Lessons Learned

17-17: DATE at the JMRC, Volume IV Newsletter

The DATE at the JMRC Newsletter Vol IV contains articles written by Observer/Controller Trainers from the Joint Multinational Readiness Center. This newsletter covers topics such as:

  - Multinational Interoperability
 &nbsp- Joint and multinational Fires
 &nbsp- Fratricide Avoidance
 &nbsp- Mission Command
 &nbsp- Camouflage
 &nbsp- Reconnaissance using multinational Task Force

17-18: DATE at the JRTC, Vol. XV Newsletter

17-18: DATE at the JRTC, Vol. XV Newsletter (CAC login required)

This volume features more than 20 articles from the subject matter experts and observer coach/trainers (OC/Ts) at the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC), organized by warfighting function. From field artillery battery observations and rifle company trends to reception, staging, onward movement and integration (RSOI) and command post observations and challenges, there is something in this newsletter for everyone.

18-20: U.S. Army Ordnance Crucible Ammunition Transfer Holding Point Observations

This bulletin provides the Army’s operating force with recommendations gained based on a deliberate collection of tactical and technical observations during the 2017 Ammunition Transfer and Holding Point (ATHP) Team of the Year competition as part of the U.S. Army Ordnance Crucible.

20-01 - Corps and Division Planner’s Guide to Reconstitution Operations

This handbook serves as an aid to corps- and division-level staffs as they plan and prepare to conduct reconstitution operations. It provides insights into challenges the staff will face when planning reconstitution operations, outlines responsibilities of key individuals throughout the process, and finally provides planning considerations to facilitate an all-encompassing reconstitution plan.

20-02 - U.S. Army South Transition to a Multinational Force Headquarters (PANAMAX 18)

Operation FUTURO NOBLE (PANAMAX 2018) is a U.S. Southern Command-sponsored, combatant commander exercise. The exercise scenario focused on a multinational response under a United Nations Security Council resolution to counter security threats to the Panama Canal and surrounding region. This book also addresses the transition of U.S. Army South to a combined joint task force headquarters named Multinational Force South.

20-06: How to Master Wargaming

This handbook focuses on three items: First, how to improve and develop the cognitive skill of visualizing, a key component to COA analysis (wargaming); second, improving the methods and conduct of action, reaction, and counteraction adjudication of COA analysis with off-the-shelf wargames; and third, thoughts on training the staff. COA analysis is similar to any collective skill, and is perishable if not continually trained and rehearsed.

20-09 - Army Combat Fitness Test (Version 2)

The Army Combat Fitness Test is the means to validate a Soldier and unit’s physical readiness training; it shows how effective this training is in preparing Soldiers for the combat tasks they have to perform. This publication supplements the Army’s physical testing doctrine for the initial operation capability period, Fiscal Year 20, 01 October 2019 to 30 September 2020. The principal audience is leaders at all organizational levels.


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