Pentagon ONA Founder Marshall Dies

Andrew Marshall, the founder of the Pentagon’s Office of Net Assessment (ONA) and a master strategist, died on March 26. He was 97. As the director of ONA for 42 years until semi-retiring in 2015, Marshall helped craft U.S. strategy in the Cold War, defined a new way of warfare with precision-guided...

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