. a WILSON 211 • JAMES · • But whatever Hp service may be give h the, arr. 1· . I Oto Jntellec1UDIJ) per np_s . rol i ng in the po a tac a World enc '" h• daih inrcnu,·es ope Ollrag, lesson,; . t t: · . I ,-e-f)' diffcn--nt course of ac11on. Amm•s d . .1 ... ,, ·ve of field officers and noncoms is of . I d. -sh ·pan ,ni lu Cru; Though the tCO '' 1 . fill d wiih generals who want to control cal . h" p.-nrngon 1s I e . cornb tmportnnce, r t: t: f hel,·coprers. using radios to gather infor.,... ;i, f h d ters or rom ·•1a11 rorn ea quar ' . h h th" skill of the infontrvma n aim 00 rocess 1t. T oug c.: • osr a~a and computers to P the us Armv traditionaHv has pur · \) ha~ been a ke,· to milirary success. · · . J • • • Its~ . . 1. d un,·ts (intelligence, engmeerrng, communications) 1 .. ,x-ople in ,,xna 1.ic . , ... a\. I r-, h .. •n[onlry, Though it has fought wars smce 1945 e\ in,g 1h~ c lO\-'l'fS ,or t c • · · en. . E " the armv continues to devote most of its plannin \I.here e~cept in uropc. • g to big-rank battles on the West German plains. Prisons The success of George Beto in the Texas DOC \.Vas there for everyone to~. but manv observers gave the most favorable attention to prison executives ~ho seemed ;0 voice rhe best intentions (rehabilitation, prisoner self-governance/ rather than the best accomplishments (safe, decent facilities).