May 2000
Infantry;May-Aug2000, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p7
Presents news items concerning the Infantry division of the United States Army, compiled as of May 2000. Manuals that were approved for distribution; Search of the 75th Ranger Regiment for infantry officers; Army National Guard's need for Observer/Controller Augmentees to cover the Joint Readiness Training Rotation.


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