Do you want to study unconventional warfare? You probably do, if you’re like many of the people who visit and comment here. It’s not only a compelling subject for people who once practiced UW, or in the future may be called upon to do so; it’s also a fascinating study in and of itself. It is full of human emotions and heart; of brilliance, buffoonery, skulduggery and treachery in a great mulligatawny that’s never alike in any two nations or regions, and any two historical periods. And it’s just what the doctor ordered if you love history and have become bored and jaded with the overexposure of history’s great decisions and inflection-point battles.