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ARMY Magazine Vol. 68, No. 3, March 2018

Articles

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Senior leaders are betting the Army’s future on guerilla-warfare-like teams to battle an enemy that threatens to weaken its overmatch. The enemy comes from within—an entrenched bureaucratic culture that hinders the decision-making process on weapons...
Critical to the materiel enterprise’s efforts to achieve materiel readiness is long-term strategic planning with the combatant commands. The U.S. Army Materiel Command is a supporting organization—the Army’s principal logistics and sustainment...
Perhaps one of the most iconic uniforms of World War II was the Army officer’s uniform, better known as the “pinks and greens.” Pink and green may not be the colors that come to mind when you think of the U.S. military, but in World War II those...
Some believe lethal, autonomous weapons may prove to be the third revolution in warfare. The Navy has ships, the Air Force has planes and soon, the Army will not only have soldiers, but also numerous unmanned systems and robotic devices in its ranks...
Although we don’t like to admit this obvious point, the United States is a military empire. The U.S. does not claim ownership of foreign territories to the extent that Rome and Great Britain once did, but it does maintain a dominant worldwide...
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Facing the Threats of a Post-9/11 World The Big Stick: The Limits of Soft Power & the Necessity of Military Force . Eliot A. Cohen. Basic Books. 304 pages. $27.99 By Col. Gregory Fontenot U.S. Army retired Eliot A. Cohen’s The Big Stick is a...