CompanyCommand--Building Combat-Ready Teams: Air-Ground Integration
Company commanders in the field answer the question, "How do you integrate the Army's air and ground forces?"Installations in the 21st CenturyBy Assistant Secretary of the Army Keith E. Eastin
"Success in providing an ever-improving quality of life is inextricably linked to sustaining and expanding the all-volunteer force ... the Army Installation team's vision is to provide the services and facilities that will ensure an outstanding quality of life for soldiers and their families."Flagships of Readiness: Installations Sustaining the All-Volunteer ForceBy Lt. Gen. David W. Barno
As the Army becomes a more modular force, the Army Installation Management Team is fully engaged in providing soldiers and families a quality of life commensurate with the quality of their service.Flagship Installations Are Vital to Army TransformationBy Maj. Gen. Michael D. Rochelle
"Caring for soldiers is central to the Army mission and what installations as flagships delivers."Blue-Collar WarriorsBy Dennis Steele
For soldiers of Company A, 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, patrolling Routes Peggy and Sue--situated southwest of Baghdad--is the daily grind.