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Background Briefs are informal papers addressing a wide range of topics to include country profiles, military organizations, subject matter primers and history.
Defense Reports are short pieces designed to provide information on topics that will stimulate discussion and further public understanding of the Army's role in national defense.
|Land Warfare Papers|
Scholarly research papers of up to 10,000 words that contribute to a better understanding of a particular defense or national security historical issue.
Landpower Essays provide an outlet for original essays on topics designed to stimulate professional discussion and further public awareness of the Landpower aspects of national security.
|National Security Watch|
This series is designed to provide news and analysis on pertinent national security issues to the members and leaders of the Association of the United States Army and to the larger policymaking community. The content may represent the personal opinions of the author(s) and not necessarily the position of the Association or its members.
NCO Notes is an outlet for short pieces written by NCOs for NCOs. Topics range from leadership techniques to those unwritten "how-to" ideas that make the Army work.
|NCO Update Archive|
NCO UPDATE is published quarterly by the AUSA Institute of Land Warfare to help senior Army noncommissioned officers keep up to date on matters affecting the military profession and to better inform their soldiers. Reproduction is encouraged.
Special Reports cover a wide range of topics depending on the issues affecting the Army and the need for information by the membership and opinion makers.