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Army National Ground Intelligence Center's Washington office. He has served in the army as an armor officer in the 1st Bn/64th Armor Regiment in Germany and subsequently in intelligence and Adjutant Generals Corps assignments. He retired from the Army Reserve as a lieutenant colonel after serving as a civil affairs officer. His assignments have taken him to Somalia, Russia, Ukraine, and Japan. He is the author or editor of twenty books on international military themes, military history, and alternate history, including Disaster at D-Day, Gettysburg: An Alternate History, The Great Patriotic War, The Anvil of War, Fighting in Hell, and The Greenhill Dictionary of Military Quotations.

LIEUTENANT COLONEL FORREST R. S. Marine Corps, including time in combat in Vietnam. His assignments included nuclear weapons testing with the Defense Nuclear Agency, service as a United Nations truce supervisor in Egypt, and as an arms control treaty inspection team leader in the former Soviet Union. His artillery duties included battalion operations officer, regimental logistics officer, and commanding officer of the 5th Battalion, 11th Marines. Upon retirement from active duty in 1996, he continued working with the Marine Corps as senior engineer for the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, responsible for weapons experimentation and precision targeting.

In 1938 they had engaged the 19th Division against the Soviet 39th Rifle Corps, commanded by Shtern, at Lake Khasan, near the Soviet border with Korea. The seesaw fighting was eventually decided by the weight of Soviet numbers and material, and the Japanese were driven back. ” On top of the experience of Lake Khasan, the Japanese army was finally able to digest four bitter lessons of combat with the Red Army: 1. The Soviets were clearly superior in armor and artillery and the ability to deliver accurate firepower on a scale that dwarfed Japanese capabilities.

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