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    Inspire Stories of Honor: Robert Mundell - A life...

    09.24.2020 | Story by Robert Martin
    Mundell, a retired U.S. Army infantry colonel, has a long list of achievements and most of them have been gained through serving the military in some fashion. He was inspired to join the military by news stories in 1983 about the Marine barracks bombing in Beirut, Lebanon, and the U.S. Army invasion of Grenada.

    Inspire Stories of Honor: Doug Lovelace - 50 years...

    09.23.2020 | Story by Robert Martin
    Lovelace was drafted for the Vietnam War in 1968, and he said that, at the time, he planned to serve two years and then pursue a civilian life. He said he stayed far longer than that because his initial experience in the Army was a positive one where he identified with the value system heavily and he was continually offered new opportunities.

    USAWC library team streamlines access to research...

    08.25.2020 | Story by Elena Patton
    The way students learn to access library resources will look a little different this year, due to COVID, said the director of AHEC Academic Scholarship in support of the Army War College. In support of student learning, staff are using multiple tools to set students up for success in their research projects with tutorials, one-on-one assistance, and a wide range of research databases.

    Army War College leadership passed, MG John Kem to...

    08.03.2020 | Story by Robert Martin
    As of July 30, 2020, Maj. Gen. Stephen J. Maranian is the 52nd Commandant of the U.S. Army War College, having accepted responsibility by way of the traditional passing of the USAWC colors from outgoing Commandant Maj. Gen. John S. Kem to Army Chief of Staff Gen. James. C McConville and, in turn to Maranian, at the college's Bliss Hall, Carlisle Barracks, Pa.