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THE CHANGING CHARACTER OF WARFARE: THE URBAN OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT  

This pamphlet provides the future urban operational environment that Army forces will encounter as described by the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command G-2. It presents a continuum divided into two distinct timeframes: The Era of Accelerated Human Progress (2017-2035) and the Era of Contested Equality (2035-2050), which depict different doctrinal and technological challenges that the U.S. Army will face in the near to mid-future. ...Read more >

38 Pages
1.14 MB
U.S. ARMY FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT FOR INTELLIGENCE 2016-2028  

The U.S. Armys functional concepts provide overarching visualizations of how future Army forces will fight during the 2016-2028 timeframe across the full spectrum of conflict to achieve full spectrum ...Read more >

92 Pages
1.02 MB
THE U.S. ARMY CAPSTONE CONCEPT  By TRADOC Pam 525-3-0

43 Pages
1.98 MB
COMMANDERS APPRECIATION AND CAMPAIGN DESIGN  

TRADOC Pamphlet 525-5-500, The U.S. Army Commanders Appreciation and Campaign Design (CACD), is a cognitive process intended for use by commanders charged with designing, planning, and executing a ...Read more >

48 Pages
681.87 KB
SPACE OPERATIONS  

The future Modular Force battlefield extends vertically into the region of space and this concept capability plan (CCP) concentrates on the growing importance and dependence of Army operations on space-based systems and space-enabled functions, processes and ...Read more >

94 Pages
1.96 MB
THE U.S. ARMY LEARNING CONCEPT FOR 2015  

TRADOC Pamphlet (Pam) 525-8-2, The U.S. Army Learning Concept for 2015, is the Army’s visualization of how the Army will train and educate Soldiers and leaders in individual knowledge, skills, attributes, and abilities to execute full-spectrum operations in an era of persistent ...Read more >

72 Pages
1.27 MB
THE U.S. ARMY TRAINING CONCEPT 2012-2020  

TRADOC Pamphlet (Pam) 525-8-3, The U.S. Army Training Concept, 2012-2020, is the Army’s visualization of how it will provide training for units to execute full-spectrum operations in a joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational operational environment. This concept identifies desired current and future capabilities to overcome anticipated challenges in the training environment. This environment is characterized by persistent conflict, uncertainty and surprise in which there are ...Read more >

108 Pages
1.32 MB
THE U.S. ARMY FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT FOR MOVEMENT AND MANEUVER 2016 – 2028  

TRADOC Pam 525-3-6 is the conceptualization of how the Army future force will execute the movement and maneuver warfighting function to achieve dominance during joint operations. The central idea is that brigades conduct combined arms maneuver and wide area security operations under the mission command of divisions and corps in the conduct of full-spectrum operations. The ideas presented here are fully integrated within the evolving context of U.S. estimates of the future operating environment, ...Read more >

73 Pages
864.19 KB
THE GENERATING FORCE STUDY  

The generating force (GF) consists of a wide array of Army organizations whose primary mission is to generate and sustain the operational Army's capabilities for employment by joint force commanders. Because of capabilities inherent in performing this primary mission, GF organizations also possess operationally useful capabilities for employment by or in direct support of joint force commanders, either through reachback or by deploying GF assets into theaters of ...Read more >

149 Pages
1.52 MB
ARMY TRAINING AND EDUCATION PROPONENTS  

This pamphlet identifies the training proponent, school code (SC), and collective proponent code (CPC) for each Army training and education functional area. The proponencies outlined in this pamphlet indicate proponency for information related to training, education, and doctrine aspects only. This pamphlet is not intended to imply original classification authority or proponency over any technical data or equipment. All requests for foreign disclosure within the following functions must be ...Read more >

67 Pages
520.51 KB
THE SOLDIERS BLUE BOOK  

You are now a SOLDIER in the United States Army! By becoming a part of our team, you honor those who have served before you. You have committed yourself to the protection and preservation of the Constitution of the United States and the ideals of our nation. Based on time-honored traditions, you will begin training to meet the highest standards in anticipation of joining one of the many units that makeup the United States ...Read more >

137 Pages
2.82 MB
THE U.S. ARMY FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT FOR SUSTAINMENT 2016-2028  

TRADOC Pam 525-4-1 is the Army’s overarching visualization of how the Army will sustain future Army forces during the 2016-2028 timeframe across full-spectrum operations in complex terrain during periods of uncertainty and persistent conflict. The ideas presented here are fully integrated within the evolving context of the estimates of the operational environment, joint and Army strategic guidance, and the joint framework. This pamphlet describes broad capabilities the Army will require to ...Read more >

48 Pages
2.28 MB
ARMY BASE CAMPS IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATION  

Since 1991, the United States (U.S.) has engaged in numerous military operations in the Middle East, Central Asia, Africa, Europe, the Pacific Basin, and the Caribbean. These recent operations conducted outside the U.S. and its territories have combined offensive, defensive, and stability operations simultaneously throughout the entire spectrum of conflict. U.S. ground forces are closely involved in such actions. Frequently, the activities associated with stability operations are as important ...Read more >

100 Pages
1.45 MB
THE U.S. ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT GUIDE  

TRADOC Pam 71-20-3 builds upon TRADOC Regulation 71-20 by providing guidance for the development, formatting, and staffing of Army Concept Framework ...Read more >

48 Pages
914.07 KB
CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS CONCEPT CAPABILITY PLAN 2016-2028  

The operational environment (OE) has changed dramatically. The technologic convergence of computer and telecommunication networks; astonishing rates of technologic advancements; global proliferation of information and communications technology (ICT) and its consequent effect in social networks and in society impact the OE. The diverse and wide arrays of agents who use or exploit this technological revolution pose a grave threat to U.S. critical infrastructure and operational ...Read more >

80 Pages
2.04 MB
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