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ARMY FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT FOR MISSION COMMAND 2016-2028  

TRADOC Pam 525-3-3 describes broad capabilities the Army will require in 2016-2028 to apply the new doctrine of mission command. This concept will lead force development and modernization efforts by establishing a common framework for capitalizing on mission command in the conduct of future joint land operations and accomplishing missions under conditions of uncertainty and ...Read more >

58 Pages
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U.S. ARMY CONCEPT FOR BUILDING PARTNER CAPACITY  

The pamphlet describes the broad concept and capabilities the Army will require in 2016-2028 to build partner capacity. This concept will lead force development and modernization efforts for building partner capacity by establishing a common ...Read more >

48 Pages
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THE TRADOC MODEL SAFETY PROGRAM AND SELF-ASSESSMENT GUIDE  

This pamphlet serves as the basis for doctrine development and organizing, implementing, resourcing, and assessing safety and occupational programs within the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command ...Read more >

139 Pages
7.44 MB
ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND TRAINING DEVICES FOR ARMYWIDE USE  

Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) training devices produced by training support centers (TSC) or acquired through commercial sources to support training Armywide. This device program is centrally managed by the Army Training Support Center (ATSC), a TRADOC activity located at Fort Eustis, VA. This pamphlet does not contain all devices available through TSCs. A specific TSC may also manage locally designed and produced devices (which are not available Armywide) and U.S. Army Materiel ...Read more >

94 Pages
3.71 MB
LEADERS GUIDE FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION PLANNING  

This pamphlet serves as a guide to United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) commanders and leaders for TRADOC implementation of the Army Suicide Prevention ...Read more >

26 Pages
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LIST OF APPROVED RECURRING INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS  

This pamphlet lists the approved recurring management information ...Read more >

20 Pages
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PROFESSION OF ARMS  

The military serves a collective client, the Nation. Its actions impact broadly in extent and consequences: the recovery of a community devastated by natural disaster, the defeat of enemy forces, or the security of the Nation. Therefore, failure of the military profession would have catastrophic consequences. American military professionals work, study, and train throughout their careers to ensure the military profession will not fail in its call to ...Read more >

48 Pages
3.11 MB
FORCE OPERATING CAPABILITIES  

U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Pamphlet (Pam) 525-66 identifies capabilities necessary of the Army to fulfill warfighting concepts. TRADOC Pam 525-66 guides TRADOC and other Army commands who determine, document, or are otherwise involved in warfighting requirements and Army staff elements who are involved in determining, documenting, and processing ...Read more >

173 Pages
1.27 MB
ARMY ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS  

EW refers to any action involving the use of electromagnetic (EM) or directed energy to control the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) or to attack the enemy. The purpose of EW is to deny the opponent an actual or perceived advantage in the EMS and ensure friendly unimpeded access to the electromagnetic ...Read more >

103 Pages
8.60 MB
SOLDIER AS A SYSTEM  

The Soldier as a System (SaaS) Concept will enhance individual Soldier capabilities to protect and defend ones self. In doing so, the collective efforts of this modernization program will provide a more efficient and effective Future Combat ...Read more >

31 Pages
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THE ARMY OPERATING CONCEPT  

TRADOC Pam 525-3-1 describes how future Army forces conduct operations as part of the joint force to deter conflict, prevail in war, and succeed in a wide range of contingencies in the future operational environment. The pamphlet describes the employment of forces in the 2016-2028 timeframe and identifies capabilities required for future success to guide Army force development ...Read more >

69 Pages
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EVALUATION OF TWO ARMY FITNESS PROGRAMS  

Training outcomes,fitness and injuries were examined during implementation of a new standardized physical training PT program for Army Basic Combat Training and among low fit trainess who did and did not enter the fitness assessment program prior to BCT.Methods to evaluate the PT Program,a standardized group that implemented the new PT program was compared to a non standardized group that implemented a traditional BCT PT program. For the FAP evaluation, 3 groups were compared. Recruits who ...Read more >

171 Pages
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