Combined Arms Center - Training (CAC-T)

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An Armor Magazine article explains how to create tough, realistic training. The article provides insights into using Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations to create challenging training events. It's written by Maj. Gen. Joseph Martin, Col. David Cannon and Lt. Col. Christopher Hartline. Click on the photo to link to the article....Read More
The current CAC-T newsletter explains a training capability - Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) - that will save Soldiers' lives and improve readiness within formations. TC3 combines live and virtual capabilities to create tough, realistic training that better prepares Soldiers to treat the wounded. Click on the photo to read this article and others in the January newsletter....Read More
The MILES Casualty Display Device brings more realism to Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) training. It’s one innovation that the Army is looking at as a way to make training more realistic and save Soldiers’ lives. Click on the slide to read an Army News Service article about TC3 training. ...Read More
Combined Arms Center – Training conducted Verification, Validation and Accreditation testing for the SHARP Command Team Trainer application at the SHARP Academy Wednesday, Jan. 20. This regulatory testing is required for all software before a simulation can be released for training. Once Maj. Gen. Mark J. O’Neil, deputy commanding general of Combined Arms Center – Training, reviews and signs the accreditation packet, the SHARP Command Team trainer application will be released on the MilGaming website at https://milgaming.army.mil/. ...Read More
Now the new Army Training Network newsletter is available on the ATN site under the What's Hot section. The newsletter features articles about integrating and synchronizing fires in support of maneuver operations, and developing cross-culture competencies at the platoon level. Click on the photo to go to the ATN site....Read More

During a recent warfighter exercise, Mission Command Training Program’s Staff Sgt. Evelin Davis (middle) and Master Sgt. Eric Mainu (right) coach 1st Lt. Kymdall Burgfeld, the 101st Airborne Division’s head of operational contract support. Click on the photo to read an Army Stand To about MCTP’s training and leader development efforts.

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Mission Statement

Develops training requirements, fields training systems, delivers leader training and sustains training capabilities to support Army institutional and operational training of Soldiers, leaders, and units to successfully execute Unified Land Operations in complex, ambiguous environments.

How CAC-T Supports the Army

  • Develop and sustain the Integrated Training Environment and evolve towards a Synthetic Training Environment.
  • Manage the Combat Training Center Program.
  • Identify requirements for and manage more than 900,000 Army training aids, devices, simulators and simulations.
  • Manage Integrated Training Area Management, Sustainable Range and Standards in Training Commission programs.
  • Manage the Army Training Support System Enterprise.
  • Manage requirements for Army distributed learning and mobile applications.
  • Train leaders and provide Commanders the opportunity to train on Mission Command through the Mission Command Training Program.
  • Manage the Army Training Network, Army Training Management System, Digital Training Management System and Combined Arms Training Strategies to provide units and leaders with training resources.
  • Standardize Mission Essential Task Lists to help brigade units and higher conduct realistic training.
  • Integrate the Army’s Science and Technology efforts for Training and Education.
  • Integrate training and education in the Agile Process and the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System.
  • Provide Army and joint air-ground operations education, training, and command and control systems integration.
  • Write FM 7-0, ADP 7-0 and ADRP 7-0, the Army’s key documents for unit training.
  • Enhance learning in the Centers of Excellence by providing classrooms with wireless capabilities.
  • Provide an enterprise Army Training Information System that optimizes leaders’ and civilians’ ability to plan, prepare, execute, and assess training, education and leader development.
  • Lead the Evolution of Training forum with designated Centers of Excellence to expand transparency, collaborate on and synchronize development of the Army’s future training capabilities.