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ARMY LEARNING CONCEPT 2015  

In the profession of arms, the scientific and technical approach is appropriate for learning basic and repetitive skills. Technical and mostly unimportant problems lend themselves to this scientific approach to learning found the recently released Army Learning Concept 2015 (ALC ...Read more >

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REDRESS OF PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION  

In 1908, the American short story writer O. Henry penned The Clarion Call. This title has become synonymous with a powerful request for action or an irresistible mandate. As the Nation looks to the institution of the U.S. Army during an era of persistent conflict and after 9 years of war, it is time to recapture professional military education (PME) as part of our ...Read more >

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COUNTERINSURGENCY AND PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION  

Major Niel Smiths article Integrating COIN into Army Professional Education contains valuable insights and has provoked a large amount of fruitful dialogue on the Small Wars Journal ...Read more >

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AIR OFFICERS EDUCATION  

THERE are three distinct elements in the education of an Air Force officer: military instruction, technical or professional training, and general ...Read more >

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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 >

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CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES (CLAWS)NATIONAL SEMINAR ON INDIAN ARMY : EMERGING ROLES AND TASKS 15 OCT 2010  

The role and tasks of the Army are evolutionary in nature. Safeguarding the territorial integrity of our country would continue to be the primary role of the Indian Army. Though current challenges indicate that the future engagement of the army is likely to be predominantly in sub conventional conflict, yet the conventional threat cannot be wished away. Thus, the Indian Army has to train, equip and be prepared to undertake operations along the entire spectrum of conflict. Also, there have been ...Read more >

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TRAINING UNITS AND DEVELOPING LEADERS FOR FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS  

This chapter describes training to ensure forces are ready for the complexities of the operational environments they are likely to face. It also discusses how training ensures Soldiers and leaders are operationally adaptable. The Army is and will continue to be a combat-seasoned force capable of operating in an era of persistent conflict. However, the number of new Soldiers and civilians entering the Army each year and the nature of Army force generation (ARFORGEN) require unit training and ...Read more >

38 Pages
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ARMY LEARNING POLICY AND SYSTEMS  

The purpose of the Army Learning Policy and Systems is to support the Army by regulating practices in effective learning management and to specify required enabling systems. Requirements in this regulation apply to all Army organizations (U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and non-TRADOC) that that produce, implement and/or evaluate learning.This regulation is most widely targeted to personnel within institutions (proponent organizations, centers and schools) that manage, analyze, ...Read more >

129 Pages
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MAKING IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ARMY DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROGRAM  

is research identied important directions the Army could take both to improve the IMI-focused DL program and, more importantly, to broaden TADLP beyond IMI to better achieve its larger goals. Generating real movement in these directions will involve a signicant change and require a management eort considerably larger than that needed to keep the TADLP moving along its current path. In addition to the integration of KM and TADLP described above, we have identied four additional management ...Read more >

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TRAINING DEVELOPMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE OPERATIONAL DOMAIN  

This pamphlet provides detailed and amplifying guidance supporting U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Regulation (TR) 350-70 and amplifying guidance on procedures for producing unit training products. This guide utilizes the instructional system design model often referred to as the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation (ADDIE) process. This pamphlet is directed at developers, contractors, commissioned officers and senior noncommissioned officers (NCOs) ...Read more >

219 Pages
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ARMY POCKET PHYSICAL TRAINING GUIDE  

The following information is provided for individuals preparing for the physical demands of Initial Military Training (IMT). The staff of the U.S. Army Physical Fitness School (USAPFS) prepared this Pocket Physical Training Guide. This document is the sole property of United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and is intended for use by U.S. Army Recruiters to assist future Soldiers.This guide was written in recognition that both the quality and quantity of physical activity ...Read more >

140 Pages
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U.S. ARMY TRAINING FOR UNIFIED LAND OPERATIONS  

The United States Army has been at war for the past decade, fighting protracted campaigns in two separate theaters.Conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere have revealed the importance of landpower in the execution of national strategic goals worldwide. The Army forms the backbone of a strategic triad of landpower—Army, Marine Corps and special operations forces. Todays conflicts are a signpost for those of tomorrow; as the conflicts shift into more challenging and complex conditions with ...Read more >

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ACTIONS NEEDED TO ASSESS WORKFORCE REQUIREMENTS AND APPROPRIATE MIX OF ARMY TRAINING PERSONNEL  

The Army is made up of both operating and generating forces. Operating forces consist of combat units, including divisions, brigades and battalions that conduct operations around the world, including contingency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as humanitarian assistance and civil support missions. The Army’s generating force consists of organizations that provide a broad range of support for the operating forces, such as training, supply and maintenance. TRADOC is the largest part ...Read more >

32 Pages
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ARMY TRENDS TOWARDS BLENDED TRAINING  

A significant trend in US Army training over the next year will involve the introduction of Blended Training, a train as you fight initiative that will give commanders the ability to build training scenarios that seamlessly integrate live, virtual, constructive and game based training. The US Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) is responsible for providing commanders with a toolkit of those training capabilities as well as the means ...Read more >

28 Pages
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OBSERVATIONS ON THE ARMYS IMPLEMENTATION OF A METRIC FOR MEASURING GROUND FORCE TRAINING  

In 2008, the Army issued a field manual that identified the need to expand its training focus so units would be trained and ready to operate across a full spectrum of operations including offensive, defensive, stability and civil support operations. To support operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, for the last several years, the Army has focused its ground force training on preparing units for counterinsurgency operations. With the withdrawal from operations in Iraq, fewer units are engaged in ...Read more >

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