Christopher Marsh, Joint Special Operations University
James Kiras, U.S. Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies
Patricia Blocksome, U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies
Dan Cox, U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies
Assistant Reviews Editor:
Robert Baumann, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
Paul Brister, Air Force Special Operations Command
Carolyne Davidson, National Defense University
David Ellis, Joint Special Operations University
Colin Gray, University of Reading
Nikolas Gvosdev, US Naval War College
Nina Kollars, Franklin and Marshall College
Jeffrey Kubiak, Arizona State University
Austin Long, Rand Corporation
David Maxwell, Georgetown University
Mark Moyar, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Linda Robinson, RAND Corporation
Richard Schultz, Fletcher School, Tufts
Will Irwin, Joint Special Operations University
Special Operations Journal is the official publication of the Special Operations Research Association and is hosted by the Joint Special Operations University at USSOCOM. The journal is published in association with Routledge/Taylor & Francis, one of the world's leading academic publishers. Journal subscriptions are available from Taylor and Francis; just visit their website at: http://www.tandfonline.com/pricing/journal/uops20
All subscribers have the choice of either hard copy or to access the journal electronically through the Taylor and Francis website - or both. Electronic access gives subscribers the chance to access previously-published material from earlier issues of the journal as well as articles that have been accepted for publication but have not yet appeared in an issue, helping you stay ahead of developments in the field.
SOJ is the first professional journal dedicated to promoting research across academia, the military, and the SOF community, both in the US and abroad, on the nature, conduct, and sources of success of special operations. We believe the conduct of special operations can benefit from rigorous historical and social science research, and that the scholarly fields of history and social science can benefit from the rigorous study of special operations. Our focus is on the field of special operations in its entirety, from tactics to strategy and from planning to lessons learned. This necessarily crosses the traditional boundaries of political science, sociology, history, and military science, and may even reach into other social and behavioral sciences, including psychology and anthropology. We are particularly interested in research that is policy-relevant, understanding that such relevance can be obtained from historical research as well as analyses of current operations.
All articles in SOJ are peer-reviewed to ensure the highest standards of academic research and scientific rigor. For more information, click on the link here, or contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Operations Journal is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting articles for consideration for publication in the journal. Have a paper on a topic related to special operations or special operations forces? Consider submitting it for publication in SOJ! For more information, click on the link here, or contact the editor at email@example.com
We are also soliciting book reviews for publication. Have you run across a new book related to SOF that you'd like to review for the journal? Contact us and let us know.
The opinions expressed in the Special Operations Journal are those of the authors themselves and do not represent the official position of the U.S. Government, the U.S. Army, Department of Defense, or the Special Operations Command, or any other organization with which the authors or editors may be affiliated.
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