By Joe Byerly
Every December I share a list of books that I’ve read throughout the year with the hope that readers will check them out and consider adding a title or two to their libraries. This list is a testament to my amazing network of friends, colleagues, and leaders who continually pass along book recommendations. They are without a doubt a critical component to my development as a professional. All the book covers below are hyperlinked, so you can click on the picture to learn more about them.
War and Strategy
Officer Education and Development
3 thoughts on “2016 in Books”
The Army MWR Library has most of these books to download to your kindle through Amazon for free or in an audio format with their account. Its pretty amazing.
Yes. That’s how I read many of these books. If I really like it, I purchased a copy for myself.
Red Pl hope to see translated. Ender’s Game is almost a classic of science fiction, a little surprised that you have read so late. Peter Hart, too, would like to see in a Russian translation. I love to study the tactical level of fighting. He is the most interesting of all.