United States Army Training Center
Definition/Scope: (AR 612-201) Training centers designed to train personnel in the art of warfare such as army values, uniformity standards, policies, weapons, unarmed self defense, offensive and defensive operations to name a couple of requirments. It is at the training center that most people get their first look at the military and the training personnel go to great lengths to ensure that the training is not only realistic but that the soldier is able to complete the training. Some of the training centers are Forts Benning, Bliss, Eustis, Gordon, Huachuca, Jackson, Knox, Lee, Leonard Wood, Redstone Arsenal, Rucker, and Sill. There are other training centers such as Carlisle Barracks, Fort Leavenworth and Aberdeen Proving Ground that are for specialized traing such as for officers only.
Used For:Army Training Center
Broader Terms:104th Division (Institutional Training)
Narrower Terms:Advanced Individual Training
Related Terms:Fort Jackson