Leave No Soldier Behind

Gregory, Lisa
April 2005
Soldiers;Apr2005, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p40
Focuses on the battlefield training of the U.S. Army through the Army Personnel Recovery Office. Missions studies conducted to accurately determine where soldiers would be and the threat conditions they would face which is incorporated personnel-recovery training; Importance of accountability in the personnel-recovery process; Contention of Lieutenant Colonel William Leary of the Forces Command's Aviation Division that personnel recovery is a function of planning, preparation, and accountability.


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