Barbara, Thomas J.
September 2000
Infantry;Sep-Dec2000, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p4
Editorial. Acknowledges the young infantry leaders of the United States Army and their significance to the military organization. Preparations and hardworks to lead an organization under ones command; Opportunity to identify and to promote the desired profession; Challenges to demonstrate and live the military value amid diversity and in combat.


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