ARMY Magazine October 2012 

Volume 62, Number 10

The Green Book

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Selected Status Reports

GEN Gordon R. Sullivan, USA Ret.
President, Association of the U.S. Army
America's Army: On the Road to 2020

John M. McHugh
Secretary of the Army
Proud of Our Past, Confident in our Future

GEN Raymond T. Odierno
Chief of Staff, U.S. Army
Today's Army: The Strength of Our Nation

SMA Raymond F. Chandler III
Sergeant Major of the Army
The Professional Soldier: The Essence of Today's Army

Heidi Shyu
Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics & Technology)
Army Equipment Modernization: Preparing to Deliver Future Decisive Capabilities

GEN David M. Rodriguez
Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces Command
Preparing the Force for Unified Land Operations

GEN Robert W. Cone
Commanding General, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
TRADOC: Leading the Transition

GEN Dennis L. Via
Commanding General, U.S. Army Materiel Command
Sustaining the Decisive Edge for the Army and Joint Force 2020

GEN James D. Thurman
Commander, U.N. Command, Combined Forces ­Command
& U.S. Forces Korea
The Pacific Focus of the National Security Strategy in Action

LTG Francis J. Wiercinski
Commanding General, U.S. Army Pacific
Building Credibility, Confidence and Trust Through Engagement in the Pacific

LTG Mary A. Legere
Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2
Army Intelligence 2020: Enabling Decisive Operations While Transforming in the Breach

LTG Raymond V. Mason
Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4
Army 2020: Top Four Logistics Priorities

Army Posts and Installations

U.S. Army Posts and Installations

Army Weapons and Equipment

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Missiles and Space Programs

Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Systems and Capability Set 13

Ground Combat Systems

Combat Support and Ccombat Service Support


Individual Equipment and Weapons