ARMY Magazine July 2006 

Volume 56, Number 7

Listed below are selected articles and features of our July 2006 issue. To read all the articles in ARMY Magazine, join AUSA and get a subscription as part of your membership.

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 Front & Center

On Policing the Frontiers of Freedom
By Brig. Gen. Huba Wass de Czege
In dealing with the world, it is important to realize that the United States makes war on an enemy and polices a problem. There are different ways of dealing with each situation.

 Selected Features

CompanyCommand—Building Combat-Ready Teams: Leadership and the Death of a Soldier
A composite story encompasses the experiences of company commanders who lost a soldier in battle and serves as a template for this aspect of command.

The Cold War in Perspective
By Maj. Gen. Neal Creighton, USA Ret., and Lt. Col. Roger Cirillo, USA Ret.
The Parallel History Project brought together key players from NATO and the Warsaw Pact to discuss their perspectives on the Cold War.

‘Providing the World’s Very Best Medical Care’
By Lt. Gen. Kevin C. Kiley
The Army Medical Department is giving excellent care to soldiers on the battlefield and at home, as well as to military families.

Agents of Change: Transforming the Principles of War for the 21st Century
By James J. Schneider
The Army must reconceptualize its principles of war into broad principles of conflict in order to win the war on terrorism.



Washington Report

News Call

Soldier Armed

Historically Speaking


The Assassins’ Gate: America in Iraq
George Packer

Revolt on the Tigris: The Al-Sadr Uprising and the Governing of Iraq
Mark Etherington

Soldiering: Observations From Korea, Vietnam, and Safe Places
Henry G. Gole

The United States 15th Infantry Regiment in China, 1912-1938
Alfred Emile Cornebise

Medics at War: Military Medicine from Colonial Times to the 21st Century
John T. Greenwood, Ph.D. and F. Clifton Berry Jr.

Medic! How I Fought World War II With Morphine, Sulfa, and Iodine Swabs
Robert J. Franklin

Roughneck Nine-One: The Extraordinary Story of a Special Forces A-team at War
SFC Frank Antenori, USA Ret., and Hans Halberstadt