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ISBN: 0811711889
Author: Robert J. Dr Dalessandro,David H. Huntoon
Language: English
Publisher: Stackpole Books; 52 edition (September 1, 2013)
Pages: 672
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 373
Size Fb2: 1747 kb
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Army Officer's Guide Dr Robert J. Dalessandro,David H. Huntoon . Robert J. Dalessandro. Stackpole Books, 2008.

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Major General Eric Bonnemaison, Thou, My Fellow Officer, Preface by Lieutenant General David Huntoon, Economica, 2012. Quarterly articles in . Military Academy Association of Graduates Journal, West Point, January 2011-July 2013. Quarterly articles on US Military Academy West Point home page, July 2010-July 2013.

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Dalessandro lives in northern Virginia. Series: Army Officer's Guide. Paperback: 672 pages.

Army Officer's Guide. By: Dr Robert J. Dalessandro; David H. Publisher: Stackpole Books (NBN). Print ISBN: 9780811711883, 0811711889. eText ISBN: 9780811752572, 0811752577. Practical advice on Army leadership and command, Fully updated with the latest information for officers of all ranks, branches, and components, Uniforms and insignia, duties and responsibilities, privileges and restrictions, courtesy and customs, posts and organizations, regulations and references, Color images of medals and badges.

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Robert J. Dalessandro is an American historian and author who has .

Army and the Deputy Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission He is former Director of the United States Army Center of Military History at Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, District of Columbia Dalessandro frequently leads battlefield tours to sites in the United States, France and Italy.

9. Major General Eric Bonnemaison, Thou, My Fellow Officer, Preface by Lieutenant General David Huntoon, Economica, 2012. 11. Military Academy Association of Graduates Journal, West Point, July 2010-July 2013. 12.

Practical advice on Army leadership and commandFully updated with the latest information for officers of all ranks, branches, and componentsUniforms and insignia, duties and responsibilities, privileges and restrictions, courtesy and customs, posts and organizations, regulations and references16-page color insert of medals and badges

Comments:

Faegal
Four stars because I purchased the e-book on 6/19/2018 with the 52nd edition of 2013 as the latest shown in the Amazon list. On 6/20/2018, I got an ad for the 53rd edition, 2016, but no e-book is available. The information in this guide is helpful, with very few statements deserving the caveat that the book content is the author's opinion and not endorsed by DoD or the Army. The book is an easy read, but not a page turner as it is not a novel. Some sections are so carefully worded that they prompt a 'read between the lines' attitude. Some sections would be more helpful with extended explanations. The historical background of sections is interesting, and more history would be welcomed from this author.
Orevise
I ordered this copy for a brand new US Army 2LT. I found this guide 35 years ago to be a lifesaver for me. I expect that it is probably just as valuable to a brand new 2LT today. I used this guide for much of my career and found it most helpful.
Anaginn
Review of "Army Officer's Guide: 51st Edition" by Col. Robert Dalessandro.

The 51st Edition of the Army Officer's Guide is a necessary text related to the education of the newly minted Officer. Having been in print for more than 75 years the 51st Edition is fully updated with the latest information on ranks, branches, and components including: Uniforms and insignia; Duties and responsibilities; Privileges, benefits, restrictions; Professional Development; Leadership and command; Military courtesy and customs; Army posts and organizations; Regulations and references; and 16 color pages of medals and badges. Some excerpts from the original 1930 First Edition have been included to celebrate the 51st Edition's 75 years in print. The contents include: Part I--The Army; Part II--Service As An Army Officer; Part III--Social and Family Matters; and Appendices. Much of the content is what you would expect and is static from Edition to Edition such as "Heritage, Customs, and Courtesies of the Army." Other items have been added such as "Appendix G: Professional Movie and Video Guide" which suggests movies within the genre for education and inspirational purposes. The section on the wear of uniforms under AR-670-1 is not complete particularly with regard to the wear of skill qualification badges on the current Army Combat Uniform (ACU)and there is a void with respect to the implementation of the new Army Service Uniform (ASU). Clearly with the many changes that have taken place since the Guide was updated in 2008 a new Edition must be (and should be) in the works. Nevertheless the Guide at 674 pages represents the closest "all in one" tome of basic information you can find. Five stars without reservation.

Jeffrey Hauck
2LT CM USAR
Yozshunris
This is what it is. Somewhat of a 'must have' for the Army Officer. A number of Officer Basic Leadership Courses even require you have it with you. It has everything from the necessary/must-know information to the drive-you-insane/why-would-anyone-care(?) details.

It's not an easy read. More of a reference for looking up an answer to a critical question or getting you through a situation you do not encounter often. It reminds me of stero-type instructions for a kids-toy (if the kids-toy were in 5,000 pieces and designed by rabbid hamsters from a far eastern country). Some areas are way over detailed while others are too general to be of much use. It can be hit or miss, so take the good and ignore the unnecessary. Just keep it handy for when you need it.
Obong
Well worth the purchase price. This is much more informative, interesting, and up to date than I'd expected. I just wish I had purchased it earlier!
Nuliax
This text, which is constantly updated and has gone through manner iterations, is an essential read and should be in every officer's desk top library along with his civilian and military dictionary and thesaurus. It is full of useful information of all kinds on many subjects and will be a constant reference. It is well annotated and is full of cogent references to the appropriate ARs and other authorities. If you are a military professional, you will buy the current edition of this book!
Ice_One_Guys
Great book. Bought for gifts for new officer's entering the Army to active duty. Always a help for reference!
Comprehensive introduction to critical, must know information for the new Army officer. I purchased this book for my son who is contracting to ROTC, and after reviewing it, I insisted that he read it cover to cover. Most important, he will learn the culture of the Army, its great traditions, the ever important character traits that make a great officer and human being. There is so much to know, and the Army Officer's Guide spells out so much of it in an easy to read format. I can't recommend this book highly enough, I wish I'd known of its existence during my time in the Army.

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