Williamson Murray is Professor Emeritus of European Military History at Ohio State University and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Defense Analysis. He is the author of a number of books including The Changes in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939, The Path to Ruin; Luftwaffe; German Military Effectiveness; The Air War in the Persian Gulf; Air War, 1914-1945; The Iraq War: A Military History, with Major General Robert Scales, Jr.; and A War to Be Won: Fighting the Second World War, with Allan R. Millet. He also co-edited numerous collections, including Military Innovations in the Interwar Period (1996) with Allan R. Millet, and The Dynamics of Military Revolution, 1300-2050 (2001), with MacGregor Knox. Richard Hart Sinnreich works as an independent consultant in areas ranging from Army wargaming to defense transformation. His recent writings include The Changing Face of Battlefield Reporting, ARMY, November, 1994; To Stand & Fight, ARMY, July, 1997; In Search of Victory, ARMY, February 1999; Whither the Legions, Strategic Review, Summer, 1999; Conceptual Foundations of a Transformed U.S, Army with Huba Wass de Czege, The Institute For Land Warfare, March 2002; Red Team Insights From Army Wargaming, DART, September 2002; Joint Warfighting in the 21st Century (with Williamson Murray), IDA (2002); and A Strategy By Accident: U.S. Pacific Policy in the Cold War. He writes a regular column for the Lawton Constitution and occasional columns for ARMY and The Washington Post.