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ARMY Magazine VOL. 65 NO. 5 May 2015

Articles

Brain wave-reading threat detectors can dramatically increase a soldier’s ability to spot danger. Advances in telepresence might spare soldiers by letting them send mechanical avatars into battle instead of going in person. Brain stimulation by...
After almost a decade and a half of continuous war, the Army has an opportunity to rethink the relationship between traditional schoolhouse learning and the variety of its continuous learning practices. Now is a good time to start that discussion...
The Army has ambitious plans for solidifying and expanding engagement with Asia and Pacific nations, but this effort—like almost every military program—faces a budgetary threat. Over the next five years, the Army plans to participate in 29 exercises...
On Sept. 8, 2009, in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, Capt. William D. Swenson earned the Medal of Honor by displaying conspicuous gallantry. That heroic event revealed Swenson’s true character. As he placed a mortally wounded comrade on a helicopter, a...
Long before Gen. George S. Patton Jr. achieved international recognition as one of World War II’s most celebrated heroes, he had compiled an enviable military record. A recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross for gallantry in action and the...
There is increased risk of moral injury when soldiers are forced to choose between living by the Army Values, sticking to their own moral beliefs and following orders. Unit commanders and leaders must understand the importance of the moral dimension...
Lessons From a Lifetime of Leadership By Lt. Col. James Jay Carafano, U.S. Army retired Adapt or Die: Leadership Principles From an American General . Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, U.S. Army retired. Baker Books. 233 pages. $22.99. After centuries of...