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The U.S. Army in transition II : landpower in the information age

Author: Frederic Joseph Brown
Publisher: Washington : Brassey's (US), ©1993.
Series: AUSA Institute of Land Warfare book.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The U.S. Army again faces a major turning point. Having proven in the Gulf War that it has fully recovered from its post-Vietnam low, it must adapt to the high-technology challenges of the Information Age in a post-Cold War world of reduced defense expenditures. The last time the Army was drastically downsized - just after World War II - the result was the nearly catastrophic rout of its forces in Korea. This is a
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Brown, Frederic Joseph.
U.S. Army in transition II.
Washington : Brassey's (US), ©1993
(OCoLC)608112662
Online version:
Brown, Frederic Joseph.
U.S. Army in transition II.
Washington : Brassey's (US), ©1993
(OCoLC)622190762
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederic Joseph Brown
ISBN: 0028810341 9780028810348
OCLC Number: 25746462
Description: xvii, 205 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. Challenges of the Information Age. 1. New Challenges to Landpower. 2. Coalition Conflict --
Pt. II. Landpower for the Long Term. 3. A Total Force. 4. Reserve Force Challenges. 5. Reconstitution: Revisiting Global War --
Pt. III. Engines of Change. 6. The Concept-Based Requirements System. 7. The Training Revolution. 8. Blue-, White-, Gold-Collar Landpower. 9. Developing Leaders. 10. The Army of Excellence: A Competence-Based Force --
Pt. IV. Seizing the Future. 11. Exploiting the Computer. 12. The Army: A Vehicle of Social Change. 13. Vital Intangibles of the Profession. 14. Capturing Accelerating Change. 15. The Challenge.
Series Title: AUSA Institute of Land Warfare book.
Other Titles: United States Army in transition II
US Army in transition II
Responsibility: Frederic J. Brown.

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