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ARMOR September-October 2012

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Making a Cavalry Scout
by CPT John D. Grounds, CPT Jonathan K. Goodman and SSG Jason P. McMullen

Armor Basic Officer Course Outcomes
by CPT Matthew J. Quiggle

19K One-Station Unit Training: Creating the Army’s Future Tank Forces
by 1-81 Armor Battalion command team

The Foundations of Maintenance Support: Training as 91As and 91Ms in Advanced Individual Training
by CPT Daniel Lichlyter

Into the Future with Mounted-Maneuver Reconnaissance
by Dr. Robert S. Cameron

Stryker Mobile Gun System Gunnery at Battalion and Brigade Level
by CPT Jay Sean Tomlinson and 1LT Bryce M. Markiewicz

Targeting the Complex Threat: The Art and Best Practices of Targeting During Reconnaissance Operations
by MAJ Morrie J. Fanto

Information-Collection Rehearsals in the Brigade Combat Team
by MAJ Michael J. Childs

Intelligence Support to Combined-Arms Maneuver
by MAJ Michael J. Childs

Simulations: Picking the Right Tool for Training
by CPT Edward R. Stoltenberg

How a New Drive Train Can Get the Armed Forces’ Tactical Vehicles Off-Road and Avoid Improvised Explosive Devices
by Richard G. DuVall and Bob Hoetzel



Commandant’s Hatch
by COL Paul J. Laughlin, Commandant, U.S. Army Armor School

Gunner’s Seat
by CSM Miles S. Wilson, Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Armor School

Shoulder-sleeve Insignia: 89th Cavalry Regiment