Member of The Society for Military History; The Medieval
Academy of America; the American Revolution Round Table; the XenophonGroup; Expédition Particulière Mount Vernon Commemorative Cantonment; and the Société de l'Oriflamme. Past associations: Retired from the US Air Force (1981).
Military Science, US Military Academy (1955);
M.S. in Public Administration, The George Washington University (1977).
PUBLISHED and CONTRACT WORK:
Edited and illustrated the 1995 publication of William Hickling Prescott's The Art of War in Spain, The Conquest of Granada (1481-1492). Author of various articles in Brassey's International Military and Defense Encyclopedia, Journal of Early Modern Warfare: Gorget & Sash, and contract studies for Department of Defense activities. Under U.S Army Studies and Analysis contract, researched primary documents in American, French and German archives on battle casualties in the Franco-Prussian War (1780-1) and in the First and Second World Wars. Illustrated many books and magazine articles on military history topics.
Expanded and detail list of published work in a pdf file at
Print-Published Works, Program Talks, and Posted Webpages by Albert D. McJoynt
AREAS of SPECIALIZATION and INTEREST:
Currently researching the last phase of the Hundred Years' War, This work will be titled either the Reconquests of Normandy and Guyenne, or The War of Charles VII of France.
Broad interest in pre-modern, or early-modern, warfare. Emphasis is on military aspects of early Western warfare that have been slighted, or distorted in popular military publications available to the American public. Current, specific interest in medieval French history.
Concurrent with immediate interest in pre-modern warfare, is a general interest in eighteenth-century Western warfare, as well as in modern combined (coalition) and unified military activities. Belief that knowledge of pre and early modern military history is relevant today.