Talent Management in the Army White Paper

In this paper, the Human Dimension Capabilities Development Task Force (HDCDTF) conducts a comparative analysis of five of the most-widely utilized talent management models found in the academic and professional literature. It then makes a number of recommendations regarding a model for the Army to use as it continues its organizational innovation in pursuit of human performance optimization.

The Army University White Paper

This white paper describes the ongoing effort to create a unified university system for the Army. It outlines the rationale for this effort and makes a compelling case for why it must begin now. This paper also describes how this effort is both a symbolic and substantive change to the Army’s approach to education. Substantively, the Army University will enable more rigorous accreditation of existing education programs and encourage more internal collaboration among Army research institutions.

The Army Vision - Strategic Advantage in a Complex World

The Army of 2025 and beyond will effectively employ lethal and non-lethal overmatch against any adversary to prevent, shape, and win conflicts and achieve national interests. It will leverage cross-cultural and regional experts to operate among populations, promote regional security, and be interoperable with the other military services, United States government agencies and allied and partner nations.

The Army Warrant Officer 2025 Strategy

The Army Warrant Officer 2025 (WO2025) Strategy identifies the ends, ways, and means to ensure US Army Warrant Officers are technologically agile, adaptive, and innovative leaders - Trusted Professionals - who will maintain capability overmatch and effectively manage logistical demands to “Win in a Complex World.” This strategy was developed and is synchronized with the Army Operating Concept, Force 2025 and Beyond, Human Dimension Strategy, and the Army Leader Development Strategy.

The Battle for Manila

The following points are stressed in this report: weapons by the Japanese, obstacles encountered, the integration of weapons and obstacles in defensive organization, and tactics employed in small unit engagements by both Allied and Japanese troops. In order to make the report as comprehensive and as clear as possible, additional subjects, as listed in the index, have been included. Illustrations, sketches and pictures are in the numbered annexes.

The Human Dimension White Paper

This white paper operationalizes the Army human dimension concepts described in the Army Operating Concept (TRADOC Pam 525-3-1) and the Human Dimension Concept (TRADOC Pam 525-3-7), and is a component of the Force 2025 and Beyond planning process. The Chief of Staff of the Army has directed the Army to become “the nation’s leader in human performance optimization.” This paper outlines a way ahead to achieve this vision.

The U.S. Army Operating Concept - Win in a Complex World

The Army Operating Concept (AOC) describes how future Army forces will prevent conflict, shape security environments, and win wars while operating as part of our Joint Force and working with multiple partners. The AOC guides future force development by identifying first order capabilities that the Army needs to support U.S. policy objectives. It provides the intellectual foundation and framework for learning and for applying what we learn to future force development under Force 2025 and Beyond.

USARCENT Intermediate Division Headquarters (IDHQ) Operation Spartan Shield 29th Infantry Division Observations Report

This report delivers observations made during the 29th Infantry Division's deployment to the U.S. Army Central area of responsibility to serve as the Intermediate Division Headquarters (IDHQ) from the period December 2017 to July 2018. It highlights lessons and best practices used during this mission that can assist follow-on IDHQs in preparing for their deployment and allow more rapid integration into the ARCENT mission command structure once in theater.

USMA COVID-19 Response AAR

Like many other civilian academic institutions and military training centers, the U.S. Military Academy (USMA), located in West Point, New York, was impacted by the coronavirus pandemic which also affected the entire world in the spring of 2020. The USMA staff quickly initiated planning to develop a response to COVID-19. Planning resulted in a campaign plan that focused on four major key tasks: return and reception of the graduating class of 2020, the graduation of the class of 2020, subsequent cadet summer training, and activities surrounding the reception of the new Plebe class in


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