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(12.) John Stillion, Trends in Air-to-Air Combat: Implications for Future Air Superiority, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, 14 April 2015, 23, -in-air-to-air-combat-implications-for-future-air-superiority.
(52) See Jim Thomas, John Stillion, and Iskander Rehman, Hard ROC 2.0: Taiwan and Deterrence through Protraction (Washington, DC: CSBA, 2014); and Hal Brands, Dealing with Allies in Decline: Alliance Management and U.S.
(8) Jim Thomas, John Stillion, and Iskander Rehman, Hard ROC2.0: Taiwan and Deterrence Through Protraction (Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, December 2014).
World-renowned suicidologists and thanatologists (Farberow 1975; Schneidman 1985; Van Hoof 1990; Stillion 1996) gathered the most significant data about autolysis in the history of civilization.
The author would like to thank Belinda Stillion Southard, Edward Panetta, Celeste Condit, Jody Clay-Warner, and the editors of this journal for their invaluable help in conceiving and revising this essay.
John Stillion examined the effects of training and experience (readiness inputs) on the ability of fighter pilots to perform certain mission essential tasks (readiness outputs).
Louis, MO; Treasurer Laura Murdock Stillion, MHA, Director, Comprehensive Transplant Center, Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus, OH; Immediate Past President John Roberts, MD, Professor of Surgery, Chief, Division of Transplantation, University of California, San Francisco; Councillor Representative (Region 4) Marlon Levy, MD, Surgical Director, Transplantation, Annette C.
This diminished sense of self-worth has been linked to risky and aggressive sexual behavior (Silberschmidt, 2001, 2004); and lack of self-control and excessive indulgence in alcohol use (Stillion, 1995).
Even so, the total number of submunitions is likely to be smaller than the 825 stipulated in Stillion and Orletsky's model.
Andrew Stillion, 49, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, died after collapsing on a boat heading for the Farne Islands on Sunday morning.
In fact, suicidal crises are typically the result of a temporary, reversible, and ambivalent state (Stillion & McDowell, 1996), and interventions with suicidal clients are based on the premise that, successfully navigated, the suicidal crisis need not be fatal.