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ARMY Magazine - April 2002
04/01/2002

Volume 52, Number 4

Listed below are selected articles and features of our April 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/ April 1952 (04/01/2002)
April 1952 Timeline

A Lesson From History (04/01/2002)
If the troops currently deploying to the Philippines do as well as the best of the Americans who served there a century ago, they will do very well indeed.

Using Information Technologies to Reduce the Army's Echelons (04/01/2002)
Every echelon between corps and platoon adds value and removing one incurs serious costs in the qualitative aspects of the contest against a thinking and adaptive enemy.

Wars last a long time and the war against terror is no exception (04/01/2002)
A Long Haul

Operation Anaconda: Taking the Fight to the Enemy in Afghanistan (04/01/2002)
In the largest operation of the Afghan campaign thus far, soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), U.S. Army Special Forces, and joint/coalition special operations forces launched attacks to isolate and kill a large band of Taliban/al Qaeda fighters in the mountains south of Gardez.

Another Rendezvous With Destiny (04/01/2002)
The 101st Airborne Division's Task Force Rakkasan deployed from Fort Campbell, Ky., to Kandahar Airport in southern Afghanistan to assume the security mission for the base and stand ready to launch offensive operations such as Operation Anaconda.

A Night With Tiger 2 (04/01/2002)
Scouts depend on their wits and diplomatic skills to operate with anti-Taliban forces at remote outposts.

Army Intelligence Provides the Knowledge Edge (04/01/2002)
Superior intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance are integral to achieving the dominant knowledge the Objective Force will need to see first, understand first, act first and finish decisively.

Intelligence and Electronic Warfare System Modernization (04/01/2002)
Army Transformation will depend on the systematic modernization of intelligence and electronic warfare systems to enable near perfect situational awareness.

Letters (04/01/2002)
LETTERS / APRIL 2002

Washington Report (04/01/2002)
WASHINGTON REPORT / April 2002

Lightweight Counter-Mortar Radar (04/01/2002)
SOLDIER ARMED / APRIL 2002

News Call (04/01/2002)
NEWS CALL / April 2002

Book Reviews (04/01/2002)
REVIEWS / APRIL 2002






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