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ARMY Magazine VOL. 65, NO. 6 June 2015

Articles

Opportunities for Army women have grown since the days of gender apartheid when I joined in 1975. Women were not invited to participate in many of the activities that made our Army the most powerful fighting force on the face of the earth. While the...
On the battlefields of Normandy, a group of ROTC cadets from North Texas learned the 10 leadership principles of Easy Company’s Maj. Richard “Dick” Winters, how a Supreme Allied Commander who had little command experience led a group of generals who...
Preparing the next generation of leaders to take our place is a vital task, and teaching ethics is a key component of the process. How well do we prepare our future officers for the ethical challenges they will face? For those of us blessed with the...
“The adaptability, flexibility and versatility of land forces can be applied to diverse theaters and situations. The complexity, unpredictability and intermingling sought most often by hybrid adversaries require situational awareness, reversible...
You’ve finally collected all the required signatures and stamps on your installation-clearing paperwork. The movers will be at your house in a few days to pack and move your family’s belongings to a new duty station. You’re looking forward to the...
Before the anger and the divorce, before four tours to Iraq and Afghanistan, before the explosions and the pain, Staff Sgt. Daedan Jackson had been just a kid planning to go to school. “It just sort of happened,” said Jackson, now 34, on joining the...
Luck, Superstition and the Eyes in the Skies By Nancy Barclay Graves Surprised at Being Alive: An Accidental Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam and Beyond . Robert F. Curtis. Casemate Publishers. 297 pages. $32.95. Robert F. Curtis’ Surprised at Being...