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ARMY Magazine Vol. 67, No. 8 August 2017

Articles

A quiet revolution is underway in Army medicine that could have a lasting impact on patients and providers. The protagonist behind the transformation is an insider, the 44th surgeon general of the Army who is changing how, when and where health care...
“Vietnam is something I don’t like to talk about. Everything that happened … it was a tough time,” says Medal of Honor recipient retired Maj. James Taylor. His life has changed a great deal since he received the Medal of Honor on Nov. 19, 1968, for...
American soldiers routinely deploy overseas to advise and assist other countries’ security forces that do not share the U.S. military’s high ethical standards. These divergent standards can create tension between the two partnered forces as well as...
Imagine you are a staff officer at a combatant command writing the next theater campaign plan. Or maybe you write concepts at the Army Capabilities Integration Center. Either way, you were ordered to develop a long-term strategy to ensure the Army...
The Revolutionary War (1775–1783) was a seminal conflict that featured competing conceptions of operational art. Of all the notable generals, George Washington of the Continental Army and William Howe of the British Army exercised perhaps the most...
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