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ARMY Green Book 2018-2019

Articles

America’s Army is, once again, at an important point in history, facing new challenges in maintaining its place as the world’s most powerful land force. Global unrest and the necessary renewed attention to great-power adversaries result in...
After slightly less than a year on the job, Army Secretary Mark T. Esper senses the Army is making great gains in near-term readiness and has a bright future if it can stay on course with some striking and transformational leaps in warfighting...
The Army is “healthier today” than it was a year ago and will continue to benefit from strong forward momentum, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley says. That is, as long as readiness remains a priority, funding is steady and the effort to...
A cultural shift being brought on by new standards in physical fitness and tough new rules regarding deployability will strengthen readiness, Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey says. People motivated to serve in a professional Army “are going to...
Some early successes from the U.S. Army Futures Command will be helpful providing proof of concept and building confidence for the trailblazing organization that will need support and funding to fully meet its ambitious assignment, Undersecretary of...
Confronted with the task of filling its ranks again after a period of downsizing, the Army National Guard is poised to make gains by next summer. It will be bolstered by a new recruiting plan and the confidence of knowing that through the “crucible...
Two years into his plan to shape the U.S. Army Reserve into a more lethal and combat-ready force, Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey says changes in training, shifts in command relationships and a sharp focus on basic soldiering skills are bolstering...
Martha Raddatz, ABC News chief global affairs correspondent and This Week co-anchor, was selected by the Council of Trustees of the Association of the U.S. Army as the 2018 recipient of the George Catlett Marshall Medal for sustained commitment to...