ARMY UNIVERSITY PRESS
Army University Press seeks to provide a training ground for critical thinking through writing. Our site is designed to help you participate in the various conversations regarding Army doctrine and practice.
The Journal of Military Learning (JML) is a peer-reviewed semiannual publication that supports efforts to improve education and training for the U.S. Army and the overall Profession of Arms.
Army AL&T magazine is the award-winning quarterly professional journal written by and for the Army Acquisition Workforce and its many stakeholders. Its purpose is to educate, motivate and instruct readers through in-depth, analytically oriented articles featuring lessons learned, best practices and innovation across the Army acquisition enterprise. Authored by subject-matter experts, the magazine is the Army’s premier resource on acquisition, logistics, technology, and contracting--in other words, the inside story on the products and the services that Soldiers depend on in every aspect of their service.
The U.S. Army Center of Military History publishes Army History quarterly for the professional development of Army historians and as Army educational and training literature.
Army Technology is the official blog of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command. It was created to advance the conversation about Army technologies, inform the public about Army initiatives and showcase the work the Army technology team does to keep our Soldiers safe and strong.
Military Review is the U.S. Army:s forum for original thought and debate on the art and science of land warfare. Authors and readers comprise researchers, politicians, leaders, academics, and heads of industry. Stimulating leaders to think critically and deal with controversial subjects while providing a medium to inform on new ideas and analyze concepts, doctrine and warfighting principles. Click here for the Spanish language edition of Military Review and here for the Portuguese language edition of Military Review.
The NCO Journal mission is to provide a forum for the open exchange of ideas and information, to support training, education and development of the NCO Corps and to foster a closer bond among its members. To accomplish this mission we provide timely and factual information on topics about the Army and the NCO Corps to the Army’s NCOs. Our audience includes active, National Guard and Reserve Soldiers, sister and international services, retirees, civilian employees and family members. The NCO Journal is a professional publication for Noncommissioned Officers of the U.S. Army. The magazine is published monthly and distributed in printed form to an audience of more than 450,000 readers worldwide and is available online.
A biannual publication (ISSN 1556-4916) by the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School, and the Maneuver Support Center of excellence.
Army Sustainment (ISSN 2153-5973) is a bimonthly publication, prepared at the Army Logistics University and published by the Army Combined Arms Support Command, Fort Lee, Virginia, for the Department of the Army.
The Combat Studies Institute provides a wide range of military historical and educational support to the Combined Arms Center, Training and Doctrine Command, and the United States Army at large. CSI researches, writes, and publishes — through the CSI Press — original interpretive works on issues of relevance to our Army and the defense of our Nation. The Institute conducts an Oral History program that targets Command and General Staff College students and faculty, as well as permanent party and visitors of the Combined Arms Center that focuses on their respective operational experiences.
An Army professional bulletin (ISSN: 0019-9532) prepared for quarterly publication by the U.S. Army Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia. The mission is to provide training, organization, weapons, equipment, tactics and techniques, and provide a forum for progressive ideas.
The U.S. Army professional bulletin (ISSN 1554-9690) for the Military Police Corps Regiment, contains information about security and mobility support, police operations, and detention operations. The objectives of Military Police are to inform and motivate, increase knowledge, improve performance, and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas. The content does not necessarily reflect the official U.S. Army position and does not change or supersede any information in other U.S. Army publications. Military Police reserves the right to edit material. Articles may be reprinted if credit is given to Military Police and the author. All photographs are official U.S. Army photographs unless otherwise credited.
The Center for Army Lessons Learned continuously leads the Army Lessons Learned Program and identifies, collects, analyzes, disseminates, and archives lessons and best practices while maintaining global situational awareness in order to share knowledge and facilitate the Army's and Unified Action Partners' adaptation to win wars.