Fielding a Medical Force to Keep Soldiers HealthyBy Lt. Gen. James B. Peake
The Army Medical Department has risen to the challenge of war today and is looking ahead to answer the challenges of tomorrow’s battlefields.The Transformation of Medical Logistics Since Operation Desert StormBy Lt. Col. Mitchell Brew and Dana Baker
Equipment modernization, automated tools and evolving logistics doctrine and supporting software over the last 12 years have greatly enhanced medical logistics.Baghdad: The CrossroadsBy Dennis Steele
The soldiers of Task Force 3rd Battalion, 15th Infantry, part of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team of the 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized), fought a seven-hour battle to hold a strategic highway crossroads south of Baghdad.173rd Airborne Brigade in IraqBy Lt. Col. Thomas W. Collins
Soldiers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade parachuted onto an airfield in Bashur, Iraq, securing it for follow-on troops and supplies. In the days that followed, the brigade opened a northern front in Iraq and helped secure the city of Kirkuk.Three Decades of Readiness in Peace and WarBy Gen. Larry R. Ellis
U.S. Army Forces Command has provided ready ground forces for combat and military support to civil authorities for the last 30 years.Transforming the Doctrinal Development ProcessBy Brig. Gen. (P) Michael A. Vane and Lt. Col. Joseph M. Ozoroski
Training and Doctrine Command is revolutionizing its publishing and dissemination systems to address the global needs of individual soldiers and units in today’s dynamic technological and operational environments.