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The U.S. Army is now in the process of transforming itself to meet security interests and the need for land power that span the globe, now and in the future. The following essays are representative of current thinking at the U.S. Army War College by students considering the nature and direction of this transformation. Dr. Williamson Murray s introduction sets the historical context for military transformation, comparing the modern European example with recent U.S. efforts in military innovation. The remaining essays address four themes: the nature of the transformed Army, building irreversible momentum for transformation, improving strategic responsiveness, and how to achieve transformation in key areas.
defense transformation; revolution in military affairs; core competencies; Murray; strategic responsiveness; 21st century; modern; US Army War College
Murray, Williamson Dr., "Army Transformation: A View from the U.S. Army War College" (2001). Monographs, Books, and Publications. 109.