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One-stop info on Army Vision now on web

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Jan. 10, 2000) - Soldiers can now visit a web site to get information about the Army Vision and the status of the ongoing transformation.

The Army Vision web page is accessible from the Army Homepage on the left-hand toolbar by clicking on "The Army Vision," or by going direct to http://www.army.mil/armyvision/ .

Secretary of the Army Louis Caldera and Chief of Staff Eric Shinseki announced the new Army Vision in October. It dictates how the Army will move to a faster, more agile force for the future.

"The Vision web page will serve as a one-stop source for information and the latest developments as the Army continues to transition to the new vision. (It's) a continuous work in progress, and we will add new material to the page as it becomes available," said Maj. Scott K. Hays, one of the developers of the site.

Hays stressed the web page is not only for soldiers, but also for members of the American public who want to follow the transformation.

Some of the topics covered on the page include the Army Vision statement, a "What's New" section to highlight recent changes or additions to the site, Vision briefings and publications and frequently asked questions and answers.

There are also relevant news releases and Army News Service articles, speeches and interviews with senior Army leaders, and links to associated web pages.