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From the Commandant’s Desk
Intelligent Warfare
We always say that the true success of the Field Artillery branch lies within our people, which is why in this edition of the Redleg Update I have chosen to put a deliberate focus on talent management and the leader development of our officers... More »
From the CSM’s Desk
Redleg Pride
I received a message recently through my official page that I thought was worth discussing with a larger audience, as it speaks directly to something that is often misunderstood or overlooked outright – pride in one’s branch. In this particular message, a young noncommissioned officer expressed concern that some younger Soldiers have lost their pride and honor in being a Redleg... More »
DIVARTY masses guns for the first time in 14 years
In 2003, Pfc. Jesse Kobussen, a Field Artillery Fire Direction Specialist, was processing mass fire missions at Rodriquez Live Fire Complex, South Korea, for 2nd Infantry Division Artillery. This would be the last time the DIVARTY would control fires for multiple artillery battalions before its deactivation on Nov. 30, 2006... More »
Book Review: The Face of Battle
Keegan was a brilliant historian who had an uncanny ability to cast a strategic eye over centuries of political, economic, cultural, social, and technological changes and weave these together to show how they impacted militaries and their conflicts, while also showing how militaries and military conflict in turn affected these other areas... More »
U.S. Army Field Artillery School Annual History
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