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ARMY Magazine Vol. 67, No. 7 July 2017

Articles

In 2016, the U.S. Army assigned the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, to advise and assist the Iraqi Army in its efforts to retake Mosul. Adding to the complexity of the mission, the brigade was headquartered out of a Kurdish...
The Army leadership accessions and education system of 100 years ago was not only deficient quantitatively, it was qualitatively deficient: There was no standardized system to obtain and educate our leaders for World War I. By November 1918, the...
Some generals have made the news lately for behaviors that violate the professional ethic. Although this trend seems new or current, it isn’t. Thomas E. Ricks, a well-published author on defense matters, wrote “General Failure” in the November 2012...
The world doesn’t wait. While the U.S. Army was securing Afghan mountains and Iraqi deserts, Russian aggression fermented in Eastern Europe. While we were churning out equipment to track terrorists and survive roadside bombs, China doubled down on...
Hatred is a persistent toxin that damages combat veterans’ souls and families long after a deployment has ended.
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Book Reviews on Topics Including the Deployment of U.S. Troops to Siberia following WWI, Japanese-American GIs in WWII, an Decisionmaking of Elites.