Combined Arms Center - Training (CAC-T)

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35th ID and Global Simulation Center The 35th conducted the 2015 Santa Fe Exercise with a training scenario utilizing a live simulation. The simulation was provided by the Global Simulation Capability (GSC), a section of the National Simulation Center (NSC) at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Click here to read the rest of the article by Staff Sgt. Jennifer Milnes...Read More
A National Simulation Center exhibit shows the evolution of training at the Association of the United States Army convention in Huntsville, Ala. The display traced Army training from World War II to today's virtual training. Reporters from WAAY-TV and C4ISR&Networks prepared stories about the Army using virtual technology to improve training.
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A National Simulation Center exhibit shows the evolution of training at the Association of the United States Army convention in Huntsville, Ala. The display traced Army training from World War II to today's virtual training. Reporters from WAAY-TV, C4ISR&Networks and the Army News Service prepared stories about the Army using virtual technology to improve training. Click here to read stories from WAAY-TV, C4ISR & Networks and the Army News Service.

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The Army Training Network (ATN) recently restructured the Army Training Newsletter into a quarterly format to provide the Army with a more focused delivery. The first edition of Army Training Quarterly is at: https://atn.army.mil/media/dat/atq/. It has a new feature - Ask-A-Trainer - to highlight frequently asked questions. The newsletter wants to hear from the force. It welcomes articles about training management challenges, successes and innovations....Read More
Combined Arms Center Commanding General Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown (left) presents an Assumption of Responsibility certificate to Brig. Gen. Mark J. O’Neil, the new deputy commanding general of the Combined Arms Center - Training. Brown hosted the ceremony at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., on March 27. Brown welcomed O’Neil to the CAC team, saying O’Neil is a “first-round draft choice and we’re lucky to have him.” O’Neil said it was an honor to be the CAC-T deputy commanding general. CAC-T manages training support, training development and Combat Training Center programs to help the Army prepare versatile units and develop innovative leaders....Read More
Staff Sgt. David Ennis of the Mission Command Training Program works on an exercise scenario as part of the Mission Command Digital Master Gunner Course at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Click here to learn more about now an MCTP assignment can help a noncommissioned officer's career....Read More
Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown (left) welcomes Army leaders and guests to the Combat Training Center Commander’s Conference at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Lt. Gen. Brown is the commanding general of the Combined Arms Center and hosted the conference. During the conference, Army leaders discussed Force 2025 and Beyond and Army Reserve integration at the CTCs. Brig. Gen. Joseph M. Martin (middle) attended the conference as his last official duty as the deputy commanding general of the Combined Arms Center – Training. He is leaving to become the commanding general of the National Training Center and Fort Irwin, Calif. Later this month, Brig. Gen. Mark J. O’Neil (right) will replace Brig. Gen. Martin as CAC-T’s leader. ...Read More

Mission Statement

Based at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, the Combined Arms Center-Training (CAC-T) is a subordinate organization of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). CAC-T's mission is to manage the Army's Training Support System Enterprise, the Training Development Enterprise and the Combat Training Center Program to enable commanders and commandants to train and educate versatile units and develop agile and adaptive leaders to execute Mission Command in order to conduct Unified Land Operations.

How CAC-T Supports the Army

  • Manage the Combat Training Center Program.
  • Develop & sustain the Integrated Training Environment.
  • Identify requirements for and manage over 900,000 Army training aids, devices, simulators and simulations.
  • Manage Integrated Training Area Management (6 million acres), Sustainable Range and Standards in Training Commission programs.
  • Manage the Army Training Support System Enterprise.
  • Manage, develop and sustain Army Training and Education Development policy, requirements, processes, products, concepts, plans and systems.
  • Proponent for Army Training Management: Manages, develops and sustains training management doctrine, processes, products and systems.
  • Manage requirements for Army Distributed Learning and the Army Training Information System —the Training Information Infrastructure.
  • Integrate the Army's Science and Technology efforts for Training and Education.
  • Provide leader development by supporting the training of Brigades, Divisions, Corps, and ASCCs through Warfighter and Mission Readiness Exercises through Mission Command Training Program.
  • Integrate training and education in the Agile process and Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System.
  • Provide Army and Joint air-ground operations education, training, and command and control systems integration.
  • Provide training and education facilities and staff and faculty training.
  • Develop training and education video and graphic products.