“People don’t care what you know until they know that you care,” was just one of the insights on leadership given by Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, commander of the Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, to more than 80 students and faculty members at the Atchison, Kan., campus of Benedictine College Oct. 27 during a discussion of his top 10 leadership thoughts.
FORT RUCKER, Ala. (October 30, 2014) — Army Aviation plays a key role in semi-annual evaluations designed to integrate and mature the Army’s tactical network.
The Network Integration Evaluation, conducted at the Fort Bliss, Texas, and White Sands Missile Range Complex, New Mexico, provides a robust and realistic operational environment to evaluate network and other capabilities and to gain Soldier feedback on the value of these capabilities in an operational scenario.
WASHINGTON (Oct. 22, 2014) — Empowerment is a two-way street between subordinates and supervisors, said Gen. David Perkins, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, during the Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C.
Perkins was the keynote speaker for the AUSA Civilian Professional Development Seminar, held Oct. 15. His address was followed by two hour-long civilian panel discussions. The first panel focused on improving the supervisor-employee relationship, and the second discussed professional development programs available to Army civilians.
FORT STEWART, Ga. – Gen. David Perkins, commanding general, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, traveled to Fort Stewart to serve as the keynote speaker at the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team’s Reorganization Ball, held here, Oct. 24.
ARLINGTON, Va. (Army News Service, Oct. 2, 2014) — The Army has decided to retain the Rapid Equipping Force and move it under U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, despite the drawdown and pending sequestration, said Col. Steven A. Sliwa, REF director.
The move to TRADOC will be no later than the start of fiscal year 2016.
Imagine the Army having unmanned air and ground distribution platforms, the capability to manufacture replacement parts on the battlefield, and the ability to produce water from air. Think of how current technologies can potentially advance tomorrow’s Army capabilities in order for the Army to remain the best equipped and most efficient military force in the world.