In this talk by Tom Ricks he offers another explanation for why America can no longer win wars:
He gives a very good explanation of the difference between the two:
Many of our generals are well-trained, but not well-educated.
In World War Two the Army school system was critical for Gen. Marshall's build up of the US Army from 1939-1945. The Naval War College played an even greater role in preparing for the Pacific War. Sadly, the schools fell out of favor in the 1950s, and the generals in charge in the 1960s were not prepared to deal with the complexities of Vietnam.
You training for the known; you educate for the unknown -- for uncertainity, for the chaos of war.
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