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ARMY Magazine - May 2005

Volume 55, Number 5

Listed below are selected articles and features of our May 2005 issue. To read all the articles in ARMY Magazine, join AUSA and get a subscription as part of your membership.

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Front & Center
Military Art and Science: An Academic Discipline
The question of doctoral programs in the military field may be less pressing than those which have received most of the attention, but there may be a few promising students in such places as the advanced program at Fort Leavenworth who could benefit from the establishment of a doctoral program capping the process.

Selected Features
War on Terrorism Medal of Honor Awarded
SFC Paul Smith gave his life while defending his vastly outnumbered platoon and saving about 100 lives during the drive into Baghdad. In recognition of his heroism, President George W. Bush presented the Medal of Honor to Smith’s family.

The Reconstitution of the USAREUR Fleet
The 21st Theater Support Command’s General Support Repair and Return program fixes damaged vehicles from the war on terror and returns them to the front.

Company Command—Building Combat-Ready Teams: Reflexive Fire Training—Taking Marksmanship to a New Level
Officers in the field share their thoughts on improving reflexive-fire marksmanship drills.

Special Logistics Section
Five stories on Army logistics today and in the future.

1st Infantry Division in Iraq: The Iraqi Elections
The four step process to providing security for the Iraqi elections by ARMY Magazine's Dennis Steele, who was there.