Soldiers Magazine

Monthly magazine provides news and information about Army operations and policies

Articles from Vol. 59, No. 1, January

54 Reasons to Join the Army National Guard
1. Defend Freedom. 2. Uphold the tradition of the Minuteman, ready to serve at a moments notice. 3. Be a member of America's oldest military institution. 4. Learn new skills and gain experience that will change your outlook on life. (5.)...
Active Army Installations (USA)
Post information includes ZIP code or APO, followed by phone numbers for the installation operator. Some installations have also provided Web site addresses. A ALABAMA Anniston Army Depot 36201-4199 (256) 235-7501 (DSN) 571-1110 ...
Army Careers
THE Army's military occupational specialties are divided into broad categories that include the enlisted career-management fields, warrant officer career branches and officer career branches, plus officer and medical functional areas. As the Army's...
Army National Guard Installations
National Guard Bureau National Guard Readiness Center Arlington, VA 22202-3259 (703) 607-2611 (DSN 327) www.arng.army.mil State-owned/State-operated and Federally owned/State-operated facilities: A ALABAMA Fort McClellan 36205 (256)...
Department of the Army
Washington DC 20310-0200 Throughout this past year, the Army has continued to wage the war on terrorism. Around the world, Soldiers perform with determination, skill, and courage. Your contributions to Operation Noble Eagle, Operation Enduring Freedom,...
Force Structure
THE basic building block of all Army organizations is the individual Soldier. A small group of Soldiers organized to maneuver and fire is called a squad. As elements of the Army's organizational structure become larger units, they contain more and...
Major Equipment
M-16 Rifle Type: Assault rifle Entered Army service: 1964 Variants: M-16A1/A2/A3 Specifications: Caliber: 5.56 mm Weight: 7.5 lbs Range: 800 m Rate of fire: variable, depending on rate selected [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] ...
Our Army at War ... Relevant & Ready: Moving from the Current Force to the Future Force ... Now!
* To reflect wartime realities * To incorporate "next generation" capabilities * To keep Soldiers first * To develop a Joint and. Expeditionary Mindset MOVIING FROM THE CURRENT FORCE TO THE FUTURE FORCE ... NOW! TRAIN AND EQUIP SOLDIERS...
Situation Report
Force Strength Active-Army Personnel U.S. Army Civilians * 2003 494k 197k 2004 485k 199k 2001 476k 195k * Appropriated-funed employees only. Note: Table...
The Way Ahead
KEY PARTNER OF THE JOINT TEAM The Army, as a key partner in the Joint Team, remains fully engaged around the globe in fulfilling our responsibilities to national security. Additionally, the most salient aspect of the current security environment...
This Is Our Army 2003
The following pages focus on activities of America's Army over the past year. At no time in our nation's history has an Army been asked to do so much with so few Soldiers. But, when the democracy called, the men and women of our Army answered. On...