The Army in the Pacific

Harding, Steve
October 2005
Soldiers;Oct2005, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p12
This article presents an interview with United States Army, Pacific, commander Lieutenant General John M. Brown. Brown talked about the United States Pacific Command team's missions and capabilities. Another primary reason is to ensure that well-trained, well-equipped and competently led forces are provided to fight the global war on terrorism.


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