The U.S. Army and the New National Security Strategy

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The U.S. Army and the New National Security Strategy

Edited by Lynn E. Davis
and Jeremy Shapiro

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United States Army

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures xiii
  • Tables xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Acronyms xix
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Chapter Two - The New National Security Strategy 7
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  • Chapter Three - The U.S. Army and the Offensive War on Terrorism 27
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  • Chapter Four - Defining the Army's Homeland Security Needs 61
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  • Chapter Five - The Shift to Asia: Implications for U.S. Land Power 85
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  • Chapter Six - Preparing for Coalition Operations 111
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  • Chapter Eight - Preparing the Army for Joint Operations 163
  • References 188
  • Chapter Nine - Moving Rapidly to the Fight 191
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  • Chapter Ten - Taking Care of People: the Future of Army Personnel 217
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  • Chapter Eleven - Making the Power Projection Army a Reality 239
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  • Chapter Twelve - Resourcing the Twenty-First Century Army 255
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  • Chapter Thirteen - Refining Army Transformation 293
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