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The USAWC Library subscription resources are restricted to current USAWC students, faculty, and staff. Current licensing agreements prevent us from providing access to those outside our institution.
Military OneSource provides free, online resources to service members and their families via the MWR Digital Library.
You may also contact your local post or public library. They may have what you need or request it for you via Inter-Library Loan. For more information on Army post libraries, visit the Army MWR library website.
There are also a few open access resources that you may also want to explore.
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) is a database of government-sponsored reports and student papers from various U.S. agencies and Armed Forces professional military education entities.
MERLN (the Military Education Research Library Network) is a comprehensive website devoted to international military education outreach. MERLN's extensive electronic resources include the following: Military Policy Awareness Links (MiPALs), which provide access to current U.S. Government policy statements on selected key topics, accompanied by additional resources that analyze the topic; Digital collections of full-text papers, lectures, and legislation; Links to worldwide military library catalogs; and links to military journals and publications.
Air University Library's Index to Military Periodicals (AULIMP) is a great resource for finding journal articles. AULIMP DOES NOT provide full-text articles, but serves as a subject index of military journal citations. However, many of the journals indexed have their own Internet sites where you can find archived articles. To find any articles not located freely on the Internet, contact your institution's library or academic department for assistance.
Finally, from the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) Library Guide you may access the library catalog, digital collections, research bibliographies, and other resources.