Modernizing Fire Support Training
DIVARTY: A Force Multiplier for the BCT and Division
Return of Division Artillery Stokes the Fires
Reflecting Upon the Pentomic Division Artillery
A DATE with the DIVARTY
Division Shaping Operations in the Decisive Action Training Environment
What can Europe do for you?
Division Artillery Returns to the Army
Fort Bliss a Pioneer for Army with New Division Artillery Format
Artillery Forces Restructure at Fort Stewart with Return of Division Artillery
DIVARTY’s Past Helps Them Lean Forward
2nd Infantry Division Artillery activates on JBLM
267 mils: The rule every Artilleryman knows and why the DIVARTY must get rid of it
Rickey Paape, Jr.
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