Volume 53, Number 11
Listed below are selected articles and features of our November 2003 issue. To read all the articles in ARMY Magazine, join AUSA and get a subscription as part of your membership.
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|Dispatched to Dover (11/01/2003)|
A pilot recalls bringing a fallen soldier home and giving him the respect he deserved.
|The Cost of Doing Business (11/01/2003)|
The Army needs to recognize that there is a cost of doing business that demands action now to assure the sustaining effort that long wars demand.
|The Race to Win the Peace (11/01/2003)|
In the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) area of responsibility, soldiers are working to remold Iraq as a democracy, improve the people’s lives and prevail in the stabilization phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
|World War II Memorial Nears Completion (11/01/2003)|
The National World War II Memorial, with its 56 pillars representing America’s states and territories during the war, nears completion on Washington D.C.’s National Mall.
|The 3rd Infantry Division in World War II (11/01/2003)|
From North Africa to Sicily and through continental Europe, the 3rd Infantry Division took the war to the Axis powers and earned 36 Medals of Honor in the process.
|Two Rhode Island National Guard Soldiers Die in Iraq (11/01/2003)|
Two soldiers were killed and another wounded, all with the 115th Military Police Company, Rhode Island Army National Guard. They were protecting a convoy at the time.
LETTERS / NOVEMBER 2003
|Washington Report (11/01/2003)|
WASHINGTON REPORT / NOVEMBER 2003
|New Equipment (11/01/2003)|
SOLDIER ARMED / NOVEMBER 2003
|News Call (11/01/2003)|
NEWS CALL / NOVEMBER 2003
REVIEWS / NOVEMBER 2003