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ARMY Magazine Vol. 67, No. 6 June 2017

Articles

Army information systems—and indeed, most information systems in the federal government—are generally slow, cumbersome and counterintuitive.
The most troubling and challenging ethical situations I have faced in the Army involved misconduct by leaders who were senior to me. Unfortunately, Army ethics training focuses almost entirely on teaching soldiers to avoid personal misconduct and on...
Robotics and autonomous/semi-autonomous technologies are advancing rapidly and many armies are exploring ways to take advantage of this nascent capability. If the U.S. Army wishes to gain and maintain dominance against potential adversaries, it will...
The 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division has spent the past six years serving as the Army Experimental Task Force for the Brigade Modernization Command and the Army’s Capabilities and Integration Center. The Army established the brigade to evaluate the...
How does a new idea become reality? When it comes to the future Army, how does that idea turn into a new vehicle, weapon system or doctrinal change? It all starts with an idea, or concept. Concepts identify required capabilities. These required...
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Former NATO Deputy’s Take on a Shooting War War With Russia: An Urgent Warning From Senior Military Command . Gen. Sir Richard Shirreff. Quercus. 412 pages. $16.99 By Lt. Col. James Jay Carafano , U.S. Army retired Retired British Army Gen. Sir...