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ARMY Magazine - July 2003
07/01/2003

Volume 53, Number 7

Listed below are selected articles and features of our July 2003 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 Deprofessionalization of the Military Service? (07/01/2003)
Policy initiatives conceived without adequate consideration of the basic spiritual pride which stimulates people to join and remain with the armed forces are high-risk propositions.

Caveat Emptor (07/01/2003)
Caveat emptor is an apt warning in these days of immediate expressions of lessons learned from the Iraqi Freedom campaign.

Korean War at 50/July 1953 (07/01/2003)
July 1953 Timeline

Maintaining Impartiality in War Reporting: Imperative or Impossible (07/01/2003)
Maintaining journalistic integrity is something for which the modern media need to strive.

Combat (07/01/2003)
To gain more than a glimmer of what combat is like and to better understand the sacrifice of our soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines in Operation Iraqi Freedom, we might ponder works of history along with some fiction and good movies.

Baghdad: Aftermath and Prelude (07/01/2003)
The battle for Baghdad ended suddenly, and soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) quickly shifted to security and support operations after several weeks of combat operations inside Iraq.

The "Warfighter Mindset" and the War in Iraq (07/01/2003)
The Vipers, 1st Battalion (Attack), 3rd Aviation Regiment, fired the first direct fire shots of the ground war and proved their adaptability in combat during the drive to Baghdad in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

A Monument for a New Century (07/01/2003)
The striking Ulysses S. Grant Memorial, 20 years in the making and dedicated in 1922, has suffered an undeserved obscurity as it watches over the National Mall. Its message for the last century, however, emphasizing the enduring values of service and sacrifice, remains relevant in this century.

Letters (07/01/2003)
LETTERS / JULY 2003

Washington Report (07/01/2003)
WASHINGTON REPORT / JULY 2003

What They Don't Teach You at Leavenworth (07/01/2003)
Action Officer's Orientation

"TROJAN SPIRIT LITE" (07/01/2003)
SOLDIER ARMED /JULY 2003

News Call (07/01/2003)
NEWS CALL / JULY 2003

Book Reviews (07/01/2003)
REVIEWS / JULY 2003






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