Donald MacCuish

Dr. Donald Maccuish grew up in Gloucester, MA. He attended VMI earning a BA in history. His doctorate is from the University of Central Florida. He is a graduate of the Army Command and General Staff College, Air Command and Staff College, and Air War College.

Dr. MacCuish is a combat veteran of the Vietnam War serving as an Infantry platoon leader in the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Following Vietnam he served and an intelligence officer in Heidelberg and Berlin. He then transferred to the army reserves where he commanded intelligence and special forces units.

In civilian life Dr. MacCuish was the International Manager for Psychological and Educational products for Harcourt Brace. For the last 15 years he has taught strategy, leadership, air power, small wars, and military ethics at the Air Command and Staff College. He is well published in the areas of leader accountability, morality in war, Responsibility to Protect, and distance learning.

Dr. MacCuish is a frequent presenter at international conferences. His research areas of interest include: airborne operations during WWII, development of Just War Theory, leadership accountability, small wars, military operations and strategy, and air power.

Book Reviews by Donald MacCuish

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“Interesting, intriguing, and informative, Fools and Mortals is highly recommended.”

Interesting, Intriguing, Informative

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“Ragnvald danced on the oars, leaping from one to the next as the crew rowed. Some kept their oars steady to make it easier for him; some tried to jostle Ragnvald off when he landed on them.

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Andreas Kluth tells us that Plutarch, who lived from 46 CE to 120 CE, is widely acclaimed as the father of biography.

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“A man who fights with confidence wins!” saith Uhtred to his grandchildren. So it is in this his latest adventure. If you have been reading this series, the latest tale will not disappoint.

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Don’t talk to police! What? Why not? Law professor James J. Duane tells you why; and if you do not heed his advice, you do so at your peril. Does that shock you?

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“Interesting, provocative, and well written.”

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Wonderment, carelessness, and suspense.

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Kepler and the Universe by David Love is an interesting, informative, and exciting book—especially if the reader has an interest in science or wants to know more about the famed scientific

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The Pagan Lord is the seventh book in internationally acclaimed author Bernard Cornwell’s latest Saxon Tales series, aka Warrior Chronicles.

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The editors of this work state in the preface that Just War: Authority, Tradition, and Practice is the result of an interdisciplinary workshop sponsored by the US Institute of Peace, Washi

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Jefferson and Hamilton: The Rivalry that Forged a Nation is another masterpiece penned by the eminent Revolutionary War historian John Ferling.

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Do you know what floats in a moat? Do not be like Justin, our youngest reviewer, and say “boat” because if you do, you are INCORRECT!