Henderson, William Darryl
HENDERSON, William Darryl
HENDERSON, William Darryl. American (born Canada), b. 1938. Genres: Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: U.S. Army, career officer, serving in Korea and Vietnam as infantry commander, 1961-88, retiring as colonel. U.S. Military Academy, assistant professor, 1970-74; other military assignments include deputy commander of Joint Security Area for Panmunjom, Korea, staff assistant in Office of the Deputy Secretary of Defense, executive assistant to the assistant secretary of defense legislative affairs, battalion commander, senior adviser to a major Army Reserve command, senior arms control planner on International Military Staff, Headquarters, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and commander of U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences; Member, Presidential Commission on Women in Combat. Publications: (associate ed.) Handbook of World Conflicts, 1970; Why the Viet Cong Fought: A Study of Motivation and Control in a Modern Army in Combat, 1979; Cohesion: The Human Element in Combat, 1985; The Hollow Army: How the U.S. Army Is Oversold and Undermanned, 1990.