Academic journal article Military Review

From the Editor

Academic journal article Military Review

From the Editor

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Beginning with the May-June 1996 edition of Military Review, we will mail the journal under a new distribution scheme that will correct inaccuracies under the current system, better serve our intended audience and, in combination with Military Review's electronic "on line" journal, cut our production costs by almost 50 percent.

The current distribution scheme is based on one per general officer and one per five field grade officers in the Active Army and one per headquarters (battalion and higher) in the Army National Guard and US Army Reserve. The data base for this distribution scheme is antiquated, with numerous inaccuracies that cannot be easily corrected-now or in the future-without direct notification from the organizations themselves, some of which no longer even exist.

The new distribution scheme is based on one per 10 officers for major commands, corps, divisions, major staff agencies, garrison commands, Army schools, Reserve commands and Cadet Command organizations. Medical commands, hospitals and units will receive Military Review on the basis of one per 25 officers. Brigades and battalions in both the Active and Reserve components will receive from one to five copies, based on the units' assigned field grade officer strength.

This new system will be continuously updated through a data base provided by a contractor to the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, which maintains a mailing list for all organizations in the Army. …

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