Being a huge Twilight Zone fan since childhood, I read a Serling bio years ago, and found the man to be a highly interesting and multi-layered personality. I'm going to pick up this one by his daughter.
It's really good. You just think you know about a person, then you read and realize, no, you don't. I recommend it - not just because it's Rod Serling. It's a really good story of the man, the times, and his relationships. I am liking it a lot!
... the "Killer Angels" by Michael Shaara many years ago. It was on my commander's reading list
for all the officers in the battalion. What I got out of it was the futility of war when tactics don't keep up with technology.
No Loop doctrine. Although I know from whence you speak. The only other title I can remember was "The Forgotten War" I believe by Clay Blair. Since the Cavalry battalion I was assigned to was positioned in Paju county north of Seoul, ROK it seemed pertinent.