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World War I did not make the world safe for democracy, as President Woodrow Wilson hoped when he asked Congress to declare war in 1917. As we now know, the war with Germany that started for the United States on April 6, 1917, did not end all wars...
April 6 marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S. declaration of war on Germany and the start of our country’s involvement in World War I. This was a seismic event for the U.S., the world and the U.S. Army. The United States, long happily isolated in...
In fiscal year 1950, the entire Defense Department ran on about $120 billion a year (adjusted for modern inflation rates). The Army received no new equipment, but the Air Force and Navy got new supersonic aircraft and nuclear-powered ships and...
Before a culture of Mission Command succeeds, the Army must possess the moral courage to identify countless barriers and then tear them down.
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Book Reviews on Topics Including General MacArthur, Disease in Military History, American Foreign Policy, and more.
New York Giants legend Frank Gifford took many hits in his college and professional football careers, but none was as jarring as one in a 1960 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Gifford was running with the ball when he was leveled by linebacker...
Following more than a decade of counterinsurgency focus, the U.S. Army has found itself increasingly challenged by adversaries in Eastern Europe and East Asia.