General Kurt von Schleicher’s Annus Horribilis: The Long 1932

Robert Kirchubel, Purdue University


The Influence of a Cold War on a Socialist Society

Daniel W. Jordan III, University of Cincinnati


Comments: Mary Kathryn Barbier, Mississippi State University
PANEL 9-I

ROOM: ALABAMA A

THE PROBLEMS OF PROCURING AND FIELDING FORCES

AN AIR UNIVERSITY STUDENT RESEARCH PANEL
Chair: Robert H. Lass, Squadron Officer College
Postwar Aircraft Acquisition Programs: A Comparative Analysis of Success and Failure

Dale Hybl, Air War College


David Packard’s Influence Upon the U.S. Military

Benjamin M. Smith, Air Command and Staff College


The Historic Evolution of the Multi-Role Bomber

Todd St. Aubyn, Air Command and Staff College


Comments: Kevin D. Greene, University of Southern Mississippi

BREAK: 0945-1000
SESSION 10: 1000-1130
PANEL 10-A

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MEMORY, MEANING, AND THE GREAT WAR IN GERMANY AND AUSTRIA
Chair: Kara Smith, Middle Georgia State College
We Too Should Lay Down Our Lives for Our Brothers”: The Material Culture of Memory in WWI Germans

Brian Feltman, Georgia Southern University


Brothers in Arms: Republican Paramilitary Groups in Germany and Austria, 1918-1934

Erin Hochman, Southern Methodist University


Memory and Masculinity: Contested Images of Manliness in German Soldiers’ Writing on the Great War

Jason Crouthamel, Grand Valley State University


Comments: Robert Weldon Whalen, Queens University of Charlotte
PANEL 10-B

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MILITARY LEADERSHIP AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
Chair: Brooks D. Simpson, Arizona State University
Unlikely Civil Warriors: George Henry Thomas and Nathan Bedford Forrest

Brian Steel Wills, Kennesaw State University


Such Then Is The Decision”: George Gordon Meade and Gettysburg’s Councils of War

Jennifer Murray, University of Virginia’s College at Wise


A Gray Ghost, a Bad Old Man, and Little Phil: Hybrid Warfare and the Challenge of Leadership in Shenandoah Valley in 1864

Ethan S. Rafuse, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College


Comments: Kenneth W. Noe, Auburn University
PANEL 10-C

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SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES IN THE U.S. MILITARY FROM WORLD WAR II THROUGH THE 1990S
Chair: Kimberly A. Hudson, Air War College
Rebuilding a “Quality” Force: The Office of the Secretary of Defense and Equal Opportunity in the U.S. Military, 1973-1979

Sarah Barksdale, Vietnam War Commemoration Commission


Les Aspin, Bill Clinton, and the Inside Story of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Joel Christenson, Office of the Secretary of Defense Historical Office


Las “Bee-jays”: Recruiting WWII Latina WACs during the Era of Good Neighborism

Valerie Martinez, University of Texas


Comments: Charissa Threat, Spelman College
PANEL 10-D

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WORLD WAR I BEYOND THE WESTERN FRONT
Chair: Greg Hospodor, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
Rise and Fall of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, 1900-1918

Stanley D. M. Carpenter, Naval War College


War and the Unravelling of the State in the Ottoman Empire, 1912-1919

James M. Tallon, Lewis University


Comments: Sebastian Lukasik, Air Command and Staff College
PANEL 10-E

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 5

HOMEFRONTS IN EARLY AMERICAN WARFARE

Chair: Lon Strauss, Appalachian State University
From Rebellion to Revolution: The Anatomy of Popular Participation in Massachusetts during the War for American Independence

Harold Selesky, University of Alabama


Preserving Mitchelville as a Wartime Experiment in Civil Society”

Kevin Dougherty, The Citadel


Iron Fever: The 1862 Charleston Ladies Gunboat Fund

Charles Wexler, Auburn University


Comments: Glenn Robins, Georgia Southwestern University
PANEL 10-F

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 6

PRESIDENTS AND GENERALS: PROBLEMS IN AMERICAN POLITICAL-MILITARY RELATIONS

Chair: John Terino, Air Command and Staff College
Political-Military Relations in the Age of Counterinsurgency

Thomas A. Keaney, Johns Hopkins University


Presidents and Their Generals

Matthew Moten, Independent Scholar


Comments: Richard H. Kohn, University of North Carolina
PANEL 10-G

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 7

PERSPECTIVES ON WARFARE: CULTURAL AND GENDER STUDIES
Chair: Michael Allsep, Air Command and Staff College
Yusef Komunyakaa’s ‘Donut Dollies’ and ‘Saigon Bar Girls’: Rethinking Gender, War and the Commodification of Sex Forty Years after Vietnam

Isadora Wagner, University of Mississippi


Old War, New Deal: The Transformation of Civil War Battlefields as Commemorative Spaces in 1930s America

Rebecca Oakes, West Virginia University


When The Green Berets Met The Gay Deceivers: Converging Masculinities in Vietnam Draft and War Film

Anna Zuschlag, Western University


Comments: Ryan Wadle, Air Command and Staff College
PANEL 10-H

ROOM: RIVERVIEW 8

IMAGERY AND MESSAGING IN MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS

AN AIR UNIVERSITY STUDENT RESEARCH PANEL
Chair: Margaret Sankey, Minnesota State University-Moorhead
How Photography Wins Wars

Jesse D. R. LaRoche, Air Command and Staff College


Information as a Weapon System

Kortnie N. Frye, Air Command and Staff College


The U.S. Military and Social Media

Ryan G. Walinski, Air Command and Staff College


Comments: Greg Miller, Joint Advanced Warfighting School
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