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"Twenty-five years after their 1973 collabortion, The U.S. Army in Transition, authors Zeb B. Bradford Jr. and Frederic J. Brown have teamed up again to present America's Army, an in-depth argument for the Army's cascade of excellence to be exploited and emulated within the cultures and practices of other. . . agencies of federal, state and local governance."
"[A] timely and relevant book. . . . Those involved in defense, management, and leadership will gain immensely from the book's holistic perspective and insightful examples."
"The book is well written and provides a ready reference to the evolution of the American Army in this new world. The detailed presentation of ongoing Army initiatives to achieve its strategic imperatives will inform military professionals and civilian readers alike. Both groups will no doubt benefit from reflection on the policy-strategy-execution recommendations provided by two well-thought leaders."
"America's Army is relevant to the Air Force community insofar as it details, in great depth, the perspective of land-power advocates in the national-security arena. It is important that airpower advocates understand such a perspective in the competition for resources and ideas."
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