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ARMY Magazine VOL. 65 NO. 3 March 2015

Articles

The U.S. Army has long been leery of cities. Too often, urban warfare has meant heavy casualties, mass destruction and an enormous commitment of time and resources. In cities, enemy forces have more places to hide, and superior U.S. technology...
Sitting on my rack, I unholstered my 9 mm, racked the slide, thumbed the safety and pressed the barrel against my forehead. I could feel the heft of the loaded weapon, the resistance of the trigger against my finger. I knew I needed help but could...
In the early 1980s, our South Korea-based 8-inch howitzer battalion, the general support artillery battalion of the Army’s 2nd Infantry Division, received a long-awaited consignment of new and improved ammunition, including so-called supercharges,...
The Army received more than 111,000 responses to an economic impact report warning that military communities could be hurt by deep cuts in the force. Focusing on 30 stateside locations, the report from the U.S. Army Environmental Command, entitled...
To: Company Commanders From: The CompanyCommand Team Ten Years of Company-Level Conversation Ten years ago this month, the first “CompanyCommand: Building Combat-Ready Teams” article appeared in ARMY . In it, seven company commanders shared lessons...
There is a good deal of energy and a fair amount of chaos in the Army’s approach to developing the resources needed for seizing the high ground in cyber warfare. That’s a good thing. What the military needs to succeed in this effort is even more...