MS 27 Session 1 Sdt Version new

MS 27 Session 1 Sdt Version new - Military History Course...

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Military History Course Overview Military History Lesson 1
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LTC Martin Stokes 18 Years Active Military Service Deployed in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Kosovo as a Quartermaster Officer Have Masters of Art in History from Colorado State University Been the Military Science Chair for five months
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War [Military History] is the story of soldiers and the subculture of which they are a part. It includes the entire range of economic, social, legal, political, technological, and cultural issues that arise from the state’s need to organize violence to preserve its existence and accomplish its national goals.” ~ American Military History, V1; CMH U.S. Army War and the development of warfare are essential studies not only for military professionals, but for civilians as well.
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Course Description Analyze Military History Examine Strategies and Tactics of Western Military Warfare since 1600 – Explore how Social, Economic, and Technological Factors Produced Distinct Patterns of War that Characterized the Struggles of the Past 200+ years Focus on Major Theaters of War – Can’t possibly cover every aspect of war or battle Sequence Early 17th European Warfare – Analyze Limited Warfare of the 17th and 18th Cent. Emergence of the Citizen Soldier and Professional Regular Army during War of 1812 and Mexican War Shift toward Total Warfare in the US Civil War – Arrival as a world power and military reform Harnessing the human and material resources for Total Warfare of the First World War Continuation of Total Warfare in an even more virulent form during World War II Resort back to limited Warfare since 1945 (Nuclear Age) – US Army role in humanitarian and nation-building operations (Asymmetrical Warfare) Course includes guest lecturers and hands on demonstrations
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Course Objectives Describe the military’s role in society Examine the evolution of war and the progression of military professionalism Analyze the major wars fought by the US Army, using the principles of war Discuss the role of the US military in joint operations Discuss the role of the US Army in humanitarian operations and nation-building at home and abroad
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Course Requirements Reading/Class Discussion Mid-term Exam – 35% (First Half) Final Exam – 35% (Second Half) Paper – 30% (Technology that changed the face of warfare/policy)
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Paper and Exam Policy Academic Honesty Missed/Rescheduled Exams Late Paper Policy (will not except emailed term papers) Contested Grades
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Office Hours Lieutenant Colonel Martin Stokes Office Phone: 893-3042 Email: mstokes @milsci.ucsb.edu Office Hours: 0930-1030 (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday)
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Black Board Resources http://rotc.blackboard.com/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp Access from our UCSB ROTC Website
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History of War: Value of History Military History Lesson 2
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Objectives Examine the principles of war and the concept of battle analysis. Explain the significance of military leaders learning from history
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