CAC-T leading the way in training
BG Lundy: Army looking for simpler holistic training systems
Army officials laid out a wish list of what they would like to see in future simulation technologies including straightforward systems that can train entire brigades and require fewer personnel to facilitate exercises.
Click here to read the rest of the National Defense magazine article on page 10.
TMD team teaches 1st ID Unit Training Management
Training Management Directorate's Bill Brosnan instructs 1st Infantry Division Soldiers about training resources available on the Army Training Network. ATN is the one-stop shop for Army training resources.
Click here to read an article by Staff Sgt. John Johnson about the visit.
ROTC cadets learn about gaming training
University of Nebraska Kearney Army ROTC Cadet August Wilson learns about training and leader development while using a gaming program. Wilson and other cadets visited the 35th Infantry Division Mission Training Complex, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., on Feb. 21. During the visit, Capt. Charles Williams explained how the Army uses gaming technology in the crawl and walk stages of training. Williams is with the TRADOC Capability Manager Gaming at Fort Leavenworth. Lt. Col. Lee Bokma led 14 cadets from the Kearney campus, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Creighton University, Omaha, Neb. Bokma is a professor of military science at the Lincoln campus.
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DSTS provides training opportunites during winter weather
Blistering heat, the singing of birds, the crack of rifle fire, and dust thrown up by incoming rounds; not what you would expect to experience in mid-Missouri, as Fort Leonard Wood braced Antarctic temperatures and snowfall. But thanks to some unique training capabilities and opportunities, the seemingly impossible comes to life.
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Military Training Technology features interview with NSC Dirctor Col. John J. Janiszewski
Col Janiszewski discusses the Integrated Training Environment, and how the ITE helps to prepare units and develop leaders. His interview is on pages 16-19.
Click here to read the Military Training Technology magazine article.
BG Lundy moves to lead Aviation CoE, Fort Rucker BG Martin takes charge of CAC-T on March 14
On Jan. 23, the Department of the Army announced that Brig. Gen. Michael Lundy, the Deputy Commanding General of the Combined Arms Center – Training, is departing Fort Leavenworth in March to assume command of the Army’s Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker, Ala. Brig. Gen. Joseph M. Martin, currently the Deputy Commanding General (Maneuver) of the 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas, will assume responsibility as the Deputy Commanding General, Combined Arms Center – Training (CAC-T).
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Last Reviewed: March 5, 2014