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7/25/2013 12:00 AM 


Who Needs ‘Lean and Nimble’?

As the Army applies its operating concept across the force, the main goal of “Win in a Complex World” is to give all combat formations a more appropriate combination of mobility, protection and lethality, the service’s top strategist says.


Army Looks to Lighten the Load

The Army is exploring new ways to reduce the stress on soldiers’ backs and knees by redistributing the weight of supplies, ammo and gear that they carry in the field.


Kids Face Their Own Readiness Issues

The advocacy group Military Families for High Standards is joining the call for nationwide educational standards that are high, consistent and measurable to ensure military children are challenged and prepared for college no matter where they attend school. The group’s chairwoman is Christi Ham, an educator and the wife of the Association of the U.S. Army’s incoming president and CEO, retired Gen. Carter Ham.


Theme Chosen for AUSA Annual Meeting

The theme of the Association of the U.S. Army’s 2016 Annual Meeting and Exposition is “America’s Army: Ready Today, Preparing for the Future,” which builds on the continuing message of Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley.


Bill Hikes Army End Strength

The Army gets more troops and more money than the Obama administration requested under the House Armed Services Committee’s $583 billion defense authorization bill for fiscal year 2017.
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