The Way Ahead

January 2006
Soldiers;Jan2006, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p28
The article discusses the efforts of the U.S. Army to enhance the force's combat capabilities and operations. The transformation strategies of the Army include training of soldiers as world-class warriors, attainment of quality of life that matches the quality of its soldiers and the establishment of an infrastructure and information network. An outline of the objectives of the Army Campaign Plan is provided. The key aspects of the Army's transformation that affects the current force include integration of component technology of Future Combat Systems, development of networked information systems and modernization of institutional army procedures.


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