Supporting the Warfighter With Pride, Professionalism and the Best Materiel This Country Can OfferBy Gen. Benjamin S. Griffin
The Army Materiel Command provides a wide range of services in coordination with its subordinate commands, from the Chemical Materials Agency’s management and disposal of chemical weapons to the Army Sustainment Command’s synchronized support of troops in the field.FM 3-0: Full Spectrum Operations: Resetting the Capstone of Army DoctrineBy Gen. William S. Wallace
A new Field Manual 3-0, framed around the concept of full spectrum operations, acknowledges that stability operations are as important as offensive and defensive operations and that the three must be combined to succeed in an era of persistent conflict.Soldier Gear—Off the Drawing Board, Into the Field
The Program Executive Office Soldier, which develops and provides soldiers with equipment, describes examples of recent equipment fieldings and developmental items.Army Project Teaches Cultural Awareness to Deployed TroopsBy Toni Eugene
An intriguing deck of playing cards is just one component of a Department of Defense program that is teaching soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan the importance of cultural awareness and preservation.Shaping Soldiers: Skills and ValuesBy Dennis Steele
The 3-320 Field Artillery Regiment, a battalion of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), sponsors Iraqi army training at the unit level and at a formal commando course, mentoring and monitoring Iraqi soldiers.The Relevance of Gen. William E. DePuyBy Col. Henry G. Gole, USA Ret.
Gen. William DePuy wrote numerous articles for ARMY Magazine. His advice is as timely today as it was prescient decades ago.CompanyCommand—Building Combat-Ready Teams: Second-Guessing Our Decisions
Inspired by advice from an Army chaplain, company commanders describe difficult choices they have had to make and the circumstances. Sharing how each moved on, they agree that second-guessing decisions can debilitate leadership.