'Winning Teams' identifies characteristics successful American infantry divisions had in common during World War II and the extent to which those characteristics were unique. The study discusses stateside training, overseas deployment and first major battle, and sustaining effectiveness for prolonged periods. 'Winning Teams' addresses the full range of personnel, operational, training and logistical issues, yet finds personnel stability, retraining overseas, preliminary combat prior to major combat, the resemblance of combat to training, and an episodic pace of combat the most significant factors distinguishing successful infantry divisions from those that fared less well.
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