Military & Aerospace
The Military Must Find Its Voice
- For a study of the military profession and civil-military relations see Sam C. Sarkesian, John Allen Williams, and Fred B. Bryant, Soldiers, Society, and National Security (Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1995).
- Quote attributed to Field Marshal KM Cariappa, the first Chief of the Indian Army
- C B Khanduri, Field Marshal K M Cariappa: His Life and Times (New Delhi, 1995), p.260
- Quote attributed to General KS Thimayya. See Humphrey Evans; Thimayya of India (Dehradun: Natraj Publishers, 2009), p. 284
- Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway (Ret.), Soldier: The Memoirs of Matthew B. Ridgway (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1956), p. 271.
- Ibid., p. 269.
- N. Fotion and G. Elfstrom, Military Ethics: Guidelines for Peace and War (Boston: Routledge Kegan Paul, 1986), p. 87.
- General K Sundarji, Chief of Army Staff, India (1986-1988), in his famous demi-official letter of 1 February 1986 to all officers, individually, after assuming command of the Army.
- Enunciated by Field Marshal Sir Philip Chetwode, on 10 December 1932.
- This approach attempts to synthesize some elements of Huntington’s view of an authoritarian military with those of Janowitz’s constabulary concept. See Huntington, The Soldier and the State, and Janowitz, The Professional Soldier.
- John Keegan, A History of Warfare (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993), p. xvi.
- See Brigadier Satish K. Issar; General S.M. Shrinagesh: Soldier, Scholar, Statesman (New Delhi: Vision Books, 2009) p.142
- Humphrey Evans; Thimayya of India (Dehradun: Natraj Publishers, 2009), pp. 305-306
- General KV Krishna Rao: Prepare or Perish: A Study of National Security (New Delhi: Lancer Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1991) p.25
- General KV Krishna Rao: Prepare or Perish: A Study of National Security (New Delhi: Lancer Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1991) pp. 438-439
- General VP Malik, Foreword in Gurmeet Kanwal; Indian Army: Vision 2020 (New Delhi:HarperCollins Publishers; 2008) p.x
- KV Krishna Rao: Invincibility, Challenges and Leadership (New Delhi: Orient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd., 2011) pp. 404-405
- General K Sundarji, in an interview.
- A.G. Noorani, ‘Vajpayee’s Pakistan Policy’, The Hindu, June 6, 2003.
- B.H. Liddell Hart, Strategy, (New York: Praeger, 1967) p.335
- Outlook, 30 May 2011
- Gap between Antony, service chiefs; Telegraph, Kolkata Friday, 29 July 2011
- Gurmeet Kanwal, The Times of India, 24 July 2011; See http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/sunday-toi/all-that-matters/Big-chinks-in-our-security-armour/articleshow/9341455.cms (Accessed 24 July 2011)
- From Burnt Norton (1935), a poem by T. S. Eliot, the first of the Four Quartets.
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