Singled Authored Chapters and Articles

“Occupying the Environment: German Hunters and the American Occupation” in Camilo Erlichman and Christopher Knowles, eds., Transforming Occupation in the Western Zones of Germany: Politics, Everyday Life, and Social Interactions, 1945-1955 (London: Bloomsbury, 2018).

“STEG and the Occupation of Germany: Demilitarization as Reconstruction, 1945-1952,” War in History Vol. 25 no. 1 (January 2018): 103-125.

Policy Studies for U.S. Army

“Just Add Soldiers: Army Prepositioned Stocks and Agile Power Projection,” January 2021.

 “The Evolution and Utility of the Geographic Combatant Commands: The Example of the Pacific Theater,” November 2020.

“The Force Management Challenge: Balancing Modernization and Readiness,” with Conrad Crane, Michael Lynch, Shane Reilly, and Jessica Sheets, October 2020.

 “‘A Little-known Bill of Great National Significance’: The Uses and Evolution of the Defense Production Act, 1950-2020,” July 2020.

“Tell me how this Ends: The US Army in the Pandemic Era” with Michael Lynch, Shane Reilly, and Jessica Sheets, June 2020.

“The Ever-changing Nature of Student Research at the U.S. Army War College,” March 2020.

Book Reviews

The Art of Occupation: Crime and Governance in American-Controlled Germany, 1944-1949, by Thomas Kehoe, H-Net Reviews, February 2021.

The Kremlin Letters: Stalin’s Wartime Correspondence with Churchill and Roosevelt, edited by David Reynolds and Vladimir Pechatnov, forthcoming in The Journal of Military History.

World War II and the Cold War: The Rhetoric of Hearts and Minds, edited by Martin J. Medhurst, H-War, H-Net Reviews.


“Korean War Economic Mobilization Is More Relevant to the Current Pandemic than WWII,” War on the Rocks, April 2020.