April 2011
Infantry;Apr/May2011, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p1
The article highlights some of the initiatives and focus areas of the U.S. Army as of April 2011. It discusses force development planning with the Infantry squad as its cornerstone. Considerations that will drive the development of future small units include lethality, mobility and survivability. It details the evaluation of existing programs to address known and future challenges, and the continued development of military education and training programs.


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