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Escaping No Man's Land: Combined Arms Adaptation in the Meuse-Argonne

Maj. John M. Nimmons

This is a reprint of Chapter 5 from Bringing Order to Chaos: Historical Case Studies of Combined Arms Maneuver in Large-Scale Combat Operations, part of The Large-Scale Combat Operations Series.

 

 https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Books/Browse-Books/iBooks-and-EPUBs/Escaping-No-Man-Land/linkId/158620132/

 

Unwilling or unable to work outside of the existing paradigm, many senior American officers treated doctrine like dogma and failed to understand the true test of doctrine was the reality of battle and that doctrine had to be refined—even radically altered if necessary—to be useful.

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