Army Officer's Guide
75 Years in Print with Excerpts from the 1930 First Edition
- Leadership and officership, and rights, privileges, benefits, and restrictions
- Assignments, pay, career development, and promotions plus uniforms, awards, and decorations
- Family matters and the social side of Army life
Published by Stackpole and its corporate predecessors for 75 years, this book is the bible for Army officers. Condensed from Army regulations-and the customs and traditions of the service-the guide provides the latest soldier information and frank advice on a variety of issues relating to service life. Also included is a directory of current Army Internet sites and installations worldwide.
Included in the anniversary edition is the history of this book from its 1930 first edition, along with interesting excerpts from that edition.
About the Author:
Lt. Col. Keith E. Bonn, U.S. Army (Ret.) was a graduate of West Point with a Ph.D. in history. He served for over twenty years in a variety of important assignments in the United States and overseas. He published several books on military subjects. He lived in Bedford, Pennsylvania, and he revised the last three editions of this book.