Accession Number : ADA285046
Title : Military Review. Volume 74, Number 8, August 1994.
Corporate Author : ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
Report Date : AUG 1994
Pagination or Media Count : 90
Abstract : As the Army moves forward into the 21st century to meet the challenges of the a changing strategic and operational landscape, our forces must be prepared to address issues across the full spectrum of conflict in support of US national strategy. US forces will continue to be committed on short notice as global realities drive home the most essential dynamic of combat power: competent and confident officer and noncommissioned officer leadership. Leaders inspire soldiers with the will to win. They provide purpose, direction and motivation in combat. No peacetime duty is more important for leaders than studying their profession, understanding the human dimension of leadership, becoming tactically and technically proficient and preparing for war. These efforts help them understand the effects of battle on soldiers, units and other leaders. The regular study and teaching of military doctrine, theory, history and biographies of military leaders are invaluable. This issue focuses on leadership and provides unique perspectives on both traditional and nontraditional applications that have much to offer to those who would lead.
Descriptors : *LEADERSHIP, *ARMY, *MILITARY STRATEGY, *MILITARY DOCTRINE, MILITARY FORCES(UNITED STATES), ARMY OPERATIONS, NATIONAL SECURITY, ARMY PLANNING, COMBAT FORCES, COMBAT READINESS, WARFARE, OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS, OPERATIONAL READINESS, OFFICER PERSONNEL, NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS, THEORY, MILITARY HISTORY, FORECASTING, INTERNATIONAL LAW, SOMALIA, CHINA, PERIODICALS, BIBLIOGRAPHIES, ARMY TRAINING.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Military Forces and Organizations
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Government and Political Science
Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE