March 1942

Fighting and Writing: the Two "G"'s?

Volume 26, Issue 1

THE orthodox four-section staff organization of our armed forces is as much taken for granted among officers as the law of gravity, say, or Euclid. Yet today we have physics beyond Newton as well as nonEuclidian mathematics: may we not with propriety reexamine our staff divisions and functions?

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