Become tenured professor, write a book, win an award, have book proven to be a fraud, have award taken away, resign from tenured position in disgrace, then write article for the Chronicle of Higher Education? On teaching military history at a university?
Is this a joke? Do any other military historians have a problem with this?
UPDATE: Some folks are questioning the veracity of the Chronicle article. The question needs repeating: Central Connecticut couldn't find a reputable military historian to adjunct teach a military history course?