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The future of the nation depends on an intelligently trained and disciplined Army.
The opiate trade through Tajikistan provides finances that help keep Islamist extremist organizations viable.
The Combat Training Centers will continue to be at the forefront of Army Readiness.
Turkey has a strong religious, historical, and cultural relationship with Afghanistan.
The author presents a concise history of America’s strategic intelligence services.
The authors posits that we must invest in our joint forcible-entry capabilities such that when needed, they are equipped, trained, and ready to complete the mission.
An Army wife and former family readiness group leader asserts that that the Army has outgrown the family readiness group system and calls for an engaged leader paradigm to take its place.
As the Army design doctrine has evolved, so has the design curriculum at the U.S. Army’s School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS).
The author proposes a new Army for a new era.
In wars among the people, women are a necessary component of the total fight.
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COL John J. Smith retired on 31 July 2013 after nearly 32 years on active duty in the Army, the last five as Editor-in-Chief of Military Review.