Volume 2, Issue 4

Way of War or the Latest “Fad”? A critique of AirSea Battle

Greg Fontenot & Kevin Benson

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About The Author

Colonel (Retired) Gregory Fontenot retired from active duty in 1999. He served in armor assignments in Europe and the United States, commanding a tank company in Germany, a tank battalion in Fort Riley and Southwest Asia and an armor brigade in Germany and Bosnia. Fontenot also served as Director of the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS). He has a masters’ degree in history from the University of North Carolina. He writes for a range of professional journals; ARMY magazine to Parameters and was the lead author of On Point.

Colonel (Retired) Kevin Benson, Ph.D. retired from active duty in 2007. He served in armor and cavalry assignments in Europe and the United States, commanding a tank company at Fort Polk and a tank battalion at Fort Hood. He also served as the C/J 5 for the Combined Forces Land Component Command during the initial invasion of Iraq and as Director, School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS). He has a Ph.D. in history from the University of Kansas and writes for a wide range of professional journals.

To Cite This Article

Fontenot Greg and Benson Kevin, “Way of War or the Latest ‘Fad’? A critique of AirSea Battle”, Infinity Journal, Volume 2, Issue No. 4, Fall 2012, pages 22-25.