Nathan Jennings

Nathan Jennings

Nathan Jennings is a US Army officer, former Assistant Professor at West Point, and frontier historian. He has written extensively on military history, frontier Texas, the Mexican-American War, and contemporary military tactics and strategy. Jennings's degrees include an MA in American History from the University of Texas at Austin and Masters in Military Art and Science from the US Army's School of Advanced Military Studies. He won the Perry Prize for Best Masters Thesis at the University of Texas at Austin, the Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Achievement Award at the US Military Academy, and first place in the US Army's General Starry Writing Competition. Jennings led armored forces in Iraq and served as a NATO strategic planner in Afghanistan.

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    • Riding for the Lone Star

    • Frontier Cavalry and the Texas Way of War, 1822-1865
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