Book Review by John D. Huntsman of Warrior Geeks: How 21st-Century Technology Is Changing the Way We Fight and Think About War by Christopher Cokeman and The Code of the Warrior: Exploring Warrior Values Past and Present (2nd edn) by French Shannon
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Major Huntsman reviewed, for Media, War and Conflict, two newish books which explore the idea of the "warrior": Christopher Coker's Warrior Geeks: How 21st-Century Technology Is Changing the Way We Fight and Think About War; and Shannon French's The Code of the Warrior: Exploring Warrior Values Past and Present (2nd ed). Major Huntsman notes that, "the ideal warrior is a student of history, science, art, and philosophy," and that "Service members who read and reflect on war better execute their duties in combat."
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