FORT SILL, Okla. (April 9, 2015) — The Army does not accept the saying, “those who can’t– teach.” Instead, they expect those who teach to perform.
WASHINGTON (April 6, 2015) — Army training will likely always involve Soldiers going to the field and firing their weapons. But in the near future, it will also involve a lot more training in “synthetic” environments to make time in the field more productive and meaningful.
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (April 1, 2015) — “The enemy can adapt more readily than we can,” and a reason they can do so is “they’re native to ambiguous environments,” said Lt. Gen. Bob Brown, commander of the Combined Arms Center.
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (April 2, 2015) — In making assignment selections, the Army is looking for a broadening of experiences. “We want to put you outside your comfort zone,” said Gen. David G. Perkins.
Maj. Gen. Mike Lundy, Army aviation branch chief and commander of the Army Aviation Center of Excellence, emphasizes his priorities to industry members and acquisition community leaders at the 2015 Army Aviation Association of America Summit March 30 in Nashville.
Maj. Gen. Scott Miller, commanding general, Maneuver Center of Excellence, presents, “Understanding Future Maneuver and Implications for Force Modernization” during the 2015 AUSA Global Force Symposium.