How Have the Theories of Carl Von Clausewitz And/Or Antoine Henri Jomini Influenced the Birth of Combined ARMS Warfare?
The archduke has had very little influence in the United States or Great Britain, since his work was never translated into English. The military-theoretical traditions founded by Jomini and Clausewitz, however, have very definitely had an impact on our military thinking.
The U.S. Marine Corps's brilliant little philosophical field manual FMFM 1: Warfighting (1989) was essentially a distillation of On War (with a heavy maneuverist flavoring from Sun Tzu), and the more recent Marine Corps Doctrinal Publications (MCDPs, c.1997) equally reflect many of Clausewitz's basic concepts.
Embedding this adaptive capability is, in the final analysis, the only route to a sustainable competitive advantage.
Colonel Richard M. Swain, U.S. Army, The Hedgehog and the Fox: Jomini, Clausewitz, and History
Command and General Staff School, Principles of Strategy for an Independent Corps or Army in a Theater of Operations (Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Army Command and General Staff School Press, 1936), p.19.
Carl von Clausewitz, eds./trans. Michael Howard and Peter Paret, On War (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976/1984), Book One, Chapter 1, section 25.