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225 Years of Service: The U.S. Army, 1775-2000

by Jr. David W. Hogan

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Since its birth on 14 June 1775 -- over a year before the Declaration of Independence -- the U.S. Army has played a vital role in the growth & development of the American nation, first as the shield of the Republic during its vulnerable early years & later as a means to project power in defense of American interests worldwide. The Army's ready availability as a source of disciplined & skilled personnel has also made it an attractive option for American leaders confronted with a wide array of nonmilitary demands & crises. Also: further readings, & discussion questions. Includes color illustrations.… (more)

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Since its birth on 14 June 1775 -- over a year before the Declaration of Independence -- the U.S. Army has played a vital role in the growth & development of the American nation, first as the shield of the Republic during its vulnerable early years & later as a means to project power in defense of American interests worldwide. The Army's ready availability as a source of disciplined & skilled personnel has also made it an attractive option for American leaders confronted with a wide array of nonmilitary demands & crises. Also: further readings, & discussion questions. Includes color illustrations.

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