U.S. Army North: Protecting the American People

Bielling, Patti
January 2008
Soldiers;Jan2008, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p10
The article discusses the mission of the Soldiers and Civilians of U.S. Army North. According to Army North' chief of future operations, Lou Vogler, as the Army service component of U.S. Northern Command, they directly support the people who live in their own neighborhoods, cities and states. When wildfires threatened thousands of homes in Southern California in October 2007, various elements from Army North deployed as part of the civilian-led response.


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