Tuesday, January 11, 2005

The New Yorker: Battle Lessons
Excerpt: The upcoming print issue of The New Yorker has an interesting article titled Battle Lessons by Dan Baum. In it, Baum writes about the role of informal dialogues and communications in educating military officers...that there's only so much that they can learn in the various courses and training exercises, and that the formal education tends to strip out the valuable informal bits of knowledge...

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