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ARMY Magazine VOL. 64 NO. 10 2014-2015 Green Book October 2014

Articles

Today, we live in a dynamic and uncertain security environment with challenges across every continent. In an era of increased competition for resources, shifting alliances, empowered networks, unprecedented information access and quickening...
It’s been said by some that while history doesn’t repeat itself, it certainly does rhyme. I’m a firm believer in that whimsical proverb, especially when it comes to the business of running the U.S. Army. Forty-one years ago, the 26th Army Chief of...
The nation’s foundational force for more than 239 years, the U.S. Army has defended America’s freedom, prosperity and way of life. There is no stronger symbol of American resolve than boots on the ground, and I have no doubt that the Army and its...
A code of ethics … cannot be developed overnight by edict or official pronouncement. It is developed by years of practice and performance of duty according to high ethical standards. It must be self-policing. Without such a code, a professional...
As a combat surgeon in both Iraq and Afghanistan, Army Reserve Lt. Col. David King was all too familiar with treating injuries inflicted by improvised explosive devices. So it was a horrifying twist of fate when one of the largest mass-casualty...
As our role in Afghanistan recedes, the Army and the wider defense community must look toward the future. The debate continues in Washington, D.C., and beyond on the appropriate role of ground forces. With substantial defense cuts now a reality, the...