Talk:Commander's Digest

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Commander's Digest and Command Policy[edit]

I note that in this article it is mentioned that this magazine was succeeded by (renamed to) Command Policy, with a redlink to that title. I would suggest that it might be better not to create a separate article but to consider both magazines as one and the same, with only a title change. That will make it easier to expand the current stub to a more substantial article. In that case, it might be best to move this article to "Command Policy". Just a suggestion, I am not much interested in magazines and will not be watchlisting this page (so no use answering me here... :-). For the moment, I'll remove the redlink, but feel free to revert if it would be better to keep the two separate. --Crusio (talk) 07:47, 2 August 2010 (UTC)