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ARMY Magazine - May 2001
05/01/2001

Volume 51, Number 5

Listed below are selected articles and features of our May 2001 issue. To read all the articles in ARMY Magazine, join AUSA and get a subscription as part of your membership.

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Sharpening the Offensive Edge (05/01/2001)
With the end of the Cold War, the Army should focus more on offensive abilities.

Army Structure: A Primer (05/01/2001)
With the Secretary of Defense's Review as well as the Quadrennial Defense Review looming, the Army needs to explain the importance of its own structure and why that structure should remain.

Logistics: Flexing Muscle for Army Transformation (05/01/2001)
A lighter logistical footprint is vital to Army transformation.

The Army Medical Department's Transformation (05/01/2001)
"The Army Medical Department is transforming the peacetime health care delivery system and the field systems that support our soldiers when they go to war."

The Fort Bliss Museum (05/01/2001)
The Fort Bliss Museum offers a glimpse of Army frontier life.

Outcomes Management at Walter Reed: A Transformation of Army Health Care (05/01/2001)
A new approach at Walter Reed combines computer-assisted patient feedback, patient-care teams and traditional hands-on patient care to improve Army health care.

TRICARE for Life: The Affordability of a Priceless Benefit (05/01/2001)
Congress sends a message that military beneficiaries will not be abandoned, but funding is not yet resolved.

Logistics: Flexing Muscle For Army Transormation (05/01/2001)
Getting there with muscle matters. In today¹s world, time matters, too, which poses a challenge to the U.S. Army. As Army Chief of Staff Gen. Eric K. Shinseki has pointed out, our heavy forces are too heavy, and our light forces lack staying power.

Letters (05/01/2001)
LETTERS / MAY 2001

Washington Report (05/01/2001)
WASHINGTON REPORT / MAY 2001

The M7 Forward Repair System: A Logistical Breath of 'Fresh' Air (05/01/2001)
SOLDIER ARMED / May 2001

News Call (05/01/2001)
NEWS CALL / MAY 2001

Book Reviews (05/01/2001)
REVIEWS / MAY 2001






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