Volume 53, Number 1
Listed below are selected articles and features of our April January 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/January 1953 (01/01/2003)|
January 1953 Timeline
|Expending the Force III (01/01/2003)|
Given the apparent disinterest in any increase in Army end strength, it is hard to believe that a privatization program will contribute much if anything to long-term combat effectiveness.
|'Soldiers Still Count' (01/01/2003)|
Boots on the ground, before, during and after conflicts, still spell success that sticks for a while, and is understood and respected as such. All else is artificial to the human psyche, and temporary.
|Army Aviation Modernization (01/01/2003)|
Through smart designs and recapitalization, Army Aviation will help ensure that our Objective Force has unmatched agility, mobility and lethality.
|Factors of Conflict in the Early 21st Century (01/01/2003)|
Force structure, doctrine, materiel and training must all adapt to change. Armies that succeed in the new era of warfare will not be optimized for high-speed tactical momentum, but rather for operational and strategic mobility and adaptability.
|Mobility, Vigilance, Justice (01/01/2003)|
After World War II the 4th Armored Division became the U.S. Constabulary, tasked with keeping order in the American zone of post-war Germany.
|Training Leaders, Soldiers and Units for the Future Force (01/01/2003)|
A transformation in Army Aviation training is needed to make a transformed Army a reality, and the U.S. Army Training Center at Fort Rucker, Ala., is up to the challenge.
LETTERS / JANUARY 2003
|Washington Report (01/01/2003)|
WASHINGTON REPORT / JANUARY 2003
|Apache Longbow Upgrade Program (01/01/2003)|
SOLDIER ARMED / JANUARY 2003
|News Call (01/01/2003)|
NEWS CALL / JANUARY 2003
REVIEWS / JANUARY 2003