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ARMY Magazine Vol. 68, NO. 8, August 2018

Articles

The 117-year-old U.S. Army War College has been a launching pad for many of the nation’s most talented strategists and leaders, among them former President and five-star General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, former Secretary of State and...
Before commanders can approve a concept of operations, direct proper planning and preparation of a battle or campaign, provide guidance for future branches and sequels, or set in place the right intelligence, command and control, or logistics...
Multi-Domain Operations are an increasingly discussed topic in the Army, highlighting trends and developments on the battlefield. While counterinsurgency remains relevant, the Army acknowledges it also will likely face enemies with equal or near-...
In public and professional military circles, discussion continues about America “winning” past wars compared to recent failed endeavors. What these discussions lack is a baseline for the definition of winning. War is complex. Victory is diversely...
“University of Pennsylvania was home to one of the first computers,” Peter Lynch recalls, referring to ENIAC, the world’s first general-purpose electronic computer. This might seem a non sequitur in a conversation about military service, but the...
It’s a nightmare scenario. An enemy unmanned aerial vehicle monitors the cellphone signals of troops below, identifies their location and sends the coordinates to a headquarters, which launches an artillery strike against the unsuspecting troops...
The ability to think at the enterprise level—across the entire enterprise—is crucial for Army leaders. While many of us may not become enterprise leaders, we can become enterprise thinkers who appreciate and understand the big picture and act in the...