Dr. Jacqueline Whitt is Associate Professor of Strategy at the US Army War College. She writes about strategic theory and the social, cultural and intellectual history of the US military. Her first book, Bringing God to Men, is about US military chaplains in the Vietnam War. She is working on a book about the relationship between strategy and narrative (or storytelling) in the U.S. after 1945. She is also the Garrison Commander at Joint Base Whitt, which is the home of the Joint Chiefs of Cats, General Sherman and Admiral Farragut.