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    • America’s first battles 1776-1965.

    • Waldrep, Ruel
    • “A theme of the book, America’s First Battles 1776-1965, expands on how – and - why - the U.S. military has repeatedly been unprepared to execute its primary mission at the outbreak of hostilities” (USASMA), (p 3). Since its’ beginning...
    • Vietnam and Desert Storm.

    • Winters, Steven B.
    • “An insurgency is organized movement aimed at the overthrow of a constituted government through use of subversion and armed conflict”. (Department of the Army, 2004, p.1) This alternative to the constituted government being overthrown is called...
    • Recruiting: the making of a leader.

    • Robinson, Darryl W.
    • “And the #1 Company in USAREC (United States Army Recruiting Command) is,” I sat there knowing which company would be the recipient of this award. Everyone in the room knew which company would be the recipient of this award. It would be the...
    • Brave rifles.

    • Reiss, Clinton J.
    • “Brave Rifles! Veterans! “You have been baptized in fire and blood and have come out steel” Quote by General Winfield Scott. The 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment is one of the last Cavalry units I have been assigned to that maintains their long...
    • Study of military history.

    • Acosta, Brenda L.
    • “By personal study of history and the art and science of leadership, one understands what worked and what did not. In a letter to his son on the eve of D-Day, George S. Patton wrote: “To be a successful soldier you must know history. Read it...
    • Arctic warfare heats up; are we ready?

    • Vazquez
    • “Climate is what you expect, but weather is what you get.” The scope of this paper will illustrate the complications of Arctic Warfare such as: Terrain, Potential Threats in Cold Weather Regions, The Conduct of Operations, and Experiences of...
    • Learning from military mistakes.

    • Moore, Lillie R.
    • “History is a catalogue of mistakes. It is our duty to profit from them.” (B.H. Liddell Hart) Military professionals must study and know our history – especially our military history. Our past gives many examples military successes and...
    • Empowerment the noncommissioned officer.

    • Young , Angela
    • “I am a Noncommissioned Officer, a leader of Soldiers. As a Noncommissioned Officer, I realize that I am a member of a time-honored corps, known as “The Backbone of the Army.” ( Fisch & Wright 1989, p. 4). One of the Commanders'...
    • Audie Murphy.

    • Upton, R.
    • “Lead from the front.” This was a quote from one of the greatest veterans of World War II. What exactly does this mean, lead from the front? It is the very being of every Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Military. Col. Fulton, FATC...
    • Women’s history in armed conflicts.

    • Gutierrez, John B.
    • “Military institutions and their needs (not women’s needs) determine women’s role in the armed forces” (Skaine, 1999, p. 45). Despite various roles in the military of the past, women have earned a more prominent role in current military...
    • Evolution of women in combat.

    • Gutierrez, John B.; Suri, Frank T.; Carland, Richard L.; Million, Will T.
    • “Military institutions and their needs (not women’s needs) determine women’s role in the armed forces” (Skaine, 1999, p. 45). Despite various roles in the military of the past, women have earned a more prominent role in current military...
    • NCO history: 1945 – present.

    • Hauan, Tammy
    • “No one is more professional than I. I am a Noncommissioned Officer, a leader of soldiers. As a Noncommissioned Officer, I realize that I am a member of a time honored corps, which is known as "The Backbone of the Army". I am proud of the Corps...
    • NCOs of the Lewis and Clark expedition.

    • Selman, Steven
    • “On March 31, 1804, CPT Lewis divided the expedition into three squads and appointed Floyd, Pryor, and Ordway, as sergeants, each in charge of a squad” (Ambrose 131). They would be the NCO Corps of what historians now call the “Corps of...

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