ARMY Magazine October 2005 


Listed below are selected articles and features of our October 2005 - Vol. 55, No. 10 issue.


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Introduction
Used by military, government and industry experts as a reference tool, the Green Book is unparalleled in putting into a single issue the vision and challenges facing the Army. This comprehensive issue is published to coincide with the AUSA Annual Meeting, the largest gathering of landpower experts and industry leaders in the United States.

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 Selected Status Reports

Answering the Call to Duty—AUSA Stands Tall
The president of AUSA reviews the Association's contributions to the Army at war and in the future.

Building the Future Force While Continuing to Fight the Global War on Terrorism
The Secretary of the Army reports on realizing the Army vision.

Answering the Call to Duty
The Army Chief of Staff examines the fight in the global war on terrorism, the American soldier, transformation and the strategic direction of the Army.

U.S. Soldiers—Ambassadors of Democracy
The Sergeant Major of the Army salutes the 21st Century's first generation of heroes.

Army National Guard—Always Ready, Always There
The Director of the Army National Guard explains the Guard's commitment to the war on terror and safety at home.

Changing to a 21st-Century Army Reserve
The Chief of the Army Reserve explains the various aspects and responsibilities of the Army Reserve.

Ready for Anything
The commander of "Patton's Own," Third Army assesses the force best suited for expeditionary fighting.

 Army Weapons and Equipment