When the U.S. Army Central commanding general, Lt. Gen. Michael Garrett, recently published his “Enduring Priorities,” his first priority was “readiness,” mirroring the number one priority of the Army Chief of Staff.
Williamsburg, VA (June 21-22) – U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command leadership participated in a round of discussions with policymakers, senior industry executives and scholars during the 34th annual Virginia Colonial Chapter of the Association of the United States Army Professional Forum at the College of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business, June 21-22.
WASHINGTON (Army News Service) — Inaction can and does lead to risk when it comes to the ever-increasing challenge posed by “gray zone” competition and conflict, according to Prof. Nate Freier, a professor at the Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institute.
WASHINGTON — When Lt. Gen. Robert T. Dail retired seven years ago, he was one of the most senior military logisticians in the Department of Defense. In his last assignment, he served as the director of the Defense Logistics Agency, where his team provided 95 percent of the materiel used in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Commanding General, Gen. David G. Perkins recently discussed the topic of Ready Land Forces to Win in a Complex World during the 34th annual Virginia Colonial Chapter of Association of the United States Army’s Professional Forum at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, June 21-22.
WASHINGTON — The Army has significantly increased its emphasis on training for combined arms maneuver and wide area security operations in contemporary and future operational environments.