Monday, October 22, 2012
TRADOC commander: No plans to return to ‘tiered readiness’ in building future Army.
‘Staying together’ is critical to Army’s future as regionally aligned force.
Streit USA showcases armored vehicles
From the Floor: No losers in this vote
Chief, secretary: Balance essential in time of declining budgets
Shrestha and Senna win 2012 Soldier and NCO of the Year Awards
Army leaders tout importance of AUSA Annual Meeting
Army transitions to wider, less predictable set of missions
Special Operations Forces gain recogniiton, face busy future
Transition assistance finds favor in lean times
From the floor: Armored vehicle goes hybrid
Warrant community to see slower promotions, tougher education requirements
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Odierno calls for adaptive leaders to face a changing world
From the floor: GD broadening Stryker’s capabilities with treads
Asia Pacific Pivot: A Return to Normal
From the floor 6: Laser cartridge offers affordable, safe firearms training option
Regional aligned forces offer a new Army model for global involvement
Army creates process to measure needs 30 years out.
Should the Army National Guard, Army Reserve be merged?
Army Reserve seeks ways to identify soldiers at risk
From the floor: Firms enhance unmanned systems
Army defines parameters for standards, discipline to raise professionalism
Army medicine does not wait, reaches out to patients
Resiliency: Male military spouse style
Army Reserve to address above-the-line AGRs, shortage of mid-career NGOs and officers
Wednesday, October 24 2012
"We want you on the team," TRADOC commander tells DA civilians
Army civilians face cuts, but scale not yet known
Army leaders emphasize importance of cyberspace capabilities
New Army initiatives aim to ease wartime stresses on soldiers
Top DoD official says Army experience in last decade will help in adapting to new security environment
Key to securing borders is cooperation among U.S. agencies, Canada and Mexico
Family forum: Helping schools help military kids
Family Forum: Wear Blue—Run to Remember
From the Floor: AUSA Blast Seat Damper story
Baker, Marshall Medal awardee, warns against ‘economic and political dysfunction.’
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