COIN IN A BOX: PACKAGING A WICKED PROBLEM COIN In a Box: Packaging a Wicked Problem Richard J. Campbell and Con
rad C. Crane
Author Note Richard J. Campbell CIV, NATO Training Mission
Afghanistan (NTM-A), Counterinsurgency Training Center
Afghanistan (CTC-A), Kabul. Mr. Campbell was the training developer at CTC-A for 22 months. CTC-A will officially close 12 Oct. 2012.
Conrad C. Crane CIV, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, is the current director of the U.S. Army Military History Institute. He was the lead author for The Army Field Manual 3-24 / Marine Corps Warfighting Publication No. 3-33.5
(2006). Acknowledgments: the author would like to thank Paul J. Roberts (COL, SF), Michael G. Murray II (USMC, MAJ), Prayoot Charoenthep (DIA, GS-15), Conrad Crane (CIV, AWC), and Ben Connable (RAND Corp.) for their guidance, insights, and exchange of ideas. Technical assistance was provided by Nicholas J. L. Butler (CAN, CAPT) and Joseph M. Henson (US, CIV). Comments or questions concerning
this paper can be addressed to Nicholas J. L. Butler until 12 Oct. 2012. E-mail:
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