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Army Press announces a new epub version of “Mission Command in the 21st Century.” This version can be read on a variety of Android devices as well as on most desktop computers. To view this EPUB on your PC […]
The Last Confederate Raid on Missouri In the fall of 1864, a large Confederate force launched a major raid on Missouri. That raid would culminate in the Battle of Westport in Kansas City, a Union victory that effectively ended […]
La nueva edición en español de la revista Military Review. Vea más en: Joomag version PDF version Military Review website
A nova edição brasileira da Military Review. Mais detalhes em: Joomag version PDF version Military Review website
This edition of Military Review includes articles that will shed light on the actions of the Islamic State (IS) and help readers better understand the enemy we face. Download your copy here.
The Staff Ride Team develops and conducts live and virtual staff rides as an educational tool for Soldiers. By focusing on the timeless and universal aspects of warfighting, staff rides provide important insights into military operations, concepts of leadership and […]
The Combat Studies Institute provides a wide range of military historical and educational support to the Combined Arms Center, Training and Doctrine Command, and the United States Army at large. Click here to go to the Combat Studies Institute (CSI) […]
Posted on May 31, 2016 | No CommentsThroughout history, Combat Advisors have played a major role in the advancement of national interests. Since the burgeoning of advanced human civilizations, warriors have been set to the purpose of multiplying force by establishing rapport and enabling allies to […]
Posted on April 26, 2016 | No CommentsWhen my father first embarked on his military career at the ripe age of twenty-one, the American people wholeheartedly supported and stood behind the military, embracing them as the selfless, sacrificial individuals they were. Being in the service was […]
Recruiting Command suffers a range of organizational issues as it strives to meet its commander’s intent. SFC White and Capt. Harmon break down how mission command can be used to improve recruiting efforts.
As the Army transitions away from COIN and continues training for the decisive action fight, assessment processes must follow suit. Currently, adapting the assessment procedure is behind where it needs to be. Colonel Roach and Major White address some of […]