This book is about the politics of senior generals in Indonesian presidential election 2009. It examines the reasons why senior generals-in this work represented by Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Wiranto, and Prabowo were still dominant in political arena even after 10 years post democratic reform. This book elucidates how they played in Indonesian election 2009, coalition games between civil and military figures, and how senior generals responded the result of presidential election 2009. Our discussions clearly show that the reason of general’s domination was a more complex than what is widely believed. In contrast with general assumptions, the target of senior generals in election 2009 was not merely presidency, instead it was shaped through many combination personal political targets.