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ARMOR January-February 2014

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The Armored Brigade Combat Team 2014-2024: Improving Abrams Lethality
by MAJ Robert Brown

Integrating Live, Virtual, Constructive Enablers: U.S. Army in Europe’s Ability to Create a Blended Training Environment
by Bradley Joy, Edward Rykard and LTC Andrew L. Green

Cavalry Branch: a Redesignation for the 21st Century
by CPT Nathan A. Jennings

Reconnaissance and Surveillance Leader’s Course
by Nicole Randall

‘Confessions of Mediocrity’
by 1LT Paul A. Brannan

Knowledge Management at the Brigade
by MAJ Thomas E. Laybourn

Observations from the Opposing Force
by CPT Andrew J. Rossow and CPT Amos C. Fox

How We Got Here and Where We Are Going: a Doctrinal Approach to the Health of the Force
by CPT Keith Eisenberger, CPT J.P. Steadman and CPT Nick Knapp



Commandant’s Hatch
by COL Lee Quintas, Commandant, U.S. Army Armor School

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

From the Boresight Line: How Master Gunner Training Improves Unit Readiness
by SFC Edward Rosendale

From the Screen Line: The Lost Art of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield
by MAJ Joseph Byerly and CPT Brian Harris

Saddles and Sabers: Cross-Domain concepts of the Malaya Campaign
by retired U.S. Marine Corps LTC Robert W. Lamont

Battle Analysis: Reconnaissance and Security Fundamentals at Chancellorsville
by CPT Kaleb Blankenship

Reviews: Pacific Blitzkrieg
by retired COL D.J. Judge

Shoulder-sleeve Insignia: 8th Cavalry Regiment