Nancy Gentile Ford, Ph.D., recently had a chapter, “’Putting Fighting Blood in Your Business’: The U.S. War Department and the Reemployment of World War I Soldiers,” published in Stephen R. Ortiz, ed., Veteran’s Policies: New Perspective on Veterans in the Modern United States.
Ford’s essay on the U.S. Air Force Academy was recently published in the Encyclopedia of Military Science. Her peer-reviewed (18-page) essay on “Civilian and Military Power in the U.S.A.” has been accepted for publication in the 1914-1918 International Encyclopedia of the First World War - for the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I.
November — WKOK in Sunbury interviewed Ford on the anniversary of President John Kennedy’s assassination about the impact of Kennedy’s death on American society and politics.
April — Gentile Ford, Ph.D., recently had her third book, The Great War and America: Civil-Military Relations During World War I, was just published by Praeger Security International/Greenwood Press.