Год / месяц: 2016/10-12
Формат: PDF - 12 MB
ARMOR is a professional-development magazine published by the U.S. Army Armor School. The Chief of Armor provides the magazine as a forum for the Soldiers and leaders under his proponency to explain, digest or debate Army and Armor Branch doctrine, policy or other career-related issues or information. ARMOR focuses on Armor and Cavalry Soldiers up to the battalion and brigade level as well as on Army-wide concerns and issues that affect Armor and Cavalry formations.
5 So You’ve Got a DATE with a Combat Training Center?
COL Esli Pitts
12 Maximizing Combat Training Center Rotations
CPT Robert W. Stillings Jr.
14 Lessons-Learned for a Tank Company at Joint Readiness Training Center
CPT Ben Staats
19 Logistics Forecasting and Estimates in the Brigade Combat Team
CPT Michael Johnson and LTC Brent Coryell
27 1/101st (Bastogne) Lessons-Learned from Joint Readiness Training Center
MAJ Rick Montcalm and MAJ Joseph Mickley
30 Heavy Weapons in a Light Airborne World
CPT Michael F.R. Freeman
35 Troop-Level Mission Command: A Troop Commander’s Approach
MAJ Amos C. Fox
40 2016 Sullivan Cup: Demonstrating Mastery of Fundamentals and Relentless
Pursuit of Excellence
COL John M. Cushing and MAJ Wes Wilhite
44 JAGIC 101 – an Army Leader’s Guide
MAJ James P. Kane Jr.
48 Developing the Panther: Valuable Lessons in Rapid Development, Fielding
MAJ Matthew Prescott
53 Integrate Cognitive Training to Optimize Performance
CPT Aaron Price
58 The Tactical Intelligence Officer’s Role in the Stryker Cavalry Squadron
1LT Mike Dompierre
63 Ranger School Provides Tips for Shaping Training Plans
COL David G. Fivecoat, CPT Ronnie L. Cunningham Jr., CPT Sam S. Rieger
68 The Overlooked Mentors
MAJ Terron Wharton