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U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
(TRADOC)
Leveraging DoD Technologies to
Train and Educate the Force at
the Point of Need
COL Charles Harris
TRADOC G-6
(757)501-6551 DSN 501
[email protected]
11 JUL 12
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TechNet 2012 Land Forces - South
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
(TRADOC)
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Mission
Training and Doctrine Command develops, educates and trains
Soldiers, civilians, and leaders; supports unit training; and designs,
builds and integrates a versatile mix of capabilities, formations,
and equipment to strengthen the U.S. Army as America’s Force of
Decisive Action.
Scope and Scale
TRADOC has 25,000 Soldiers and 11,000 civilians across 32 schools
training over 500,000 Soldiers a year.
Vision
Leading the Army’s transition into the future by shaping the Army
of 2020, developing adaptive leaders and organizations,
modernizing equipment, and revolutionizing training to
strengthen the Nation’s adaptive land force for decisive action.
“Victory Starts Here!!!”
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Training the Army of 2020
"If we do not make home station training
exciting and relevant, we will pay a price in
young leaders exiting the Army because they
will not get it or understand the relevance of
it."
GEN Robert W. Cone
TRADOC Commanding General
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Revolution in Army Learning
Relevant and Challenging Context
- Developed &
Delivered by the
Army’s Best
- OE / Regional
Alignment…
- Adaptability… Critical Thinking …
Complex Environments
- Assessments, Evaluations
Learning at the Point of Need
- Information When and Where
Needed
- Single Portal to
Digital
Learning
Resources
- Performance Support Aids
Career Long Learning
Extension of the School House
-Tech Enabled Learning
- Virtual Training Environments
- Mobile Learning and Distributed
Learning Modules
- Self-Structured Learning
- Flexible & Adaptable to
ARFORGEN
- Regional Learning Centers
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Learner-Centric 2015 Learning Environment
Blended Learning
Single Portal to Digital
Learning Resources (Virtual
Technology-Based Delivery
with Facilitator in the Loop
Context-based,
facilitated, problem
solving team exercises
Warrior University)
Regional Learning Centers
Performance Support Aids
(Satellite schools at unit locations)
(Mobile Digital Devices-The Game Changer!)
Mobile Learning,
dL Modules
Peer-Based Learning
(Digital Social Networks)
Adaptive Learning,
Intelligent Tutors
Soldier Created Content
(Wikis, Blogs, Apps, etc.)
Virtual Training
Environments
(e.g JTCOIC-Training Brain)
Assessments,
Evaluations
(Rigor & Relevance)
Self-Structured
Learning
Track Progress
(Army Career Tracker)
Enables Career-Long Learning -- Supports a Learning Army
Major Efforts
• Army Learning Model 2015
• Doctrine 2015
• Mobile Computing Integrated Project Team (IPT)
• Distributed Learning IPT
• Training Brain Operations Center (TBOC)
• Setting the Conditions
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Leveraging learning products, enablers…to enhance Soldier & Leader individual
learning and preparation for collective training
Resident Training - 21st Century Soldier/Leader Competencies
Functional Training - Training Support Packages and MTTs
Sustainment Training - Training Support Packages
Access to Learning
Content & Products
Reach-back to
Subject Matter Experts
Soldier / Leader Performance Support Aids (e.g., Army Training Network)
Exercise Support - Training Support Packages and SMEs
Operationalizing Learning at the Point of Need
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Key ALM Initiatives
 Comprehensive Course Review / ALM Revisions
 Functional Training Review
 21st Century Soldier Competency Panels
 Army Learning Coordination Council
 Course Resource Model
 Mobile Computing Requirements
Focus Areas
RESOURCES
THE WORKFORCE
Resourcing Models,
Policy, Tools
Instructor / Content
Developer Skills Sets
ASSESSMENT
Value of
Implementing and
Best Practices
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NETWORK ACCESS
& TECHNOLOGY
Point of Need and
Reach back
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Doctrine 2015
Army Doctrine
Publications (ADP)
[15 ADPs]
ADP 1-02
Operational
Terms and
Military
Symbols
ADP 2-0
Intelligence
ADP 3-0
Unified Land
Operations
ADP 3-05
Special
Operations
ADP 3-07
Stability
ADP 3-09
Fires
ADP 3-28
Defense
Support of
Civil
Authorities
ADP 3-37
Protection
ADP 3-90
Offense and
Defense
ADP 4-0
Sustainment
ADP 5-0
The
Operations
Process
ADP 6-0
Mission
Command
ADP 6-22
Army
Leadership
ADP 7-0
Training Units
and
Developing
Leaders
Fundamental
principles
Army Doctrine Reference
Publications (ADRP)
[1 per ADP]
Detailed information on
fundamentals
Field Manuals (FM)
[50 FMs]
ADRP 1-02
Operational
Terms and
Military
Symbols
ADRP 2-0
Intelligence
ADRP 3-0
Unified Land
Operations
ADRP 3-05
Special
Operations
ADRP 3-07
Stability
ADRP 3-09
Fires
ADRP 3-28
Defense
Support of
Civil
Authorities
ADRP 3-37
Protection
ADRP 3-90
Offense and
Defense
ADRP 4-0
Sustainment
ADRP 5-0
The
Operations
Process
ADRP 6-0
Mission
Command
ADRP 6-22
Army
Leadership
ADRP 7-0
Training Units
and
Developing
Leaders
Field
Manual
Field
Manual
Field
Manual
Field
Manual
Field
Manual
Techniques
Techniques
Field
Manual
Tactics and Procedures
Army Techniques Pubs (ATP)
Authenticated version on APD
Input through wiki version
Techniques
Techniques
Techniques
Techniques
Applications
(Interactive Media,
Podcasts, Mobile APPs)
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Mobile Computing IPT
 Deliver a holistic mobile capabilities strategy to the TRADOC Commander
 Collaboration – HQDA CIO/G-6 and G-8, TRADOC Centers of Excellence (SIGCOE,
MSCOE, MCOE), Combined Arms Center (CAC) Connecting Soldiers to Digital
Apps (CSDA), Army War College, U.S. Military Academy, TRADOC CKO, ARCIC etc.
 Validating requirements for mobile devices, apps, and content environment
 Policy impacts (DoD, Army, TRADOC) – security, acquisition, CAC/PKI, risk etc.
 Demand for “Controlled but Publicly Releasable Content” environment
 Technology approaches (bring-your-own device, private cloud, CAC readers,
mobile device management, mobile application management, etc.)
 Information exchange forums - Air Training Command, Naval War College,
Defense Language Institute, Homeland Defense, Industry Workshops, etc.
Distributed Learning IPT
• Discoverability: Improving the user
experience by ensuring content can be
located with movement through the
courseware as intuitive as possible.
• Accessibility: Improving course registration
and launching of content.
• Playability: Improving content design and
development so courseware plays without
interruptions, so the student can execute
training and testing.
• Trackability: Ensuring soldiers get credit for
course/content completions.
• Rethinking courseware preproduction,
delivery (Coalition, deployed), lifecycle mgt
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Training Brain Operations Center
Exercise Support
Modeling & Simulations
Attack the Network
ISR Topoff
Data Transformation
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Support to 1/101 ABCT
Key
Leader
Engagements
BAT/BIAR
Integration
Support to Mission
Command
Targeting
Packages
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Insider
Threat
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Setting the Conditions
• Engaging Joint, Industry and Academia partners
• Ongoing Mobile Pilot Efforts
• Exploring Content Approaches (AKO, APAN, .edu, etc.)
• Assessing Virtual User Environment Capabilities
• Employing Everything Over IP (EOIP) Capabilities
• Active participation in efficiency efforts:
 Data Center Consolidation
 Enterprise Email Migration
 Army Baseline IT Services (ABITS)
 Enterprise Collaborative Services
 IT Management Reform
• Maintaining Balance and Suppressing Appetites!!!
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COL Charles Harris
TRADOC G-6
(757)501-6551 DSN 501
[email protected]
www.tradoc.army.mil
“Victory Starts Here!!!”

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