CAC-T leading the way in training
Leavenworth-Lansing leaders learn about Army Games for Training
TCM Gaming's Marco Conners (left) and Hans Hull explain how the Army uses gaming to train Soldiers and develop leaders to members of Leadership Leavenworth-Lansing. About 20 local civic leaders visited Fort Leavenworth on Dec. 6. They stopped at the National Simulation Center to learn about the Army's use of serious gaming. Conners is the deputy of TCM Gaming and Hull is a military analyst..
Conference attendees discuss plans for CTCs
COL Matt Anderson welcomes Combat Training Center Conference attendees to Fort Leavenworth. At the conference, Army leaders discussed how the CTCs will train Soldiers and develop leaders. Anderson is the director of the Combat Training Center Directorate.
Miligaming site receives new web 2.0 look
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (Dec. 2, 2013) -- The Army's premier military gaming web site recently received a new look that makes it easier to navigate. The MilGaming web portal https://milgaming.army.mil provides a gateway to the Army's Games for Training program, which is managed by the Training and Doctrine Command Capability Manager -- Gaming. TCM Gaming is the centralized planner, manager and integrator for Army gaming capabilities.
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MCTP major works with local veterans
"He talks about the way it is now, and I talk about the way it was then." That's how Gene Berry, a Korean War veteran, describes his relationship with Maj. Cedric Burden, observer/coach, trainer, Mission Command Training Program (MCTP), at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Burden volunteers with Crossroads Hospice as a companion for Berry and a World War II veteran.
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Cadets like new E-textbooks
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. - Thanks to a cooperative program between two Army organizations, ROTC cadets are using electronic, interactive textbooks this school year. Cadet Command and TRADOC Capability Manager for The Army Distributed Learning Program (TCM TADLP) worked together on the project to replace ROTC textbooks with E-books. The program saves money, updates books more quickly and benefits Cadets' education.
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New system improves marksmanship training
The Location of Miss and Hit system is improving basic marksmanship. More recently the Sniper School at Fort Benning, Ga., saw the benefits of the system.
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Last ReviewedDecember 6, 2013