Army Garrison Operations for 2014 and Beyond

Arbogast, Matthew S.
January 2014
Army Sustainment;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p19
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the importance for the U.S. Army to revisit the core competencies in crafting leaders to effectively manage human and capital resources to meet the demands of their global war on terrorism. He cites the challenges of the Army in managing its declining resources and monetary constraints following the September 9, 2011 incident in the country. However, the author also recommends several measures for the Army to bring back the capabilities of its leaders.


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