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ARMY Magazine - November 2002
11/01/2002

Volume 52, Number 11

Listed below are selected articles and features of our November 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/October & November 1952 (11/01/2002)
October and November 1952

Gen. Ridgway's Personnel Management Policy (11/01/2002)
Before the 82nd Airborne Division left the United States for North Africa, Gen. Matthew Ridgway gathered his officers for a 'how to win a war' speech.

Expending the Force (11/01/2002)
Without long-term preparation, we will see a return to the Vietnam deterioration, and we will exchange the outstanding battlefield superiority we now enjoy for an ever-decreasing effectiveness.

Unconventional Logisitics (11/01/2002)
When U.S. Army Special Forces and CIA teams in Afghanistan needed everything from saddles to special foods to defeat the Taliban, the 21st Theater Support Command delivered.

Army Wives Tell Their Stories (11/01/2002)
Stories from Army spouses are being recorded by the Army Family Oral History Project and stored at the Combined Arms Research Library at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.

The Liberty Memorial (11/01/2002)
Crowds, soldiers and three honored veterans from the "war to end all wars" turned out for the rededication of the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, Mo., which commemorates those who served in World War I.

The Sine Wave of Command (11/01/2002)
The command and control process in military decision making should play out along a sine wave that alternates purposefully between the art and science of command.  The sine wave maintains the balance.

Beyond the Ia Drang Valley (11/01/2002)
Lt. Gen. Hal Moore, USA Ret., returned to his alma mater, West Point, and gave the Cadets an inspiring message on battlefield leadership.

Letters (11/01/2002)
LETTERS / NOVEMBER 2002

Washington Report (11/01/2002)
WASHINGTON REPORT / NOVEMBER 2002

Objective Force Warrior (11/01/2002)
Soldier Armed

News Call (11/01/2002)
NEWS CALL / NOVEMBER 2002

Book Reviews (11/01/2002)
Reviews/November 2002






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