inss111.gif (6717 bytes)

Somalia Operations:   Lessons Learned


COL Kenneth Allard, U.S. Army, is Senior Military Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, and also serves as an Adjunct Professor in the National Security Studies Program at Georgetown University. Previously he was Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff of the Army from 1987-1990 after having worked on the 1986 DOD Reorganization (Goldwater-Nichols) Act as an Army Congressional Fellow. In addition to operational intelligence assignments in the United States and overseas, he has served on the faculty of the Social Sciences Department, United States Military Academy, and as Dean of Students at the National War College. COL Allard has written extensively on information warfare, the military-technical revolution, and defense procurement reform. His most recent full-length-work, Command, Control and the Common Defense (Yale University Press, 1990), won the 1991 National Security Book Award and is included on the professional military reading list recommended by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

COL Allard holds a Ph.D. from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy and an MPA from Harvard University.

Lessons Learned

Composed in Brooklyn typeface
Titles set in Bodnoff
Cover design: Rhonda Gross

| Return to Contents |