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ARMY Magazine Vol. 70, No. 12, December 2020

Articles

The way it has always been done will not cut it for the future of Army rotorcraft. Army rotorcraft—helicopters and, someday, Future Vertical Lift—are the workhorse of the Army, capable of transporting soldiers and supplies, firing on enemy forces,...
The No. 1 priority of Gen. James McConville, the 40th chief of staff of the Army, is people. McConville believes that when we take care of the Army’s people, we are building readiness and a cohesive team that is trained, disciplined and fit to fight...
As I approach my second year as commander of the U.S. Army Forces Command, I have observed a couple of things: Borrowing from Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville, people are the centerpiece of the Army, not interchangeable parts, and the Army’...
When I was first assigned to Honduras after being stationed in Asia, I was determined to expand my knowledge of the language, the culture and the land. What struck me in that quest, which I am still on today, was the meaning of the country’s name. “...
Mental health poses challenges for the profession of arms. As an active-duty health care provider who has worked primarily in line units over the past decade, I live and hear the same mantras over and over: We are unique. There are solutions. How...
Army Must Innovate in Times of Conflict Adaptation under Fire: How Militaries Change in Wartime. David Barno and Nora Bensahel. Oxford University Press. 440 pages. $34.95 By Lt. Col. James Jay Carafano, U.S. Army retired Every military professional...