ItemReport: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review, Volume 1 (Spring 2011)(West Point Press, 2011) Editing Team; N/AReport is a non-profit publication produced by undergraduate cadets at the United States Military Academy. It accepts and encourages submissions from undergraduates year-round. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. ItemA Man of Vision: Theodore Roosevelt, The African Proverb, and World War I(West Point Press, 2011) Calhoun, Brigid K.; N/ABrigid K. Calhoun is a senior studying American History at the United States Military Academy. She wrote this paper in partial fulfillment of course requirements for a seminar on American Foreign Relations. Her initial interest in President Theodore Roosevelt arose after reading Edmund Morris’s biographies on the 26th president. ItemUnintended Consequences: The Long-Term Effects of the United States Security Relationship with tthe United Kingdom(West Point Press, 2011) Scholle, Andrew; N/AAndrew Scholle is a senior and a Military History major at the United States Military Academy. He wrote this paper in partial fulfillment of course requirements for a course on War since 1945. He is interested in how states develop their national security strategy. ItemRonald Reagan and the AWACS Sale: A National Security Policy(West Point Press, 2011) Schemel, Julia ; N/AJulia Schemel is a junior and an American History major at the United States Military Academy. She wrote this paper in partial fulfillment of course requirements for a survey on the American political system. ItemDavid's Warriors: The Influence of Biblical Mythology on the Development of the Israeli Defense Forces, 1948-1973(West Point Press, 2011) Cohn, Bradley ; N/ASecond Lieutenant Bradley Cohn graduated from the United States Military Academy in 2010 with a bachelor's in Military History. The History Department recognized Brad with the Nye Award for Excellence in Research in Military Affairs for “David's Warriors.” He presently serves as an assistant operations officer for a cavalry squadron in the 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia. ItemFront Matter, Volume 1 (Spring 2011)(West Point Press, 2011) Editing Team; N/AThe Editorial Board would like to thank the faculty of the History Department for their submission recommendations, all the students who submitted papers, and Major Gregory Tomlin, Professor William Leeman, and Professor Greta Bucher for their extensive guidance and technical support. Without their help, Report would not have been possible.