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CAC-T to host first Army Integrated Training Environment Summit

 

5May 2010 – Training leaders from across the Army will attend the Combined Arms Center-Training’s Integrated Training Environment (ITE) Summit 24-25 May at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.

 

CAC-T LogoExpected to be available at select sites starting in 2012 and continuing through 2020, the ITE will link selected training aids, devices, simulations and simulators (TADSS); infrastructure (land, ranges, Battle Command Training Centers, etc.); Battle Command/Knowledge Management systems; and a training scenario framework to deliver training and education that approximate Army full spectrum operations across the spectrum of conflict. The ITE initial phase of development will focus on home station training for the operational Army, followed by support to schools and centers, and finally on providing access to deployed units. In support of Army training doctrine, the ITE will help leaders close training capability gaps to a much greater extent than individual, stand-alone live, virtual and constructive training environments.

 

The ITE will maximize effects gained from combat multipliers, expand the training area of operations, and reduce personnel overhead significantly while enabling realistic Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) training. It eventually will provide access to distributed, on-demand training capabilities and a persistent learning capability anywhere, anytime.

 

Advancing the ITE from a concept to reality is complex. The ITE Summit is designed to kick off the ITE campaign.  Attendees will include key Army leaders from the Department of the Army, FORSCOM, TRADOC HQ, schools and Centers of Excellence. The deliverables from the event are that the participant will: (1) better understand the ITE, (2) have provided CAC-T with the initial ITE requirements to include in the FY 14-19 POM and (3) have approved a “way ahead,” with milestones to be briefed later to the TRADOC Commander.

 

 


 

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