Land Warrior

August 2008
Soldiers;Aug2008, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p18
The article presents information on the Land Warrior program of the U.S. Army. The service is planning to equip an entire brigade combat team with the high-technology system which increases mission speed and effectiveness. The program was effectively used by the soldiers of the 4th Brigade, 9th Infantry Regiment in 2007. The advantages provided by the program to U.S. soldiers are also discussed.


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