U.S. Dept. of Defense, Office of the Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joint History Office. 2016.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) is the nation’s highest-ranking military officer, whose primary responsibility is to provide military advice to civilian leadership. This revised fifth edition examines the development of the position as an institution over the last 67 years.
Justine Christianson & others. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Svc., Historic American Engineering Board. 2015.
This study, conducted jointly by the Federal Highway Administration and the National Park Service, is the result of the National Covered Bridges Recording Project. Essays explore the history of these iconic bridges, their design, prominent bridge builders and practices, and the structures’ preservation.
Joseph C. Long. U.S. Dept. of Defense, Marine Corps Univ. (Marines in the Vietnam War Commemorative). 2016.
This history is one in a series devoted to U.S. Marines during the Vietnam War. Colonel Long, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve (retired), examines U.S. Marine and North Vietnamese Army actions throughout the northern half of a region that became known as “Leatherneck Square.”
This revised edition celebrates the 155th anniversary of the Government Publishing Office (GPO) and recognizes its ongoing and successful use of digital technologies in meeting the rapidly changing information needs of U.S. citizens.
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, Office of Partner Engagement. 2016.
This guide is designed to educate school personnel about at-risk behaviors and activities and assist students with reducing a social and psychological commitment to violence as a method of resolving a grievance.
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Svc., Museum Mgt. Program. 2016.
To commemorate the centennial of the National Park Service (NPS; 1916–2016), the agency gathered paintings, sketches, and other works of art from more than 45 NPS collections to illustrate and tell the history of our parkland.
Henry D. Sokolski. U.S. Army War Coll. & Strategic Studies Inst. 2016.
This strategic study is a timely observation of what the author sees as “our not so peaceful nuclear future.” He addresses the growing stockpiles of separated plutonium and of highly enriched uranium, as well as the likely expansion of nuclear power programs in more countries.