Category: Defense

Although Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs places physiological needs ahead of safety when it comes to countries citizens will take care of feeding themselves and providing for their other needs as long as the government keeps them safe. National defense is arguably the primary role of government, since a country without a means of protecting its citizens from its enemies cannot long exist.

  1. The Art of War by Sun Tzu

    General Overview (from The Art of War is the Swiss army knife of military theory–pop out a different tool for any situation. Folded into this small package are compact views on resourcefulness, momentum, cunning, the profit motive, flexibility, integrity, … Continue reading

  2. One Second After by William R. Forstchen

    General Description (from Publisher’s Weekly) In this entertaining apocalyptic thriller from Forstchen (We Look Like Men of War), a high-altitude nuclear bomb of uncertain origin explodes, unleashing a deadly electromagnetic pulse that instantly disables almost every electrical device in the … Continue reading