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CMH Pub. 30-21. Army Historical Series. Richard W. Stewart, General Editor. Revision of the 1989 edition which was a revision of a textbook written for the senior ROTC courses. Contains an historical survey of the organization and accomplishments of the United States Army. Designed to inculcate in young officers and soldiers an awareness of our nation's military past and to demonstrate to them that the study of military history is an essential ingredient in leadership development. Intended primarily for use in the American Military History course in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps program in civilian colleges and universities. Casebound with laminated, illustrated cover.
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Audience: This publication would be useful to new members of the military to train them to recognize the importance of military history to military leadership. In addition, this publication would be beneficial to military leaders teaching new recruits, historians and students studying military history, and members of the general public interested in military history.
Keywords: U.S. Army, U.S. military, development of U.S. military, military training, military, military history, U.S. Army history, united states army and the forging of a nation 1775-1917, Army Historical Series, U.S. Army logistics history, U.S. Army organization history, U.S. Army warfare history
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- Defense Dept., Army, Center of Military History
- Stewart, Richard Winship
- 2005: 425 p.; ill. revised ed.
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- Center of Military History Publication 30 21United States Army and the Forging of a Nation, 1775-1917Army Historical SeriesMilitary HistoryArmy History
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- D 114.19 M 59/3/V.1/TEXT
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