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ARMY Magazine - March 2002
03/01/2002

Volume 52, Number 3

Listed below are selected articles and features of our March 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/March 1952 (03/01/2002)
March 1952 Timeline

'Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death' (03/01/2002)
If the objectives of our war on terrorism are valid then the commitment of our soldiers fully and completely to the task is not only justified but also an absolute requirement.

An Adaptive Army: Myth and Reality (03/01/2002)
An adaptive Army is a good approach to ensure that we have the right people assigned to the right organizational design for the future. Let's just be sure that we do not let some common myths lead us in the wrong direction without a thorough vetting of the data and the potential results.

Special Forces Honored for Heroism and Valor (03/01/2002)
Soldiers of the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) received awards for their service in Afghanistan during a fitting tribute at Fort Campbell, Ky.

Ammunition Forward:The U.S. Ordnance Corps at Kunu-Ri, Korea (03/01/2002)
In the face of the Communist Chinese offensives in the Korean War's first winter, Col. John A. Harbert and the men of the 630th Ammunition Company remained forward and continually resupplied hard-pressed U.S. forces with desperately needed munitions.

The Legacy of West Point (03/01/2002)
A survey of West Point's long history and its many prominent personalities is also the story of the United States in many ways.

West Point Bicentennial (03/01/2002)
For 200 Years the U.S. Military Academy at West Point has developed leaders formed by the principles of "Duty, Honor, Country" and continues that great tradition today.

Letters (03/01/2002)
LETTERS / MARCH 2002

Washington Report (03/01/2002)
WASHINGTON REPORT / MARCH 2002

The IBCT Tactical Operations Center (03/01/2002)
The IBCT Tactical Operations Center

News Call (03/01/2002)
NEWS CALL / MARCH 2002

Book Reviews (03/01/2002)
REVIEWS / MARCH 2002






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