Volume 52, Number 6
Listed below are selected articles and features of our June 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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|The Army's Birthday (06/01/2002)|
I certainly could not predict any of the bumps in the road we have encountered in the ensuing 12 months, but our soldiers did not let any of those bumps throw them. They continue to move out toward their objectives, and we applaud their success.
|Killing Snakes: Lessons Learned From ihe Fighting in Afghanistan (06/01/2002)|
We must be prepared and willing to employ a joint ground-air-sea team to kick a few rocks and find, fix and kill these snakes.
|The Future of Land Warfare: An Opinion (06/01/2002)|
Realizing that the soldiers fighting in Afghanistan today will not be the ones fighting two years from now, we must build the sustaining base and maintain the combat force for today’s operations.
|Korean War at 50/June 1952 (06/01/2002)|
June 1952 Timeline
|The Mountains (06/01/2002)|
As Operation Anaconda ended, soldiers launched a sweep into the towering mountains of eastern Afghanistan and partly settled a score.
|The Valleys (06/01/2002)|
The al Qaeda and Taliban built a stronghold in Ginger Valley and left a string of ammunition caches when they fled. They are not there any longer.
|The Soldiers (06/01/2002)|
They are ordinary heroes, the kind of Americans who always have fought and won our wars.
|The Readiness (06/01/2002)|
In the war on terrorism, soldiers can never be sure when or under what conditions they will be called to fight.
|Afghanistan SITREP (06/01/2002)|
Pressure remains unrelenting on the scattered al Qaeda and Taliban forces in Afghanistan.
|A Strategy for Peace (06/01/2002)|
The U.S. Army Security Assistance Command sells, grants, leases and lends defense equipment and services to friendly foreign governments, a vital role in the war against terrorism.
|The Army Game Project (06/01/2002)|
The Army has created a "video game" to communicate the Army story to today’s youths and show that the Army is an elite, innovative and high-tech organization.
|Put Me in, Coach! (06/01/2002)|
From experimental force to deployable unit, the 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) has proved itself to be a valuable investment for the Army.
|Washington Report (06/01/2002)|
WASHINGTON REPORT / JUNE 2002
|LOSAT: Line of Sight Antitank (06/01/2002)|
SOLDIER ARMED / JUNE 2002
|News Call (06/01/2002)|
NEWS CALL / JUNE 2002
|Book Reviews (06/01/2002)|
REVIEWS / JUNE 2002