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
April 6 marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S.
In fiscal year 1950, the entire Defense Department ran on about $120 billion a year (adjusted for modern inflation rates).
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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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.