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Company Command: The Bottom Line - Army Leadership Guide

Apply the framework and strategy for the COE Actors and Role-Players Handbook

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Class / briefing that chapter provides an overview of the contemporary operating environment (COE) and the baseline doctrine for the contemporary opposing force (OPFOR) to be used in U.S. Army training. In today’s complicated and uncertain world, it is impossible to predict the exact nature of future conflict that might involve the U.S. Army.  Therefore, the Army must be ready to meet the challenges of any type of conflict, in various locations, and against all kinds of threats.  This is the nature of COE, and training for such an environment requires a different type of OPFOR than in the past.


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