On Point: The Journal of Army History, recently published a very generous review of Soldiers and Civilization. (See Vol. 24, Issue 4). The reviewer, Navy Commander Stuart M. Mattfield, says that SAC “will appeal to a wide range of audiences” and that it “provides ample material from which to consider the broader question of how the profession of arms may influence the surrounding culture in a positive and meaningful way, and why maintaining the highest standards of such a profession must occupy the thoughts of military leaders in perpetuity.”
This hits pretty close to my purpose in writing the book. My thanks to On Point and Commander Mattfield.