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ARMY Magazine - September 2004
09/01/2004

Volume 54, Number 9

Listed below are selected articles and features of our September 2004 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
Let’s Get Closer: Remembering the Relevance of Close Combat
The bread and butter of the Army is the close fight.

The Need for a Modern American Militia
Augmentation for the National Guard on the Home Front

More on the National Military Strategy
We can become much better prepared for a second "swift campaign" if we have a larger Army, particularly since our current campaign is not very swift.



SELECTED FEATURES
‘My Guys ... All Shot Up’
Soldiers from Task Force Lancer rolled out of their forward operating base to help pinned-down comrades, and followers of the cleric Muqtada al Sadr waited on rooftops and crouched in alleys to ambush them.

Helping Iraq: A Block-by-Block Battle
American soldiers are trying to prop up Sadr City’s crumbling civic infrastructure under a plan to make life a little better a little at a time.

U.S. and Russian Staffs Conduct Groundbreaking Exercise
At Torgau 2004, soldiers from the U.S. Army Southern European Task Force (Airborne) and their Russian counterparts conducted an unprecedented six-day command post exercise focused on combined operational and tactical and tactical level planning.








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