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Cover: Operation Iraqi Freedom has provided the Army’s first Stryker brigade combat team—the 3d Brigade, 2d Infantry Division—with an opportunity to test its capabilities in actual combat conditions. The articles beginning on pages 4, 17, and 20 describe some of the challenges that faced the 296th Brigade Support Battalion in supporting the brigade’s warfighters. The cover photo shows soldiers of the brigade’s B Troop, 1st Battalion, 14th Cavalry Regiment, near a Stryker vehicle providing security during an operation in Mosul, Iraq.

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Life Cycle Management: Integrating Acquisition and Sustainment
—Lieutenant Colonel James O. Winbush, Jr., Christopher S. Rinaldi, and Antonia R. Giardina
Combat Health Support in the First Stryker Brigade
—Major Scot A. Doboszenski
Commentary: Sustainment Command and Casualty Capacity
—Colonel David L. Nolan, USA (Ret.)
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