Supporting Gulf War 2.0By Sgt. Frank N. Pellegrini
During Operation Iraqi Freedom, the 377th Theater Support Command improved on the logistics system used in Operation Desert Storm and provided war-winning sustainment to coalition forces.Their War RememberedBy Dennis Steele
The United States and U.N. allies honored veterans of the Korean War during a Washington, D.C., ceremony that commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Korean War armistice.Lewis and Clark's Expedition to the Pacific NorthwestBy Lt. Col. Mark J. Reardon and Charles E. White
From 1804 to 1806 the Army’s famed Corps of Discovery journeyed from St. Louis, Mo., to the Pacific Ocean and back, gathering geographical and scientific data, strengthening the nation’s claims to the Northwest Territory, and paving the way for future exploration by the Army.The Frustrations of Leonard WoodBy Steven L. Ossad
Few soldiers rose as high or achieved as much as Leonard Wood, but health problems and a reputation for ruthlessness kept him from fulfilling his personal ambitions.Current Operations of the French and German ArmiesBy Col. Peter Herrly, USA Ret.
German and French soldiers are serving alongside their American counterparts on many battlefields in the war against terror.