Transformation: Victory Rests with Small Units

Odom, Thomas P.; Gates, Julius W.; Hardwick, Jack; Ehrlich, Robert
May 2005
Military Review;May/Jun2005, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p81
Provides information on the training of U.S. military infantry platoons for successful operations in the contemporary operating environment. Transformation of Army staff below the brigade level; Observation of the absence of a full-time weapons squad.


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