Volume 51, Number 7
Listed below are selected articles and features of our July 2001 issue. To read all the articles in ARMY Magazine, join AUSA and get a subscription as part of your membership.
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|Korean War at 50 /July 1951 (07/01/2001)|
July 1951 Timeline
|Army Special Forces' Training Focuses on Unconventional Warfare (07/01/2001)|
Through unconventional warfare, Special Forces can keep small conflicts from becoming large ones and can greatly enhance conventional operations in an active theater.
|The Front Line of the Future (07/01/2001)|
In an increasingly dangerous world, Special Forces will contribute greatly to reducing the need for committing conventional forces.
|Special Forces Reemphasizes its Roots (07/01/2001)|
During a rotation to the Joint Readiness Training Center, the 3rd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), emphasized training for unconventional warfare.
|Special Forces Initiates its First Transformation Steps (07/01/2001)|
Special Forces is working with the interim brigade combat teams at Fort Lewis, Wash., to be on the leading edge of Army transformation.
|A Talk with Gen. Shelton (07/01/2001)|
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Henry H. Shelton, is interviewed by Tom Philpott about Kosovo, TRICARE and other Army issues.
|Army Civilians: Commitment Up Front on Freedom's Frontier (07/01/2001)|
In South Korea, Army civilians play a vital role, ensuring support for a strong defense.
|Washington Report (07/01/2001)|
WASHINGTON REPORT / July 2001
|The Ranger Special Operations Vehicle (RSOV) (07/01/2001)|
SOLDIER ARMED / July 2001
|News Call (07/01/2001)|
NEWS CALL / July 2001
|Book Reviews (07/01/2001)|
REVIEWS / JULY 2001