Volume 52, Number 9
Listed below are selected articles and features of our September 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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|Korean War at 50/September 1952 (09/01/2002)|
September 1952 Timeline
|Challenges of Urban Warfare as we Transform (09/01/2002)|
The full spectrum of world cityscapes must help prompt thinking about urban warfare as a condition-set norm for our Army and other service transformations, ongoing and anticipated.
|What to Hope For (09/01/2002)|
Hope is not a method, but we need it today if only to hope that our military leaders will not be incorporating it in any future plans or strategies.
|Leadership in Battle: The Siege at Chipyong-Ni (09/01/2002)|
In one of the most bitterly contested engagements of the Korean War, Col. Paul Freeman defended the surrounded town of Chipyong-ni from the Chinese Communist Forces for ten days. Col. Freeman’s organizational leadership during the battle is worthy of study by all officers.
|Forgotten Fronts, Forgotten Heroes (09/01/2002)|
U.S. soldiers have helped keep the peace in Bosnia for nearly seven years and for more than three years in Kosovo. As time passes, success in the Balkans has become increasingly overlooked.
|Rapid Guardian - Testing the Big Stick (09/01/2002)|
The Rapid Guardian exercise tested U.S. Army Europe’s capability to quickly reinforce the Balkans.
|Sergeants' Time (09/01/2002)|
The Bosnia and Kosovo missions are primarily accomplished at the squad and section levels. Two NCOs talk about their jobs.
|FOB Connor -- On the Dark Side of Bosnia (09/01/2002)|
Soldiers at Forward Operating Base Connor patrol some of the bloodiest territory of the Bosnian war.
|Keeping Watch on Kosovo (09/01/2002)|
Soldiers help maintain the peace in Kosovo from bases scattered around their sector.
|Training -- Keeping the Peace While Preparing for War (09/01/2002)|
Soldiers and small units have been able to continue warfighting training while conducting the peacekeeping mission.
|West Point in the Making of America, 1802-1918 (09/01/2002)|
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History will display the history of the United States Military Academy, emphasizing the early military history and development of the nation.
|America's Hispanics in America's Wars (09/01/2002)|
From the American Revolution to today, Americans from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America have risked their lives in defense of the United States.
LETTERS / SEPTEMBER 2002
|Washington Report (09/01/2002)|
WASHINGTON REPORT / SEPTEMBER 2002
|FMTV A1 Program Update (09/01/2002)|
SOLDIER ARMED / September 2002
|News Call (09/01/2002)|
NEWS CALL / SEPTEMBER 2002
|Book Reviews (09/01/2002)|
REVIEWS / SEPTEMBER 2002