Remarkable victories

Douglas Macgregor’s new book draws lessons from five key battles, including the Yom Kippur War

December 13, 2017 17:04
Douglas Macgregor

Douglas Macgregor. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)


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 RETIRED US Army Col. Douglas Macgregor commanded US armored forces in the Battle of 73 Easting, the decisive tank engagement of the 1991 Gulf War, and is now a leading military tactician.

Macgregor’s groundbreaking books, “Breaking the Phalanx” (Praeger 1997) and “Transformation under Fire” (Praeger 2003) have profoundly influenced thinking about transformation inside America’s ground forces, NATO, the Israel Defense Forces and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. His books are available in Chinese and Hebrew.


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