THE NEW MENTAL BATTLEFIELD
This is the first article in a U.S. military journal to address the use of psychic capabilities.
This section includes selected papers addressing non-lethal weapons.
Commander Sid Heal LASD, another non-lethal weapons expert
Harvard International Review
In 2001 an article discussing optional lethality was published in the Harvard International Review. It is available at this site.
This invited paper was presented in Berlin and answers the many misinterpretations pertaining to non-lethal weapons.
This paper appears in the proceedings of the 5th European Symposium on Non-Lethal Weapons and discusses the relevance on NLWs in current situations.
TOO HOT TO HANDLE
Some of my papers have been deemed too controversial to be published in official channels. One of those, written in 2008, took a very critical look at the Global War on Terror and came to some conclusions that were not politically correct. It also made suggestions about what needed to be done. Thorny issues such as the prisoner problem and how we can improve interrogation techniques were covered. Read it here:
An article in the National Tactical Officer's Assn magazine, May 2011
Chapter Four written by Dr. Alexander
Biological Warfare: A Warfighters Perspective
The following mongraph on Africa was published by JSOU 2009
Presentation available for debate at the X-Conference 2009
Mind Control, MILABS & Goats
Unfortunately, legitimate work in the development of non-lethal weapons has crossed over to similar conspiracy theories that permeate the UFO field. Here is a presentation given in Germany 2009.
The Men Who Stare at Goats
The book was highly fictionalized based on a small amount of truth. There is no credible evidence that any goats was ever killed by simply staring at it. While the book was bad enough, the movie extrapolated even further. Here are two papers that will put Goats in perspective. There really was a good reason for the studies.