November 2013 Special Report 

10/29/2013 12:00 AM 


Future Army leaders must be adaptive, versatile, culturally astute

The U.S. Army continues to face challenges as it draws down and changes its missions following the longest conflict the United States has fought with an all-volunteer force – yet, America’s Army remains in the forefront of not only military operations, but also stabilization, humanitarian, peacekeeping, and nation-building efforts during very uncertain times, and with serious budget constraints.


George C. Marshall ROTC Awards Seminar honors top senior cadets

The top students in Cadet Command’s cadet corps entered a new classroom April 15, this one led by senior leaders schooling them on some of the challenges they will soon face guiding the Army’s future force.


Cadet Command will consolidate summer training at Fort Knox in 2014

The U.S. Army Cadet Command will consolidate its senior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) summer training at Fort Knox, Ky., to improve the effectiveness and quality of the Cadet Leader Development Program and the quality of future Army officers.


Cone to top ROTC cadets: ‘You bring new skills to this fight’

As 12 years of fighting winds down, many Army ROTC Cadets who will be commissioned this year won’t experience war anytime soon. They will not wear a distinctive combat patch that unites soldiers in the profession of arms.


ROTC cadet interns attend forensics and biometrics hands-on exercise

Biometric and forensic science experience and understanding is a capability that continues to grow in importance to today’s Army.