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Smoking American and Soviet-made tanks and planes littering the Sinai Peninsula and Golan Heights in 1973 shocked the world. In only two short weeks, the violence, precision and lethality of the 1973 Arab-Israeli War exposed glaring weaknesses in...
While there is a burgeoning body of literature examining the skills necessary for officer success in joint, interagency, intergovernmental and multinational environments, less has been written about the value of broadening experiences for performing...
In April 1994, a group of distinguished Army leaders watched as the first “digi- tized” battalion to fight the National Training Center’s opposing force tried to assault the opposing force’s defensive positions. It was not a pretty picture. In spite...
A recurring cliché of Hollywood war movies is the newbie lieutenant who falls to pieces in his first battle and has to be rescued by his crusty old platoon sergeant. It is a trope of which I am heartily tired. And yet, I am compelled to admit that...
After more than 25 years of unprecedented conventional combat power overmatch, we have awakened to near-peer adversaries with sophisticated capabilities.
The competition was intense in ARMY magazine’s 2016 SFC Dennis Steele Photo Contest. We received more than 70 entries that captured everything from soldiers and families to training and ceremonies. Army photographers took the top two spots, while an...
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Book Reviews on Topics Including Tank Destroyers and U.S. Army Doctrine Changes.