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ARMY Magazine VOL. 64, NO. 11 November 2014

Articles

A string of 20-ton Army trucks barrels along a rural Georgia highway at 40 mph with no one at the wheel, yet the trucks obey traffic rules, swerve to avoid obstacles and stop when a child darts into the street. Two pilotless planes circle over a...
Whether they are traditional “Army brats”—growing up on Army bases—or children of veterans, the sons and daughters of U.S. Army soldiers contribute in all walks of life. Many fill the celebrity ranks. In sports, the stars include Tiger Woods, Robert...
In their May Front & Center article, “A Question of Balance,” Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan, U.S. Army retired, and Lt. Gen. Daniel P. Bolger, U.S. Army retired, clearly point out the need to get the balance right in regard to the Army’s end strength...
Talking about the dangers of sequestration and military cuts does not seem to address the real problem or what I believe is the best and only way to seriously reduce military costs. We have, it appears, become our own worst enemy. One would think we...
Since December 2011, the steady return to a garrison lifestyle from deployment has presented many unforeseen challenges to U.S. troops. Among them is the transition from a high-paced, high-adrenaline deployed environment to a slower, less...
Tristan Wyatt knew immediately that he had been hit. He was in Fallujah, Iraq, in the summer of 2003. The 19-year-old combat engineer was on a reconnaissance patrol with the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in the back of a lightly armored M113 armored...