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Training
DOES THE ARMY TRAINING STRATEGY TRAIN TO FAIL?  By Maj. Ben E. Zweibelson

This article does not suggest failure with respect to military trainers, tactics, operational or strategic level training objectives one must look at an even bigger picture above all of these ...Read more >

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FROM WAR TO DETERRENCE ISRAEL-HEZBOLLAH CONFLICT SINCE 2006  By Jean-Loup Samaan

The United States Army War College educates and develops leaders for service at the strategic level while advancing knowledge in the global application of Land ...Read more >

82 Pages
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TOWARD THE TRANSFORMATION OF PLA MILITARY TRAINING UNDER CONDITIONS OF INFORMATIONIZATION  By Leng Feng

In the information era, promoting the transformation from training under conditions of mechanization to training under conditions of informationization is an ongoing and deep evolution in the field of the PLAís military ...Read more >

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THE UNITED STATES ARMY OPERATING CONCEPT  By MARTIN E. DEMPSEY

The Army is the Nationís principal military force organized, trained, and equipped for prompt and sustained operations on land. As one of the critical elements in our national defense ...Read more >

69 Pages
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A FRAMEWORK FOR OPTIMIZING HUMAN PERFORMANCE  By Robert B. Brown

Today the nation faces greater strategic uncertainty than at any time since the ending of the Cold War. Adapting in the face of this uncertainty demands a new approach. In decades ...Read more >

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WIN IN A COMPLEX WORLD  By RAYMOND T. ODIERNO

Today the nation faces greater strategic uncertainty than at any time since the ending of the Cold War. Adapting in the face of this uncertainty demands a new approach. In decades ...Read more >

56 Pages
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ADP 7-0 : TRAINING UNITS AND DEVELOPING LEADERS  

Unit training and leader development are the Armys life-blood. Army leaders train units to be versatile. They develop subordinate leadersmilitary and Army civiliansto be competent, confident, agile, and adaptive using the Army leader development ...Read more >

28 Pages
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STAFF AND FACULTY DEVELOPMENT  By MARK MACCARLEY

This pamphlet establishes guidance and procedures for the Staff and Faculty Development ...Read more >

67 Pages
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THE REFORM OF MILITARY EDUCATION : TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER  

When considering how to make the war colleges more effective, it should be remembered that first and foremost, the job of the war colleges is to educate students to make them better defenders of the United States of America and its interests and its allies around the ...Read more >

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LESSONS LEARNED : WESTGATE MALL ATTACK  

On Saturday, September 21, 2013, members of Al Shabaab, a Somali based Islamic terrorist organization affiliated with the international Al Qaeda network, executed a complex terrorist attack on an upscale shopping mall in Nairobi, ...Read more >

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SCENARIO-BASED STUDIES AS A COMPLEMENT TO MILITARY PLANNING PROCESSES  By Scott Thomas

Identify framing issues and critical uncertainties that face a region Develop scenarios storylines, outlines of events. Spatially allocate alternative futures in a GIS framework ...Read more >

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EVALUATING MILITARY ADVERTISING AND RECRUITING : THEORY AND METHODOLOGY  

In the late 1990s, the U.S. armed forces struggled to meet their recruiting goals and in some cases fell short. This led to the question of how the recruit-ing process and the recruiters job could be better supported in order to ensure that force strength, force quality, and the required skill mix of personnel will be available to meet ever-changing security and defense ...Read more >

207 Pages
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NAVAL ANALYTICAL CAPABILITIES : IMPROVING CAPABILITIES-BASED PLANNING  

In response to a request from the Department of the Navy, the National Research Council, under the auspices of the Naval Studies Board, established the Committee on Naval Analytical Capabilities and Improving Capabilities-Based Planning to conduct a workshop on Navy analytic methods and capabilitiesbased planning (CBP) ...Read more >

103 Pages
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THOUGHTS ON PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION  

These are wise words to consider as we enter a new era in a complex national security environment. As we have departed from Iraq and will drawdown in Afghanistan within a few short years, it is time to consider the way ahead for Professional Military ...Read more >

8 Pages
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OVERDUE BILL : INTEGRATING COUNTERINSURGENCY INTO ARMY PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION  

In the eight years since the invasion of Afghanistan, the U.S. Army has failed to integrate counterinsurgency (COIN)1 into Professional Military Education (PME). Counterinsurgency instruction remains uneven in quantity and quality throughout Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) institutions, which have failed to define standards, competencies and outcomes for COIN ...Read more >

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