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ARMY Magazine - May 2002
05/01/2002

Volume 52, Number 5

Listed below are selected articles and features of our May 2002 issue. To read all the articles in ARMY Magazine, join AUSA and get a subscription as part of your membership.

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Afghanistan: Templates and Temptations (05/01/2002)
American troops have shown themselves to be unequaled in combat, but the United States needs to rebuild its conventional war-fighting strength.

Korean War at 50/May 1952 (05/01/2002)
May 1952 Timeline

Gen. Thurman's Impact on Army Writing (05/01/2002)
Gen. Maxwell Thurman may not be in the Army anymore in body, but his spirit certainly lives on in our pens and keyboards.

AMC: The Army's Logistics Center -- Essential in Peace, Indispensable in War (05/01/2002)
As the Army's logistician, the Army Materiel Command is in the right place, at the right time, with the right equipment all the time, and it keeps that equipment working without fail.

Transformation of the Army Medical Department (05/01/2002)
Army medics and the Medical Command have performed magnificently in the war against terror, saving lives at the Pentagon and in Afghanistan and testing for anthrax. Even as the war continues, the Army Medical Department is transforming to meet the needs of tomorrow's Army.

TRICARE for Life: What a Difference a Year Makes (05/01/2002)
In a year's time the Army has gone from deciding how TRICARE for Life would be funded to fixing glitches in the system.

Operations Support Command Puts Logistics Support on the Line (05/01/2002)
The OSC gets combat equipment and other vital materiel from prepositioned stocks all over the world to the fighting front in Afghanistan and other hotspots for the war against terror.

Theater Support Vessel: On the Spearhead of Army Transportation (05/01/2002)
With its ability to load and discharge in less than 20 minutes, the Theater Support Vessel supports Army Transformation, demonstrating one solution to making the current and future Army more operationally and strategically responsive. 

How Much Does a Bullet Cost? (05/01/2002)
Green ammunition, using tungsten instead of lead, eliminates years of costly cleanup and is as effective as lead-based ammunition.

Letters (05/01/2002)
LETTERS / MAY 2002

Washington Report (05/01/2002)
WASHINGTON REPORT / MAY 2002

M9/M11 - The Army's 9 mms (05/01/2002)
SOLDIER ARMED / MAY 2002

News Call (05/01/2002)
NEWS CALL / MAY 2002

Book Reviews (05/01/2002)
REVIEWS / MAY 2002






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