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Articles from Infantry Magazine (October 1, 2015)

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A pattern of neglect: the concerning state of army counseling. Granai, Tad 2015
ABNSOTD tests, evaluates airborne equipment. Slaven, William 1500
Adjusting the training: paradigm to 'win in a complex world'. Kim, Ed 3006
Black Ops Vietnam, The Operational History of MACVSOG. Timmers, Chris 808
Counterinsurgency: What the United States Learned in Vietnam, Chose to Forget and Needs to Know Today. Baillergeon, Rick 714
Defending the Stongpoint: the Texas Republic's victory at Salado Creek, 1842. Jennings, Nathan 3926
Fires under resolute support: integrating indirect fires in a non-combat mission. Thomas, Steve 1674
Gateway to the battlefield: a sniper and his optic. Rance, Christopher 1247
Heavy weapons gunnery: in an airborne/air assault weapons company. Herger, John M. 2689
Interoperability at JMRC: mission command and the LNO team. O'Reilly, Kenneth; Devlin, James 3084
MCCC student takes part in multinational planning exercise. Hunter, Ben 932
Natick investigates self-healing protective clothing. Benson, Jane 365
OPFOR replication of complex threats at JMRC. Liebhaber, Ryan; Hoffmann, Mario 2497
SI in ranger school: a call for universal leadership principles during a time of transformation. Meyer, Thomas E. 3223
Submit your articles to INFANTRY Magazine. 218
The art vs science of maneuver range planning. Greer, Aaron 1724
The battle of LZ Albany. Henry, J. Dallas 2988
The battle of LZ X-ray: personal experience of a company commander. Edwards, Robert H. 6879
The battle of Suoi Tre: reunion gives chance to share experiences, lessons learned. Comeau, William; Loflin, Andrew 3018
The lost art of dismounted land navigation. Vickery, John P. 1200
Training with the ITE capability. Patton, Scott 2266
Unraveling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq. Wilkins, Sam 1026
Winning the last battle: inactivation. Ingalls, Aubrey 2073

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