Loading...

ARMY Magazine VOL. 64 NO. 7 July 2014

Articles

The Army wants to keep soldiers and their families out of the doctor’s office, not by denying them care but by creating a healthier population needing less treatment. It is a balancing act, not like a circus act with someone juggling bayonets and...
In December 1941, an Army colonel was dispatched to Hawaii by Army Chief of Staff Gen. George C. Marshall. His mission was to assess the operational and strategic situation in the wake of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor. Highly regarded for his...
In an Army with proud traditions and adherence to proven practices, culture change can be difficult, even when it is the commander in chief pushing the reform. Army leadership’s slow but ultimate acceptance of President Harry Truman’s 1948 order to...
In February 2004, two bright Army analysts wrote an article published in ARMY Magazine about the need for a culture of innovation because of the risks of war. “Failure does not mean Chapter 11 and an updated resume,” wrote then-Brig. Gen. David A...
In a national security environment characterized by austerity and budget constraints, the idea of preventing future conflicts takes on new importance. Large-scale counterinsurgency and stability operations require a considerable amount of manpower...
By: Company-level Leaders For: Company-level Leaders * * * * The Vilseck, Germany-based 2nd Cavalry Regiment deployed to Kandahar, Afghanistan, from July 2013 through April 2014, serving under the 4th Infantry Division Headquarters. The unit arrived...