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"#Leaders must ensure the workplace atmosphere they create is conducive to practices facilitating the sharing of kn… https://t.co/OK5dOS2nyF
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We join the United States Army and the Nation in celebrating Earth Day. Please take the time to find out what the A… https://t.co/5CKzDO5aHy
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Staff Ride Team conducted Gettysburg staff ride for International Military Students (IMS). Over 50 students from 48… https://t.co/TWAXyLAgbc
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Come hear U.S. Army historians discuss the Vietnam War at the "Manpower and Morale After Tet" Symposium, April 27th… https://t.co/aFyYhvP4GP
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Shout out to @ArmyMedHistory for this photo of doctors & nurses in an Army Surgical Hospital, Korea. Surgical teams… https://t.co/8KAUYAYO7q
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Shout out to U.S. Army Medical Command for this photo of doctors & nurses in an Army Surgical Hospital, Korea. Surg… https://t.co/DiY1OG52o5
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The staff ride team's virtual developers built the model of Église Saint-Martin in Pont-à-Mousson for use in the up… https://t.co/7ItPBsuAHA
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Today marks the 77th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. On April 18, 1942, sixteen U.S. Army Air Force B-2… https://t.co/ainZGNFvJR
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International Military Students from CGSC visited the Frontier Army Museum to get a hands-on experience with Civil… https://t.co/A5YFsfSScL
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The staff ride team recently started teaching its CGSOC elective on the Civil War for International Military Students. The course began at the Frontier Army Museum to soak in the material culture the museum offers. Students had the opportunity to get a hands-on experience with Civil War Weapons, artillery projectiles, and to try some homemade hard tack.
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Dr. Chris Carey from #AUPFilms traveled to New Jersey this weekend to discuss our "Stalingrad: The Grain Elevator" documentary with the Joint Force Headquarters of the New Jersey National Guard. Dr. Carey presented the film and discussed the relevance of this particular battle to current and future large-scale combat operations. To watch it yourself and for additional readings, go to https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Educational-Services/Documentaries/Battle-of-Stalingrad/
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From the Editor of the Journal of Military Learning: "Welcome to the April 2019 Journal of Military Learning (JML)… https://t.co/C5zquuJAvi
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This just in from the Editor of the Journal of Military Learning: "Welcome to the April 2019 Journal of Military Learning (JML) edition. As the editor of the JML, I am proud of the tremendous professionalism and dedication that our authors, editors, and reviewers have demonstrated in bringing this issue to you and also proud that we have started our third year of publication" -- Col. Paul E. Berg. Click below to read the newly released issue of the JML.
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#Thisdayinhistory 68 years ago, Pres. Truman relieved GEN MacArthur of command in Korea. Truman, committed to a lim… https://t.co/oRu1IqnMlW
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#ThisDayinHistory. 68 years ago, President Harry Truman relieved GEN Douglas MacArthur of command of U.S. forces in Korea. Truman, committed to a limited war, rejected MacArthur's request to bomb communist China. Truman replaced MacArthur with GEN Ridgway on 11 April 1951. Learn more about MacArthur & Ridgway in #AUPFilms upcoming documentaries. Photo Caption: LTG Matthew Ridgway, MG Doyle Hickey, and GEN Douglas MacArthur, Commander in Chief of United Nations Forces in Korea, in a jeep at a command post, Yang Yang, Korea, approximately 15 miles north of the 38th parallel, 3 April 1951.
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Congratulations to Sgt. Maj. Kanessa Trent, an instructor at the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy, who is the firs… https://t.co/pl1x4RS0qB
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"Korea: Twin Tunnels" Coming Soon! #AUPFilms
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This week marks the anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh. The Combat Studies Institute has published a Staff Ride Ha… https://t.co/FbVYsAHaVg
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This week marks the anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh, the first major battle in the western theater of the Civil War. On April 6, 1862, BG Ulysses S. Grant's Union forces camped between Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, and a small country church named "shiloh." At dawn, Confederate forces under Albert Sidney Johnston pushed Grant's forces back to the Tennessee River, but resistance at the "Hornet's Nest" bought Grant sufficient time to establish a final defensive line. Reinforcements arriving overnight enabled Grant to turn the tables the following day, driving the Confederate forces from the battlefield. The Combat Studies Institute has published a Staff Ride Handbook to the battle in hopes that the events of that "Bloody April" can continue to educate and inspire future generations of Soldiers: https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Portals/7/educational-services/staff-rides/StaffRideHB_Shiloh.pdf
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"Our success as an Army depends upon our ability to build leaders at all levels who recognize when their plan is fa… https://t.co/HHDNun7OoG
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"Our success as an Army depends upon our ability to build leaders at all levels... " argues Gen. Stephen Townsend a… https://t.co/uBzSVEvEkc
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"Our success as an Army depends upon our ability to build leaders at all levels who recognize when their plan is failing or when the enemy has presented an opportunity" argues Gen. Stephen J. Townsend and Maj. Gen. Douglas C. Crissman in their Online Exclusive Article for the Military Review, "Reinvigorating the Army’s Approach to Mission Command." U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command U.S. Army Mission Command Center of Excellence
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SSG Stevon Booker Distinguished Service Cross Award Ceremony.
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@AMRiotto from the #AUPFilms team is in Pittsburgh, PA for SSG Booker’s DSC Ceremony, hosted by 3ID. Along with hon… https://t.co/Unsee4t0UM
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"The bottom line: there is no such thing as a private post. Every post you make has the potential to represent you… https://t.co/lvOjYCBuKE
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"The bottom line: there is no such thing as a private post. Every post you make has the potential to represent you far beyond your network." What is your social media doing for you and how are you leveraging it to develop your leaders and organization? A great post from the NCO Journal.
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AUP Staff Ride Team conducted a Stalingrad VSR for Soldier Support Inst (Ft Jackson) AG CPTs. Also conducted a trai… https://t.co/frXuufqdwb
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Recently, the Staff Ride Team presented a Stalingrad VSR to the Soldier Support Institute's (SSI) Adjutant General Captains' Career Course at Ft Jackson. In addition to presenting the standard Stalingrad VSR to the captains, SSI cadre from other schools attended parts of the ride and then sat with the AUP team in a 'train the trainer' session on conducting a VSR. SSI schools plan to incorporate part or all of the VSR into their curriculum with their own instructors. Thus, as it has many times in the past, the AUP staff ride team is able to expand the reach and value of the staff ride as an educational tool by helping other organizations learn to conduct their own rides.
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Dr. Chris Carey from #AUPFilms just returned from a trip to the National Archives in College Park, MD, Center for M… https://t.co/hIzysiDJvo
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Dr. Chris Carey from the #AUPFilms team just returned from a week-long research trip to the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, Center of Military History, and the Library of Congress. Check out these awesome maps for the Lorraine Campaign, September 1944. These will come in handy for our upcoming documentaries on Nancy.
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Today is National Vietnam War Veterans Day. Thank you for your service.
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Last week the #AUPFilms team traveled to Washington DC for military history training at the Center for Military History. We had the opportunity to learn from various instructors at CMH, to visit Fort Belvoir and the despository for the upcoming National Museum of the United States Army, and to go on the Lincoln Assassination Staff Ride. We are so thankful for CMH for hosting us! Check out some of the photos below & be sure to follow us on Twitter so you don't miss out on more adventures. @ArmyUPress
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This just in from our Documentary Team: #AUPFilms documentary "Korea: Twin Tunnels" is almost here! The film begins in June 1950 with the start of the Korean War and ends with the battle of the Twin Tunnels in February 1951. It covers the Eighth Army's early offensives, the Pusan Perimeter, the Inchon invasion, and the winter counteroffensive. It primarily focuses on 23rd Regimental Combat Team's actions during the winter of 1950/1951. Rolling to a screen near you in April 2019!
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Dr. Donald Wright, Deputy Director of the Army University Press talks about the AUP’s various publications and products at the 2019 Global Force Symposium.
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Virtual developers are working hard on the staff ride team's next virtual staff ride: the 4th Armored Division's encirclement of Nancy, France in WWII. Developers model all aspects of the environment: the terrain as it appeared in 1944, geo-specific models, and even boats used in river crossing operations. The terrain is on schedule for completion late this summer and the virtual staff ride will be available for Army organizations in early fall. Documentaries will accompany the release, so stay tuned for more updates!
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The The Aspen Institute's Congressional Program's Whitepaper examines options related to finding a diplomatic solution between South Korea and North Korea. Great read for this current political climate. https://assets.aspeninstitute.org/content/uploads/2018/03/North-Korea-2018-Conference-Report.pdf
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#AUPFilms is celebrating #WomensHistoryMonth & honoring the women of Stalingrad. As the German Army advanced, all-female anti-aircraft units helped to defend the north and east of Stalingrad. To learn about the battle for Stalingrad, check out our 4 Stalingrad documentaries. To view them in chronological order, watch "The Campaign," "The Grain Elevator," "The Battle for the Martenvoskii Shop," & "The Commissar's House." https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Educational-Services/Documentaries/Battle-of-Stalingrad/
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#AUPFilms is celebrating #WomensHistoryMonth & honoring the women of Stalingrad. As the German Army advanced, all-female anti-aircraft units helped to defend the north and east of Stalingrad. To learn about the battle for Stalingrad, check out our 4 Stalingrad documentaries. To view them in chronological order, watch "The Campaign," "The Grain Elevator," "The Battle for the Martenvoskii Shop," & "The Commissar's House."
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