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                   74 Straight Line
2LT Sam Chelanga
A man does not call a line crooked unless he has some idea of a straight line.
76 Understanding Platoon Leadership
1LT Joseph B. Obregon
It all boils down to working hard and being that leader that is selfless and humble.
80 Trace Itallienne
SSG Benjamin Battiste
Interlocking fields of fire when setting up a defensive position have a history of more than 500 years.
84 The Guardians of American Society: Plato’s “The Republic” as
a Foundation for Military Recruitment and Training
CPT Robert Best
Continuing to provide initial training for service members that instills strong character traits, ethics, and virtues will ensure our military remains professional.
88 The Fallacy of Inspiration
CPT Elliot Freeman
How do we effectively mold Trainees to become committed and mitigate attrition rates?
92 Better Today Then Yesterday
Michael Ryan
How a command focus on organizational climate, culture and strategy is improving Fort Jackson, SC every day.
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