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ARMY MAGAZINE VOL. 67, NO. 3 MARCH 2017

 

Articles

Rick Maze, Editor-in-Chief
The U.S. Army may be at a critical turning point, with promises of more troops, more modernization and more money. More commitments might also be coming as a Trump-era foreign policy takes shape. Already, the Army began 2017 with almost 182,000...
(Credit: U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael Zuk)
Gen. Gustave “Gus” Perna
Times change. The world evolves. Leadership transitions. Great organizations adapt. Such is the case with our U.S. Army. To address new threats and the security environment around the globe in support of the National Military Strategy, our Army...
Laura Stassi, Assistant Managing Editor
It might be difficult to find someone more aware of the significance of the Soldier’s Creed than Army National Guard Sgt. Abbas Mousa, who has been a U.S. soldier longer than he has been a U.S. citizen. “America gave me peace, opportunities, freedom...
Brig. Gen. Christopher L. Spillman Lt. Col. Glenn A. Henke
A mechanized battalion task force secures a river crossing while engineers construct bridging sites. Meanwhile, an enemy unmanned aerial system hovers undetected just above the trees, sending video to a nearby control station. The enemy ground...
AUSA Staff
It is fitting that a Georgia school originally located in a former U.S. Mint in a town that experienced one of America’s first gold rushes is trying to capture a different kind of treasure. While embracing its golden past, the University of North...
AUSA Staff
Like Other War Wounds, Moral Injury Will Scar RVW 001.jpg What Have We Done: The Moral Injury of Our Longest Wars . David Wood. Little Brown and Co. 304 pages. $28 By Pauline Shanks Kaurin David Wood is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has...