The concept of combined arms, expanded to include both kinetic and non-kinetic effects, remains the key to success on the modern battlefield.
~CSC Recurring Themes AY12
1. Prepare: Have a research logbook ready to record where you find resources
2. Review the Literature: Start with books and e-books in the library catalog.
Tip: This is a great way to begin a literature review. Also, see the section on Research of the MCU Style Guide.
3. Review the Databases: Go to the Databases link on Library Research Guide to find articles.
5. Check DTIC: Go to DTIC and conduct a Technical Reports search.
6. Check MiPALs: Go to MiPALs (Military Policy Awareness Links)
7. Check Government Sources: HSDL, GAO, and CRS Reports:
8. Go to the MCU Library Marine Corps Topics of Interest Site
Choose from a variety of subjects there.
9. Primary Sources: Use Archives/AVIR and Historical Division (HD)
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