WASHINGTON (Army News Service, July 7, 2015) — “How do we ensure Army values-based conduct to prevent and respond to harm inflicted through the use of electronic communication?”
WASHINGTON (Army News Service, July 2, 2015) — New policy for the noncommissioned officer evaluation report, or NCOER, due out in January, includes a limit on how many “most qualified” ratings can be handed out by a Soldier’s senior rater.
Acquisition is all about requirements, and it’s the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command that is responsible for them–peering into the future through the lens of present-day circumstances to decide in what direction, and with which capabilities, the Army needs to go in order to continue being the best-equipped and best-trained force the world has ever known.
Expert knowledge is a pillar of our military profession, and the ability to think clearly about war is fundamental to developing expert knowledge across a career of service. Junior leaders must understand war to explain to their Soldiers how their unit’s actions contribute to the accomplishment of campaign objectives. Senior officers draw on their understanding of war to provide the best military advice to civilian leaders.
FORT EUSTIS, VIRGINIA — The Army command that transforms nearly 144,000 civilian volunteers into Soldiers and officers annually welcomed a new commanding general Thursday, July 2, 2015.
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. (July 1, 2015) – While boats don’t normally (if ever) come to mind when one thinks of Army systems, the new XM30 Bridge Erection Boat, or BEB, is certain to turn more than a few heads in and outside the Engineer Regiment. To be sure, these force projection-enabling vessels did here last week.