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As we mark this 75th issue of Joint Force Quarterly, I am reminded of the wisdom I gained some years ago when I was seeking to become a teacher.
James Locher, "Taking Stock of Goldwater-Nichols," Joint Force Quarterly, no.
The data I've uncovered show that "innovation is not necessarily or even primarily a function of budget" as a pair of Navy commanders so eloquently explained in a 1994 Joint Force Quarterly article.
Writing in the latest issue of the Joint Force Quarterly publication, Mullen said: "Our messages lack credibility because we haven't invested enough in building trust and relationships, and we haven't always delivered on promises.
A second, more dramatic, example of sensible analysis and courageous honesty is this week's article in Joint Force Quarterly by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen.
In fact, you can read my thoughts on the subject in the latest edition of Joint Force Quarterly (available online at http://www.
He was recently published in Joint Force Quarterly on transforming combat health support.
As Lawrence Wilkerson wrote in Joint Force Quarterly (Summer 1997), "People accustomed to studied routine must be capable of quick and decisive departure from that mindset to be repeatedly successful.