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- ISBN: pcc9780883636404
- ISBN: 0883631016
- ISBN: 076076221X
- ISBN: 9780760762219
- Physical Description: 352 pages : illustrations (some color), photos, ports. (some color) ; 36 cm.
- Publisher: Arlington, Va. : Army Historical Foundation ; c2001.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (p. 346) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| No substitute for victory : America's Army -- yesterday, today, and tomorrow / Eric K. Shinseki -- Selected milestones in the history of America's Army / Raymond K. Bluhm, Jr. -- This we'll defend : the spirit of the United States Army, 1775-2000 / Harold W. Nelson -- The great chiefs and commanders / Samuel J. Newland -- Top soldiers : the noncommissioned officers of the Army / Scott Garrett -- Brotherhood of the brave : the Army's Medal of Honor heroes / Bruce Jacobs -- The Army and the building of the nation : soldiers who waged peace and progress / Harold W. Nelson -- Where soldier leadership begins : the evolution of Army schools and training / Gordon R. Sullivan -- Army blues to olive drab : a modern fighting force takes the field / Cole Kingseed -- Khaki to Army green / Lewis Sorley -- Patriots all of the time : the Guard and Reserve : only in America / Bruce Jacobs -- America's Army tomorrow : technology to win the land battles of the future / Clayton R. Newell.
|Summary, etc.:|| Written by an outstanding team, The Army has over 350 pages of riveting and informative text and stories of the Army experience. Essays on U.S. Army history and today's soldiers focus not only on the tanks, helicopters, vehicles, and weapons, but especially on the people that make it all work. The thoughtful incorporation of full-color and vintage photography, portraits, recruiting posters, and historically inspired paintings complements the text while adding the excitement that only spectacular illustrations can bring to a book.
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